Nov. 18, 2011
-- IndianArtCollectors.com, a common platform for Indian contemporary artists and collectors, is hosting an online art exhibition, putting at a virtual display, the artworks of Mukesh Salvi— an artist whose love for highlighting elementary feelings of human beings come forward with the vibrant use of colours.
Sharing the concept of his artworks at display, Mukesh says, “I have spent my formative years in the streets of the beautiful city of Jaipur, grown up wandering aimlessly on the bicycle and wondering deep about life and its little ways. I have spent hours in the playgrounds, playing games and often got lost in my own world of fantasy. I clearly remember my days at home, at school, and all this takes me down memory lane. Drawing inspiration from the feeling of nostalgia, I have created this new series of canvases— 'My Feelings'. The series depict elementary feelings of human beings, which is a mixed bag of both happy and sad.”
Mukesh Salvi's choice of palette is something worth looking our for. In most of his works, bold strokes of vivid colours is evident. Patterns in a hazy background with humans resembling puppets, make an appearance in Mukesh Salvi's works. His artworks bring forth deep feelings, which are depicted using surreal figures in various postures.
Elaborating the artists work, Anuja Lath, Co-Founder and CEO, IndianArtCollectos.com adds that it is the simplistic approach and treatment which makes Mukesh's work different.
Through this unique virtual display of Mukesh's work, IndianArtCollectors.com aims to popularize the concept of online art exhibitions, pushing Indian Contemporary art beyond geographical boundaries. “With an aim to utilize the full potential of the Internet in promoting and sharing art, we organize such exhibitions every 15 days and are elated to see the response we get everytime,” concludes Anuja Lath.
Browse through Mukesh Salvi's work. Visit http://www.indianartcollectors.com/solo-exhibition.php
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