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Size : 66 X 42 in | 167.6 X 106.7 cm
Medium : Oil on Canvas
Style : Abstract
Created in : 2022
Sold by : Artist
Surface : Shipped Rolled unless rolling not possible
Lot No : MA336526
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Nivas Kanhere Profile
Pune, India

About Artist

Born On 1982 I was born & brought up in Kumbhej , a small village in Solapur district. There was no season to blossom my carrier , no sky to spread my wings , but in my school days seed started to germinating my deserted farm with the help of my school teacher. I was fascinated by rural background. The simple way of living in village , and this rural culture made a deep impact on my all over personality and skill its revolving. I was very close to farmers questions. Hard workers pain, sorrows of women. I have found the language of art To draw these picture Trough my canvas. To moving forward I have taken admission to Abhinav art collage pune and Sir J.J.School of art Mumbai. Further I visited to various art galleries in Mumbai and realized that which subject I was focusing & creating , it completely new for people in the cities. The art here is the only art for the art. Which can not shows the real world of ordinary people. Which never been the culture of common man. Painting is a kind of new language for me to express and depict my life experiences. Some of my painting shows musical forms. I don’t mean music as its typical sense but I always feel music in my natural surroundings, Through buffaloes, bulls, and horses, which are the subjects of my paintings, I can express my feelings about music. The language of art is the global device which contains a enormous ability to conduct a meaning of subject Most period of my life I have spent in the rural area of karmala. Its rural culture, occupation and daily life, I admire in every effect on my life…it created a relation between me and the culture. One thing that I always observed was the ‘DUDHAWALA’, the milkman. They are many. Their daily routine…I have been seeing from my childhood. Whenever I see a kettle, I think about their journey. I feel inspired by them. I have been focusing on the kettle for a long time and in my work it has transformed from an eye catching abstract forminto a beautiful kettle. It’s very difficult to express how this has been… All I’d say is its been a wonderful journey all this way… The compose of the form, the color scheme, the use of transparency and the opaque color technique and many more were a few thing I have enjoyed over time. When the painting was ready… I found my mind at ease calm and bare for the next visual ballet.

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* The way this artwork took shape, slowly and gradually, made me take an insight into it. Everything was quiet and calm then, all my thoughts in sync, when I felt a sense of belongingness, a magical connection with the surroundings. An aspiration,