For sculptor, Narayan Sinha, art is all about celebrating beauty. Sinha is mostly known for his installations created with junk automobile parts, metal drums, fuel tanks of kerosene stoves and more.
Born in 1977, Sinha completed his Bachelors in Science from Calcutta University.
Narayan Sinha a self taught sculptor. He is from a business family dealing with Automobile parts. Narayan extendses his art in anesthetics in various form be it sculpture art installations, space designs, jewellery designs, paintings and more. His art works is inspired by mother nature. And he believes in giving back Something to his roots through different ventures.
Narayan has held over 12 solo shows his works since 2000. His recent ones include; ‘Birla Academy of Art & Culture, Kolkata in 2008; ’The Address’, Kolkata in 2008; ’Sonar Bangla’, Kolkata in 2007; ‘Gufa Art Gallery, Ahmedabad in 2006; ’Jahangir Art Gallery’, Mumbai in 2005; ’Academy of Fine Arts , Kolkata in 2005.
He has also displayed his works at several group exhibitions the recent ones including; ‘Harmony Show’, Mumbai in 2006; ‘Birla Academy of Art & Culture-Open Air Painting Exhibition, Kolkata in 2004; ’Annual Exhibition of Birla Academy of Art & Culture’, Kolkata in 2003,2005 & 2006; ‘Durga Exhibition (La Mera), Kolkata in 2002 & 2004.
Ganesha Sculpture, Brass, Metal Iron, Found objects works “In stock”
W: 35.56 cm X H: 76.2 cm
The artist uses recycled and found sustainable materials such as automobile parts, utensils, latches, locks, keys, wood, nuts and metal scrap to create sculptures and marvelously creates installations that tell the story.
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