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Indian Artist Nirakar Chowdhury

Mother's wishes

Mother's wishes

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It will add a vibrant touch to any room! This stunning artwork is delivered as a rolled canvas, making it easy to transport and hang anywhere in the world. Hang this piece and lighten up your space!

Size: 48 x 60 in | 121.92 x 152.4 cm
Year: 2022, Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

About Artist 

Nirakar Chowdhury is seen as an established contemporary artist. Nirakar Chowdhury was born in 1985, in Odisha, INDIA. His Figurative-abstract depictions of nature and animals are very evident in all of his work, using them as the subject of most of his works, he gives his paintings his twist, with an element of cubism, that he attributes to his inspirations, Braque and Picasso. Growing up surrounded by a family of artists, Nirakar has always aspired to be an artist himself. 

Artist Statement

My art journey started when I was just a child, at that time I focused on art rather than on my studies.” Since my grandfather was my biggest inspiration. Even though I do not use a fixed color palette for my work, I use different brush strokes for different parts of my paintings. I create smooth, vertical gradients in the geometric shapes, for the background, to help establish a base for the paintings. The backgrounds are usually pastel-type shades and seldom interfere with the subjects that are usually more vibrant. Playing with light and dark shades of color, creating highlights and shadows, to depict the time of day, or setting in general. For his fauna (usually the subject of my paintings,) I opt for textured brush strokes to have them remain as the subtle focal points, mixing a few saturated colors, to create depth. While talking about my technique, “before painting always keep my compositions ready, after which I put color shades- block by block, on the background. After completing the background, I draw sharp lines and convert them into shapes and fill the color.” And also uses tape to ensure that the lines remain sharp and precise.

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