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Indian Artist Tribhuvan Kumar

Women - Libber

Women - Libber

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Size: 17 x 25 in | 45 x 65 cm
Year: 2017, Medium: Etching.

Artist Profile
ITribhuvan Kumar was born in 1989 in Uttar Pradesh, India. He completed his BFA in Painting from B.H.U Varanasi in 2013 and his MFA in Graphics from I.K.S.V.V. Khairagarh in 2015. He is currently pursuing his PhD from I.K.S.V.V. Khairagarh in C.G. He has taken part in numerous solo and group shows both in India and abroad, and has received many awards and medals for his work. He was also selected for the National Scholarship by Young Artist by HRD (Ministry of Culture New Delhi) and the Junior Fellowship by Centre for Cultural Resources and Training (CCRT) New Delhi. His artworks are in collections in many countries in Europe and India. Tribhuvan has also participated in many camps across India.

Artist Statement
In the beginning, I sketched and drew local people such as men, women, and workers. The common man gave me confidence and became the subject of my earlier paintings. Our thought process and vision are always evolving, and experimenting with thoughts and representation of subjects is always a part of our work process. Currently, the families of common men, women, and workers, as well as nature and its flora and fauna, inspire me. Nature is a great teacher, and I always communicate and harmonise with it in my work. Learning something new is an endless process, and I try to represent it in my work. Honeybees and dragonflies symbolise hard work and beautification, while the turtle represents a journey.

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