Meet the Artist
Dr. Mukesh Salvi, a young artist from Rajasthan (India) depicts the interrelationship between human relationships and their nature in his paintings. He expresses human figures and objects of nature in an artistic way in his paintings. In his paintings, the fragrance of nature is depicted in different dimensions and in certain postures with human beings. Nature's things like flowers, dry leaves, twigs, plants, dry trees, wind, water etc. are depicted in semi-abstract form in their own style. At the same time, his artworks are a reflection of human emotions, in which some human figures have been shown in resting posture and struggling, which seem to be influenced by Indian mythology. Salvi's artworks are an impressive and powerful analysis of emotions that make any viewer think. .
Looking at Salvi's works, one thing that seems to be common in all the paintings is that what the human mind thinks in today's context and how far it can think, how struggling life is? This is the reason why in all these pictures, an attempt has also been made to show oppression, suffocation and restlessness in one or the other form, which is true today and true of all of us. All these pictures have one more commonality, that is emotion! In Salvi's paintings, emotion is dominant and not form. The form has been changing according to the need of the spirit, there have been ups and downs in the form, the texture has been made and deteriorated by the expressions. If seen, expressions are the focal point in his pictures. Which is difficult to bind in words. It is not surprising that anything happens in any form. Its texture can be anything. A line is important because it is the center point. Salvi has exhibited her work in cities such as Jaipur, New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Patna, Lucknow, Chennai, Chandigarh, Bhopal and Baroda. Apart from this, his paintings have also been displayed in Art Expo Malaysia, Singapore, France, Germany and Korea. Also has been honored with many awards.
|Size||36 X 48 Inches|
|Medium||Acrylic on Canvas|
|Artwork Care||Do not wash|
|Packaging Details||Box packing, Bubble wrap|