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Size : 33 X 24 in | 83.8 X 61 cm
Medium : Oil on Canvas
Style : Expressionism
Created in : 2018
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Lot No : MA258568
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Hyderabad, India
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Short Bio I was born at ELURU, A.P. In INDIA (SOUTH). Since the age of five I am closely integrated with the art. Being born to a renowned artist right from my childhood, I had an urge towards art and photography. I used to observe my father while he was painting and when he finished his work, I used to clean his brushes. Often I used to paint with the same brushes. I followed my passion for art and studied photography in the school. Subsequently, I was employed in IDPL Rishikesh, Uttaranchal as an Artist & Photographer. To fulfill my creative urge, I did several experiments for more than a decade on photo chemicals on bromide, and painting on used X ray film after treating them with photo chemicals. Living close to Himalaya Mountains, I was inspired by the splendors of nature and did several paintings on canvas. Positions held: President, Andhra academy of Arts, Vijayawada 1999 – Present Heading the art academy (recognized by L.K.A. New Delhi) that is dedicated towards promoting art and artists by organizing annual exhibitions, seminars, artist camps and workshops Qualification: ⦁ Diploma in Photography Govt.College of Fine Arts & Arch. J.N.T.U Hyderabad ⦁ Certificate course in Color Photo Technology, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun One –man shows: Conducted various painting and photo-painting exhibitions in prominent art galleries across the country. The exhibitions received critical applause from the press & T.V as well as enthusiastic response from the art lovers. Some important shows include: ⦁ State Gallery of Art,Hyderabad-2016 ⦁ Muse Art Gallery, Marriott Hotel, Hyderabad - 2014 ⦁ State Gallery of Arts, Hyderabad - 2011 ⦁ Andhra Academy Of Arts, Vijayawada - 2010 ⦁ Siddhartha College, Vijayawada – 2007 ⦁ Indraprasth Art Gallery,Delhi-2005 ⦁ Bajaj Art Gallery, Mumbai - 2003, 1993 ⦁ Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai - 1999 ⦁ Lalit Kala Academy, N.Delhi - 1999, 1995, 1991 ⦁ Jahanhgir Art Gallery, Mumbai - 1997, 1992 ⦁ Triveni Gallery, New Delhi - 1993 ⦁ India international Center, Lodi Road, N.Delhi. - 1992 ⦁ Academy of Fine Arts, Calcutta - 1992 ⦁ Lalit Kala academy, Regional Center, Madras – 1991, 1990 ⦁ Kirti Art gallery FORE, B-18, Qutub Institutional area, N.Delhi - 1991 ⦁ Lalit kala Academy, Lucknow - 1989 ⦁ Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi. - 1978 ⦁ Andhra Academy of Arts, Vijayawada - 1974 ⦁ Raj Bhawan, Hyderabad – 1968 Collections: ⦁ South Zone Cultural Center- Madras ⦁ IDPL-Rishikesh ⦁ Mr.J.R.D.Tata- Bombay ⦁ Austrian Embassy- New Delhi ⦁ Bayer India Ltd.- Mumbai ⦁ Blue Star Ltd.- Mumbai ⦁ Wesleyan University, Middle Town –CT ⦁ National Lalit Kala Academy- New Delhi ⦁ Andhra Academy of Arts, Vijayawada ⦁ State Gallery of Hyderabad ⦁ Several private art galleries and collectors in Delhi & Madras Publications: The works and profile appear in – ⦁ Artists Directory 1981 published by Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi ⦁ Asia’s Who’s Who of Men & Women of Achievement & Distinction. ⦁ Livre d Orders Collectionneurs et Amateurs d’Art, Paris. ⦁ Biography international ⦁ Table & Wall Calendars of IDPL 1995 ⦁ Directory of Artists of Andhra Pradesh, published by Govt. Of A.P. 2002 Participations: ⦁ Artist camp organized by State Gallery of Arts, Hyderabad - 2016 ⦁ Artist camp organized by Department of Art & Culture, Govt. Of AP, Rajahmundry - 2014 ⦁ International Art Exhibition, Indian Artist Network, Jakarta, Singapore, Dubai – 2007 ⦁ National Kala Mela, LKA, New Delhi - 1994, 1986, 1978 ⦁ Indian Biennially of Photography Exhibition, LKA New Delhi - 1993 ⦁ Artist camps, Andhra Academy of Arts, Vijayawada – 1996, 1994, 1991, 1987

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VALLEY OF FLOWERS-3 In this work Joyful,cheerful fields of wild flowers in vibrant colorful,happy flowers,painted in abstract manner in impasto technique,with bold.explosive,pallet knife strokes that create almost sculptural textures of oil paint,which i love so much.This pallet knife oil painting is apart of my on going series on floral work. Nestled in between the Zanskar range and the Great Himalayan range, the Valley of Flowers is one of the best-known national parks in India. It lies under snow for most of the year, with the ground frozen and hard. But when summer comes, for a very short time each year, the entire valley springs to life. Botanists and nature lovers from around the world visit during this time to see some rare flowers blooming. The park is also home to a few endangered species, like the musk deer, the snow leopard, and the black bear. Valley of Flowers trek The Valley of Flowers is as close to heaven as you can get in this lifetime. It's not just the flowers; you'll see streams trickling down from the slopes all around, creating small waterfalls all around. There's a fine mist in the air, and you'll be walking along cobbled paths that lead you through lush greenery. In the distance, you can see snow-capped peaks. Most itineraries to the Valley of Flowers also include a visit to the Hemkund Sahib Gurudwara.