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The art divine

DECCAN CHRONICLE | DARSHANA RAMDEV
Published Dec 26, 2015, 9:02 am IST
Updated Mar 26, 2019, 2:40 pm IST
Sachin Jaltare's semi-abstract works are rooted in Indian mythology.
Sachin Jaltare's semi-abstract works are rooted in Indian mythology.
 Sachin Jaltare's semi-abstract works are rooted in Indian mythology.
Fleeting Worlds, the latest group show at Kynkyny Art, delves into the depths of the imagination, exploring the concepts of divinity, the feminine psyche and ways of life that are slowly dying out. Nishant Dange, Ramesh Gorjala, Sachin Jaltare and Anand Panchal have come together to evoke, each in their own way, the many states of desire, mythos and culture, with works that range from figurative to semi abstract.
 
Sachin Jaltare's semi-abstract works are rooted in Indian mythology. He steers clear of narratives, however, focussing instead on his own deeply spiritual thoughts. Nishant Dange, an award-winning artist from Mumbai, works mostly in black and white, conjuring up intricate, evocative images of the female body and face. Ramesh Gorjala was born in to a family of weavers in Sri Kalahasti. He took to painting, however and draws inspiration from mythology as well, giving it his own twist. 

 

 

 

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