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Saturday, 2 June 2018

Kala Mangal series - Painting and Artwork exhibition organised by Deptt of Art & Culture, Bihar at Patna from 29.5.18 to 03.6.18

Ancient themes breathe in modern air 

P1 / Sheela Kumari Singh / sheela_singh01@yahoo.com

The religion is predominant though it does not shun off the modernism. Both can co-exist and this is the only way out. We must move forward but must remember the beauty, profoundness and message of our culture which has evolved through thousands of years. When seven distinguished well-known artists of Bihar gather their brushes and fingers say this through their painting and artworks in Patna.

Sanjay Roy seems to be a virtuoso in modern art and his pictures expresses the feeling very softly in an abstract form. Colours have no role to play to his brush which  delineates  the feelings of a contemporary human being facing a host of ghastly troubles at a time. He confronts the time that is passing by his age and lives perfectly in present invigorating himself with the oxygen of aestheticism coming incessantly from his artistic contemporary mind. 

Baby Archana seems to be in a phase of ideological transfusion. It is very difficult to say that whether the parallel paths treaded by her brush  is synchronous or denotes two absolutely different phases of her life. Whatever it may be the superb beauty of love in action by Radha Krishna and the appeal of affection by a little girl holding an infant in her arms with all motherly care adds to the grandeur of the exhibition. The expression of the feelings of an old woman who has no recourse but praying is marvelous.

Dinesh Kumar is also inclined deeply in holy themes rooted in Hinduism. Whether it is the duo of Radha-krishna  or Goddess and king, what is remarkable is the make of faces are completely different from a stereotyped ones. This drift is  deliberate and the master artist puts in the modern elements surreptitiously even while dealing with ancient themes in an ostensible manner. The message is clear, there is no problem if you embrace modernism in life-style you can still keep the glory up of your ancient past.

Gopal Krishna has a a typical style of human forms and again the faces of gods are different from that you find in the scriptures. He is an example of dynamism and  melody in religious themes. Use of black colour profoundly as an essential ingredient of the background saves the pictures from being glitering when the fondness of colours of his brush is clearly visible, 

Ramu Kumar has presented his artworks in the form of solid structures made of fibre glass. All of them are painted in dark brown and the shapes are weblike. The sphere as a fundamental element is noticeably open from above and having a closed base while the walls are containing many big holes of artistic shapes. A man who carefully examines these structure are bound to find his own  shape of life in these plexus like solid artworks.

Surendra Lal Das 'Kaladarshi is again of a religious genre and sticks to quintessential sayings of the Holy Geeta.  Each shloka is like a lamp and his picture shows this in a pretty manner. The sobriety of super-consciousness  is maintained adhering to the main themes of shlokas.

Sheela Kumari Singh is also a pack of abstractness and concreteness. Buddha with lotuses in the pond with  butterflies flying  is a beautiful piece of her work. In other picture she presents a scenic beauty. The theme of this picture is very simple still the colour scheme attracts a viewer. An abstract picture which looks like a catastrophe with a human like face in right side and black clouds surrounding the frame is amazing.
Review by - Hemant Das 'Him'
Photographs - Binay Kumar
Send your response to through e-mail- editorbiharidhamaka@yahoo.com
E-mail of the reviewer- hemantdas_2001@yahoo.com


P3 / Ramu Kumar

P4 / Sheela Kumari Singh / sheela_singh01@yahoo.com

P5 / Sheela Kumari Singh / sheela_singh01@yahoo.com

P6 / Sheela Kumari Singh / sheela_singh01@yahoo.com

P7 / Seela Kumari Singh / sheela_singh01@yahoo.com

P8 / Gopal Krishna / rgk_mails@yahoo.co.in

P9 / Gopal Krishna / rgk_mails@yahoo.co.in

P10 / Gopal Krishna / rgk_mails@yahoo.co.in

P11 / Gopal Krishna / rgk_mails@yahoo.co.in

P12 / Ramu Kumar / ramu.kr69@gmail.com

P13 / Ramu Kumar / ramu.kr69@gmail.com

P14 / Ramu Kumar / ramu.kr69@gmail.com

P15 / Dinesh Kumar / C/o  Kashinath Pd., 80 Rd No. A-1, Budh Marg, Nr Postal Park, Patna-1

P16 / Dinesh Kumar / C/o  Kashinath Pd., 80 Rd No. A-1, Budh Marg, Nr Postal Park, Patna-1

P17 / Dinesh Kumar / C/o  Kashinath Pd., 80 Rd No. A-1, Budh Marg, Nr Postal Park, Patna-1



P20 / Dinesh Kumar / C/o  Kashinath Pd., 80 Rd No. A-1, Budh Marg, Nr Postal Park, Patna-1

P21 / Surendra Lal Das 'Kaladarshi' / sldas.artist@gmail.com

P22 / Surendra Lal Das 'Kaladarshi' / sldas.artist@gmail.com

P23 / Surendra Lal Das 'Kaladarshi' / sldas.artist@gmail.com

P21 / Baby Archana / archanababy23@gmail.com

P25 / Baby Archana / archanababy23@gmail.com

P26 / Baby Archana / archanababy23@gmail.com

P27 / Sanjay Roy / sanjayroyartist@gmail.com

P28 / Sanjay Roy / sanjayroyartist@gmail.com

P29 / Sanjay Roy / sanjayroyartist@gmail.com


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