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Untitled

Artist: P. Yogeesh Naik

Size:52 X 66 Inches

Medium:Acrylic on Canvas

Style:Figurative

Artwork: Original

Artist Authenticity Certificate: Provided

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In this painting, the artist has used colorful objects to show worldly pressures and the modern world. They depict the lust and green past of the man due to which he forgets a more beautiful entity "relationship". The black color represents the darkness of life or rather the dark parts of life which man refuses to see.
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In this painting, the artist has used colorful objects to show worldly pressures and the modern world. They depict the lust and green past of the man due to which he forgets a more beautiful entity "relationship". The black color represents the darkness of life or rather the dark parts of life which man refuses to see.

P. Yogeesh Naik


ABOUT WORK:

 Growing up in a small village  i had always been a part of a  quiet beautiful life, but also saw problems that small villages  generally faced.

I had then decided to choose a field where i could express my self to the society. With Inspiration and help from commercial artist k.Purandar ,working with him,I realized my love and attraction towads the art field.

In my college days in cava i worked on three themes interior texture and mime.

Post college i decided to continue working with the mime theme because i felt it was a strong expression of the society. It all started when i used to go to rangayana, a place for cultural and art center in mysore,where dramas were staged .These dramas left a strong impact in my mind. The dramas that conveyed the social problem left an urge in me to express the problems of the society. I felt my brush could be a strong as the electronic and print media in conveying message to the society.

Expression and drama was all that i know i started working on the mime theme the dramatic effect that was created was to be simple and strong enough to convey my message to the people. As the initial interest was to create drama my canvas, during the post college period, i slowly started to shift towards the city life that i saw during my college days. The contrast of my quite village life to this startling reality of the city was that i wanted to express.

The major root urban problem that i realized in the five years of stay in Mysore was population.

The relationship between the body moment and expression is what creates drama in the mind which i have depicted in my painting.

 

The dramatic relation that is created between the minimum line and flat block color result is a painterly quality and lot of challenges to face .yes It was a challenge to express thoughts using minimum colours.

I have also been inspired by the ‘’Lambani’’ form of tribal art of Karnataka, which uses lots of patterns and designs in crowded manner.The same is seen in my paintings where figures are hudled or lots of figures are scattered all around on the canvas.

 

 

In few of my painting i have used colorful objects to show worldly pressures and the modern world.They depict lust and green past of the man due to which he forgets more beautiful entity relationship.The black colour represents the darkness of life or rather the dark parts of life which man refuses to see.The skeleton of man’s feelings are shown in black and white in my painting.

 

This relationship, humanity is forgotten in the run for these worldly pleasures.

The faces represent a mask beyond which ones true identity is hidden the funny gestures and the drama present a lot more than what is seen at faced. 

 

My work reveals inner questions  of mine which stands in the form of  raised issues in world around me within a made framework  of imagination executed  through  the satirical images.

The figures  in their delicate , sly and playful world are  almost invariably focused on an event , animated by  a mutual curiosity , pointing out something that is odd ,  incongruous or comically bizarre.

For the viewer the wit resides as  much  in the scale of the depictions as  it does in the finely summarized telling detail of the vignette. 

I have often  played with  my childhood  memories , and tried to reinsert  them into  my contemporary experience  along  with  amalgamated  version  of social  realities  and their political  context  for instance  poverty ,  identity  crisis ,  dilemma  of relationships  and of all lose of human values which are  generally  born out of population  explosion  and psychological phenomena of modern  society.  

expression and drama was all that i know i started working on the mime theme the dramatic effect that was created was to be simple and stron enough to convey my massage to the people. as the initial interest was to creat  drama in my canvas, during the post college period, i slowly started to shift towards the city life that i asw during my college days. the contoct of my quite village life to this starting reality of the city was that i wanted to expree.

the major root urban problum that i realized in the five year of stay in delhi was population.

the relationship between the body movment and expression is what creates drama in the mind which i have depicted in my painting.

the dramatic relation that is created between the minimum line and flatt black color result is a painterly quality and lot of challenges to my self, it was a challenge to express thought using minimum colours. i have also been inspired by the lambani form of tribal art of karnataka, which uses lots of patterns and designs in crwded manner. the same is seen in my paintings where figures are hudled or lots of figures are scattered all around on the canvas.

in few my painting i have used colourful objects to show worldly pressures and the modren world. they depict lust and green past of the man due to which he forgets more beautiful entity relationship. the black colour represents the darkness of life or rather the dark part of life which man refuses to see. the skeleton of mans feeling are shown in black and white in my painting.

this relationship, mumanity is forgotten in the run of these wordly pleasures. the faces represent a mask beyond which ones true identity is hidden the funny gestures and the drama presen a lot more than what is seen at faced.

 

        RESUME

                                                                                                                           

  • NAME                                              P.YOGEESH NAIK
  • Date of birth                                  13th April 1982

 

  • Educational qualification               B.F.A (painting) chamarajendra academy of visual art (CAVA) Mysore.                                                                                                  M.F.A (painting) at college of art - New Delhi- 2010

 

  • Permanent address                        C/O  K.Purandar, # 710, 1st cross, Kuvempu road, near ring Road Circle, Hinkal Mysore                                                                    -570017 Karnataka.

 

  • Contact address                              P. yogeesh, D.No - 43, sree lakshmi venkateshwara nilaya  aavalahalli                                                                                                village, behind yellamma temple, singnayakana halli post, yelahanka banglore

 

  • Mobile no                                         +91 8892019518

 

  • Email                                                yogeshpnaik@gmail.com

 

  • Awards                                            51st national academy award, lalit kala academy,New delhi-2008-09                                                                                                    1st prize in 56th annual art exhibition, Delhi College of Art- 2009                                                                                                          M.F. Hussain award, 57th annual art exhibition college of art-2010

 

  • Participation                     Group show at Karnataka nataka academy rangayana Mysore-1997                                                                                                     56th annual art exhibition, Delhi College of art-09

                                                 Group show at faculty of fine arts, M.S University, Vadodara-2009,

                                                 P.G.student artist painting workshop, held at art gallery, M.M malavia road, amritsar, sep- 2009

                                                The 9th northern region camlin art exhibition-2009

                                                National innovative IEC design workshop last mile Polio eradication initiative, manesar, Haryana-2009                                                  57th annual art exhibition college of art new delhi-2010

 

                                                A group show at creativity art gallery ''9 PEBBLES'' new delhi - 2012

 

                                                A group show at united art fair pragati maidan new delhi - 2012

 

                                               ''Explorations'' a group show at kalakriti art gallery  hydrabad - 2012''

                                              " parallel reality'' a group show at ''devlalikar art gallery m.g road Indore - 2013

                                                                                        

                                                A group show at kalakriti art gallery ''The sound of silence'' hydrabad-2015

                                                Artist Residency organized by Kalakriti art gallery, Hydrabad -May 2016

                                                Selected for  INDIA ART AWARDS, 28th February-Ahmedabad, Gujarat -2017

                                                Selected for  ''Emerging Artist of The year award''best college art New delhi -2018

 

  • Scholarship                      Krishna kriti art foundation ,hydrabad-2008-09

                                                Junior fellowship, Ministry of culture 2009-10

 

 

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