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Ratna Bose

Kolkata, India 9 Followers

About Artist

The exploration of nature in art can take endless forms, because nature provides us with such a vast wealth of inspiring phenomena. Artwork based on nature can take many forms and serve many purposes. There are many d...

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The exploration of nature in art can take endless forms, because nature provides us with such a vast wealth of inspiring phenomena. Artwork based on nature can take many forms and serve many purposes. There are many different ways to approach the subject of nature in art. Art can open our eyes to the intricacy and beauty of the natural world.

Ratna Bose in the present series of her work creates a relation among human beings, animals with the nature. She has used contemporary technique and has presented human faces and owls which express their existence in nature with technical excellence. The courageous experimentation and the massiveness is the main attraction of her work.

Ratna Bose's artwork is notable for its varied and subtle use of color to depict atmosphere and draw the eye to small details and patterns which could otherwise have gone unnoticed. Rounded or sharply straight lines, used economically form the backbone of most of her sketches, and are brought to life with the use of vivid coloration and light and shadow.


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  • About Artist

    The exploration of nature in art can take endless forms, because nature provides us with such a vast wealth of inspiring phenomena. Artwork based on nature can take many forms and serve many purposes. There are many different ways to approach the subject of nature in art. Art can open our eyes to the intricacy and beauty of the natural world.

    Ratna Bose in the present series of her work creates a relation among human beings, animals with the nature. She has used contemporary technique and has presented human faces and owls which express their existence in nature with technical excellence. The courageous experimentation and the massiveness is the main attraction of her work.

    Ratna Bose's artwork is notable for its varied and subtle use of color to depict atmosphere and draw the eye to small details and patterns which could otherwise have gone unnoticed. Rounded or sharply straight lines, used economically form the backbone of most of her sketches, and are brought to life with the use of vivid coloration and light and shadow.


  • Academics

    • M.V.A (2001), Govt. College of Art & Craft
    • B.V.A (1998), Govt. College of Art & Craft


  • Exhibitions

    • Small Paintings – A Group Exhibition in Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi on May 2015
    • International Art Festival 2015 organized by Jyoti Basu Birth Centenary Celebration Committee in Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata
    • Miniature 101, Painting Festival 2015 organised by Colours Land Art Academy, March 2015 in ICCR, Kolkata
    • Online Painting Exhibition as Featured Artist - organised by Indian Art Collectors from 1st to 15th October, 2014
    • Colours 2014 – Painting exhibition organised by Art Hub in Gallery Gold
    • Miniature 101, Painting Festival 2014 organised by Colours Land Art Academy, March 2014 in State Art Gallery, Hyderabad
    • Miniature 101, Painting Festival 2014 organised by Colours Land Art Academy, January 2014 in Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata
    • Jugalbandi, Group Show in Academy of Fine Arts, April 2013
    • 12th Annual Exhibition of Rarh Bangla Art Society, 2013
    • 77th Annual Exhibition, Academy of Fine Arts, 2012 - 2013
    • Group Show organised by SREEJAN in Gallery GOLD, December 2012
    • Group Show organised by CHOBIWALA in Chemould Art Gallery, December 2012
    • Group Show named “Euphoria” organised by CHOBIWALA in Academy of Fine Arts, July 2012.
    • Charukala Utsav 2012, Rajya Charukala Parshad, Govt. of West Bengal
    • Solo Exhibition, Chemould Art Gallery, 2010
    • Solo Exhibition, Academy of Fine Arts, 2010
    • Annual Exhibition, Rajya Charukala Parshad, Govt. of West Bengal, 2010
    • Annual Exhibition, Birla Academy, 2008
    • Group Show, Graphics, Academy of Fine Arts, 2005
    • Annual Exhibition, Birla Academy, 2001 - 2006
    • Annual Exhibition, Calcutta Information Centre, 1999 - 2002
    • Group Show, Graphics, Academy of Fine Arts, 2001
    • Annual Exhibition, Academy of Fine Arts, 1998 - 1999
    • Annual Exhibition, Govt. College of Art & Craft, 1994 – 2000


  • Award & Recognition

    • Certificate of Excellence 2014 in Miniature Painting Festival 2014 organised by Colours Land Art Academy
    • Certificate of Merit on Graphics Printmaking, 2010, Rajya Charukala Parshad, Department of Information & Culture, Govt. of West Bengal
    • Certificate of Merit on Graphics Printmaking, 2000
    • Bimal Das Scholarship on Watercolor,1994


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