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MorPichh ... The Colors of Indian Art

Exhibition

Saturday, April 13 , 2013 Sunday, April 14, 2013 12 noon to 6 pm Sugar Land Town Square Marriott


MorPichh…

is a beautiful multi-coloured feather of a

Peacock, and also the Crown of Lord Krishna. ‘The Colors of Indian Art’ is an Exhibition showcasing art works of well known artists from India with the themes they are known for. The art show offers a real trove of affordable works for collectors with a good eye. The exhibition is curated by Gautam Khatri, Director Suchitrra Arts Gallery, Mumbai, India and produced and managed by Manish Parikh of Morpichh Art.

The exhibition ‘The Colors of Indian Art’ will be at: Sugar Land Marriott Town Square, Texas from April 13 to April 14, 2013. Thereafter they are available for viewing at MorPichh Art Please contact Manish Parikh or Krishna Parikh.


Snehal Ghangrekar

The Enlightened Prince 2013 Acrylic on Canvas 72 x 72 inches

‘Weaving... the Eternal Joy’ series has blossomed from Snehal’s intuitive flow of love… inviting every soul to have a holy dip in the nectar of joy. Her Paintings unfold

the

wonderful

moments

bonding

together

with a sacred thread with delicacy and intricate details, merging and emerging with beautiful forms


Amol Pawar

Shiv Shakti 2013 Acrylic on Canvas 48 x 72 inches

Amol’s

work

showcases

his

experiments

with

various media and depicts his study of various forms, color schemes, and textures. Many of his paintings reveal his own rhythm of life. Most of his work comprise of abstract paintings and some that illustrate real life.


Yaswant Shirwadkar

Banaras Ghat 2011 Oil on Canvas 48 x 72 inches

Had his 88 th solo show in Mumbai in March 2013. He is a well know senior artist with great presence on the India Art scape. If there is one thing art can do for a person, it is to extend his imagination. Using the palette knife and blade to create a brilliant 3-D effect, Shirwadkar blends feeling and technique perfectly to do just that.


Prashanta Nayak

Peace 2013 Acrylic on Canvas 55 x 40 inches

His work is inspired by the observations of everyday objects, events, and experiences. He is basically concerned with human figures, mythology and religious stories. They are the intimacies and the complexities of life such as emotions, perceptions, ideas, intellect, human conditions and interrelationships.


H.R. Das

Hare's Bulls on the Run 2013 Acrylic on Canvas 48 x 48 inches

The beast within! That is the thought that comes to mind when one is confronted with H.R. Das’s bulls. They exude the power, pride and heart of the beast that is a part of us all. One can relate to the beast’s agony, its joy of life, its anger and one can fear it as well.


Jagannath Paul

Bond of Love 2013 Charcoal and Acrylic on Canvas 42 x 72 inches His

works

journey of

are

a

manifestation

of

his

eternal

rediscovering and revealing thoughts

and ideas that re underlying deep within his creative

consciousness.

His

works

exhibit

his

artistic conviction, his inner experiences and a sense of fulfilment in a poetic manner.


Paramesh Paul

Rippling Banaras Ghat 2012 Acrylic on Canvas

48 x 64 inches

His works captures the essence of life unravelling at the Banks of Ganga at Banaras. Through his works he looks deeper into the relation of people with

nature, with religious emotion and how

ordinary

people

transcend

themselves

from

bondage of day to day mundane existence.

the


Ravindra Salve

Untitled 2011 Acrylic on Canvas 48 x 48 inches

An intuitive poet of painting who loves to be pure in his log-in lines. His canvas is wide, comprises the

horizons of white

shadows of excruciating

pain and its silhouette reliefs. His subconscious metaphors are fables of love, un -experienced and un-manifested.


Nitin Ghangrekar

Gurukul Boy's Creation of Temple Fresco Painting 2012 Acrylic on Canvas 72 x 60 inches Nitin has always shown the great virtuosity in the range

of

subjects

he

has

handled.

His

famous

‘Gurukul’ Series depicts the rich Vedic traditional life in India which

embodies a cosmic vision to

acquire pure essence of knowledge in simplicity and harmony with nature. This has never been


All arts in this exhibition may be viewed online at www.morpichhart.com

info@morpichhart.com 713.248.0780 / 281.599.7799

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The colors of Indian Art

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