Illusion of Reality

There Is always between the artist his works and the  nature around him.This serles.explore the works that are based on  what surrounds them. The artist from his/her experiences with the
nature, have created world that they feel is ideal They convey their emotions and opinions about Me between women and nature. This illusion that the artist themselves create is to express the
love for what he/she sees around them every day.

The element of womanhood is also a very centre.thematic to the series The artists have portrayed women as the creator of life. They compare her beauty to nature and tries to explain a woman's close connection to the world around her.

The.are illusions° of reality, the artists have created a world that is very similar to the world around us. The artists have touched upon the soft  line between what is reel end whet Is Imaginary.

Artist: Geetha Shree Rajanna

Title: Hope

Medium: Charcol and Acrylic on Paper

Size | Year: 30"x28" | 2018

 

Artist: Saravanan G

Title: Crown

Medium : Acrylic on canvas

Size | Year: 21"x30" | 2018

Artist:

Title:

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Size | Year: 24"x36" | 2018

Kalakriti

Mural Paintings have been an integral part of art from the ancient times. When man started engraving and inscribing pictures on the walls of caves. The cave inscriptions and paintings and the murals in the temples and palaces gives us insights into the changing culture and evolution. The murals of the past like the ones found in Ajanta caves and today’s painting gives man a sense of achievement in the fields of art and culture.

“Kalakriti” is an exhibition with a concept of two artists Vishnu Vikraman and artist Rajesh Pulappatta. They explore their skills in traditional and contemporary mural. Their focus on Traditional and contemporary Murals with different medium in Canvas and on walls.

Artist Rajesh Pulappatta from Kerala, has completed his MFA Painting(Mural) from Visva-Bharati University, West Bengal. One of his remarkable painting series are “Magdalene Mariam” which will be exhibited in Art Houz. He is done a research on Kerala Mural Tradition in Contemporary Culture.

Artist Vishnu Vikraman from Kerala, has completed his Masters of Fine Arts, this is his 23rd exhibition. He will be exhibiting The new version of Perumthachan painting series which is in the form of wall paintings was done on the basis of novel named “Agnihothram” written by KB Sreedevi, a well know Kerala writer.

 

Artist:Vishnu Vikraman

Title: Anandasayanam

Medium: acrylic on canvas

Size | Year: 36"x24" | 2018

 

Artist: 

Title: Sree Krishna

Size | Year: 30"x18" | 2018

Artist:Vishnu Vikraman

Title:Ashta Lakshmi

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Size | Year: 38"x38" | 2018

The Silent Tree

 

The Silent Tree - A multi-sensory art show curated by Ishrath Humairah 

Deep-Rooted Trees symbolize the duality of our existence. Of light and darkness. Of joy and despair. Of heaven and hell. The past and present. And everything in between. And beyond.

Keeping these sacred trees, their meditations and reflections as the point of convergence for all artistic expressions, The Silent Tree celebrates art across media such as paintings, photography, sculpture, poetry, and more.

The Silent Tree is a multi-sensory art experience curated by artist Ishrath Humairah with artists from India and abroad.

Contemporary artists, both established and emerging, from different cities and countries are coming together to express their art, heart and soul; once again reminding us of the deep connected roots that make us One.

While this show is about the artists, expression and their inner journeys, the experience is a feast for the soul. From sights, sounds, smell to touch, there is something for everyone. A sense of sate.

From the cross-hatch technique of legendary Ashok Bhowmick, living landscapes of Vipta Kapadia to the colourful trees by Bhaskara Rao, there is soulful art for everyone to see.

Snehal Kashikar fires her kiln for the Kadamba Leaves, Shamshad Khan captures the duality of trees, Ritu Chopra spreads her branches, Belinda Rogers contemplates the zen of everything, while Sanjay Kumar Srivastava questions life and longing itself.

And all this wonderful art is interspersed with lyrical poetry and frankincense.
This is The Silent Tree. We welcome you to experience it for yourself.

 

Artist: Ashok Bhowmick

Title: Untitled

Medium: acrylic on canvas

Size | Year: 22"x26" | 2018

 

Artist: Belinda Rogers

Title: Contemplation and Practice

Medium:

Size | Year: 12x12 | 2018

Artist: Bhaskara Rao

Title: Untitled

Medium: 

Size | Year: 36"x36" | 2018

Artist: Prabin Kumar Nath

Title: Untitled

Medium: acrylic on canvas

Size | Year: 24"x24" | 2018

 

Artist:  Vipta Kapadia

Title: Untitled

Medium:

Size | Year: 22x8| 2018