Samir Sarkar Mixed Media on Paper 10.5×13.5 inches

Samir Sarkar

Untitled, Mixed Media on Paper by Contemporary Artist “In Stock”

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MediumMixed Media
SurfacePaper
DimensionW: 10.5 Inches X H: 13.5 Inches X D: 1 Inches
W: 26.67 cm X H: 34.29 cm X D: 2.54 cm
ConditionExcellent
StyleFigurative
MovementContemporary Indian Art
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For the past 15 years, acrylic colour has been the main medium for my paintings. After doing the line drawing on paper or canvas, and many layers of color, the subjects and people are slowly given shape using more layers of color. For the past 15 years, acrylic colour has been the main medium for my paintings. After doing the line drawing on paper or canvas, and many layers of color, the subjects and people are slowly given shape using more layers of color. For the past 15 years, acrylic colour has been the main medium for my paintings. After doing the line drawing on paper or canvas, and many layers of color, the subjects and people are slowly given shape using more layers of color.

Studied: D.V.A in painting from Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata 1993

Achievements of Honour :
2000 Honourable Guest from India, Salon
International Des Artists, France.
2013 colourentice & Tata Steel Felicitating “ Artist of the year 1013 ”

Exhibition solo
2007 The Red pallet, Vikalp Art Gallary- Kolkata.
2005 Between Ourselves (Bengal Chamber of
Commerce) Kolkata
2003 Between Ourselves ( Gallery Vintage, Delhi )
2003 Between Ourselves (Caffain, Kolkata )
2003 Tears of Time (Domus Art Gallery, Kolkata )
1997 Centenary Celebrations of Netaji Subhash Chandra
Bose, organised by Pradesh Cong. (Kolkata & New Deldi )
1997 Fiddlers Green-II (Ambiance. The Gallery, Kolkata )
1994 International Conference of Forest Management and
Environment, organised by Ford Foundation & IBRAD ( The Park, Kolkata ).
1992 Out of Mirage (Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata )
1997 Contribution the day of 15th August, 1947 ( All India
Congress Conference. Kolkata & New-Delhi )

GROUP ( National & International )
2013.. group exhibition at lalit kala Bhubaneswar org by colourentice & Tata Steel
2012.. group exhibition at dubai org by artfiest
2007-12 group exhibition (23 group in India/usa/singapure etc)
2007 Master’s Collection Art Gallery ( 2 exhibitions )
2006 Indian Society of Oriental Art 1991-92
2006 Bengal Chamber of Commerce (Sumani) – OS
2006 EZCC, Exhibition o¬n Lord Krishna (RAD)
2005 Apparao Gallery-Chennai
2004 Studio 3 – Mumbai
2004 Artists Circle, Kolkata – ( 2 exhibitions ) 2004
2004 Indian Art – U.S.A. -Austin.
2004 ndian Art – Berlin.
2004 Hyatt Regency – Kolkata.
2004 Festival – Names N Art Gallery, Kolkata
2004 Summer Show – Names N Art Gallery, Kolkata
2004 Contemporary Exhibition – Names N Art Gallery, kolkata
2004 Masters of yesterday, today, tomorrow – Metropolitan
Ait Salon
2004 Annual Exhibition – Vikalp Art Gallery
2004 Metropolitan Art Salon
2004 Akar Prakar Art Gallery
2004 4 Man Show – Chemould Art Gallery
2004 Melanage – Chemould Art Gallery
2003 Monsoon Exhibition ( Krishna Collection Art Gallery, Delhi)
2003 Chemould Art Gallery, Kolkata
2002 Indian Contemporary Art ( Dell Jewisd Community Centre, U.S.A.
2002 Salon International Des Artists Contemporaries, France
2002 Kala Fine Art presents Indian Arts (Gallery Lombard. USA )
2001 Modern Figurative Painters from India ( Saint Steven Aditorium. USA)
2001 Austin Yoga School, USA.
1998 Alliance Francuise, Pondicherry 1997
1997 Art Today, New Delhi
1994 Duet Exhibition (Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata)
1993 Gallery Ukil Dey, Shantmiketan
1992 Indian Society of Oriental Art
1992 Indian – College
1992 Metro Art Gallery
91-93 Academy of Fine Arts ( College Exhibitions Kolkata)
90-91 West Bengal State Exhibitions
1990 May Festival of Birla Academy

About

Paintings have people wearing some headgear that has face painted on them. This depicts the double-faced nature of people. Like we see in most profession where one wears uniform, like Police, nurse, army, pope etc; one wears headgear to go with it as well. To me it is the depiction of the fact that we always wear a face that is different from the real one we have. It is like a face we have to put up to suit the personality we want to project which is always different from the real one.

For the past 25 years, acrylic colour has been the main medium for my paintings. After doing the line drawing o¬n paper or canvas, a layer of acrylic is used like tempera on it. Then slowly the subjects and people are given shape using more layers of colour. Since I use fast colour, it gives a definite brightness to the figures. My figures have a definite inspiration from Egyptian paintings, thus the figures are drawn in the same form, the cloths that they wear have long lines making them look taller and in a way Egyptian. Most of my paintings are of 42½X48½ size which takes about 100 hours.

My paintings in a way are people I live with. They give me inspiration to produce more, to experiment more and thus to create my own world with them. My world that I want the world to see.

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