Srinivasa Chari’s bold and beautiful paintings reveal his penchant for creating nicety with the classic medium, egg tempera. Undoubtedly he is one of the very few artists who still works in the classic medium and continues the legacy. Working and reworking on his personalized imagery he explicates his own imagined anecdotes. The paintings disclose his jubilation in treating the euphoric spaces.
Chari delves into the material aspects of painting, where he experiments with layers of tinted hues employing a painstaking schema in order to attain various textures that amalgamate pictorial grammar and subject matter. The subdued tonalities share the negative and positive spaces, creating a soothing composition. Apparently, the mildly tinted pigments which are deliberately used to capture the impasto effect enhance the cognizable corporeal bodies exemplifying liberty. The artist intends to play with the morose innocence while portraying figures that are emotionally involved. They often seem to be alienated from life wandering into a solitary ambience, demonstrating his uneasiness with the time and space as the deserted corporeal bodies submerge with multilayered backgrounds.