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Tushar Waghela

 SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2008 'Land Sold', Gallery Archana, Kuala Lumpur
2008 Planet Art Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
2005 Galerie Cupillard, Grenoble, France
2002 Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
1999 Bajaj Art Gallery, Mumbai
1997 Mahakaushal Art Gallery, Raipur

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2010 'Who Has Seen Gandhi?', presented by Tangerine Art Space at Raj Bhavan; KynKyny Art Gallery and Tangerine Art Space, Bangalore
2009 'Far & Wide .... Everywhere You Look', Chawla Art Gallery, New Delhi
2008 ‘Indian Escapades’, Sunjin Galleries, Singapore
2008 ‘Mystique’, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
2008 ‘Rainbow In The Sun’, Lalit Kala Akademy, New Delhi
2008 ‘Aspirations’, Epicenter, Gurgaon
2008 'Fusion', Travancore Gallery, New Delhi
2008 'Indian Kaleidoscope', Ki Gallery, Kuala Lumpur
2008 Suchitra Arts, Mumbai
2006 Shrishti Art gallery, Hyderabad
2006 Lokayata: Mulk Raj Anand Centre, New Delhi
2003 Town Hall, Raipur
2002 'Reflection Of Another Day', Organized by Pegsas Art Gallery, Hyderabad
2002 ‘Find Your Home’, Organized by Aorta Cultural Association, Germany
2002 Kala Academy, Panaji, Goa
2001 'Artist from Chhattisgarh', Raipur, Organized by Fine Art Society
2000 Mahakaushal Art Gallery, Raipur
1999 Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Mumbai
1999 Artist from Madhya Pradesh, Moksh Art Gallery, Mumbai
1999, 98, 97 Mahakaushal Art Gallery, Raipur

AWARDS/HONOURS
2003 Best Artist at the 12th International Print Biennial in Varna, Bulgaria
1998 All India Art Exhibition, Mahakausal Kala Parisad, Raipur
1997 Raza Award of Bhopal

PARTICIPATIONS
2008 'Harvest 2008', organized by Arushi Arts at The Stainless Gallery, New Delhi
2003 12th International Print Biennial Varna, Bulgaria
2001 Sadhana - Shanti (India Festival, Germany ), Stiff Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg
2001 State Workshop, Department of Culture, Chhattisgarh
2001 'Madhya Pradesh Kala Prdarshani', Devlalikar Kala Vithika, Indore
2000, 99 South Central Zone Cultural Centre (SCZCC) Art Exhibition, Nagpur
1998 All India Art Exhibition, Mahakausal Kala Parisad, Raipur
1997 Raza Award Exhibition, Bhopal
 
The themes and storyline of my creations come from the facts and philosophies of life which comes from these myths & truths. They have got a relation with the spirits of Indian Heritage, art and culture. It is an anecdotic series each one epitomizing its own tale. All the compositions have an indeterminate and anonymous destination to conquer, every story touches it goal but ends up with a question mark for you to think over the contemplation it has placed before you. The contents are not stationary; they are not at rest, instead are in a state of reallocation; trying to speak out something, on looking at these you are compelled to peep inside the windows kept deliberately open. It is an invitation to participate in the triumph going on and calls you to be a part of the happenings inside. At the climax you would be so impatient to rise off the curtains of the mysterious play and procure the entire incarnation at once. The paintings are a blend of the changing times and trends of the day and the ancient philosophical thoughts of the past. It has paved the path between the past, present and future. The color scheme comprises of soft and earthy colors that are near to the natural world. It is an impregnation of fervent and subdued shades that reveals out a posture of warmth and holiness. It provides distinctiveness to my speculations and form of art I want to portray. The texture of these works of art is intensely obscure which induces the onlooker to magnetize to the premise of the creation and get engrossed into the journey traveled in it. It has a tendency to generate curiosity in the mind of the beholder, it crafts an ambiance of the insinuation expressed through it. I have endeavored to depict a surrealistic effect to the paintings and take you to the actual scenario of the anecdote in the symphony of the string. The Mammoth stands tall in my work since I always found this creature a representation of geological time scale. Not only this, it also represents the maturation of humanity, becoming not only stronger but also cleverer. The early civilizations play an important role in my work, though they uncleanly wipe out every single prospect of discovery of humans of two million years ago when they first started walking. My works are nothing other than visual representation of growth of human self consciousness along with their civilization, where every figure plays an equally important role.

Spiders Web

Painting
    • Artwork No.
    • VAC2102
    • Style
    • Figurative
    • Surface
    • Canvas
    • Medium
    • Acrylic
    • Size
    • 76 cms X 61 cms
    • 30 Inches X 24 Inches
    • Price
    • On Request

Artist Statement

The themes and storyline of my creations come from the facts and philosophies of life which comes from these myths & truths. They have got a relation with the spirits of Indian Heritage, art and culture. It is an anecdotic series each one epitomizing its own tale. All the compositions have an indeterminate and anonymous destination to conquer, every story touches it goal but ends up with a question mark for you to think over the contemplation it has placed before you. The contents are not stationary; they are not at rest, instead are in a state of reallocation; trying to speak out something, on looking at these you are compelled to peep inside the windows kept deliberately open. It is an invitation to participate in the triumph going on and calls you to be a part of the happenings inside. At the climax you would be so impatient to rise off the curtains of the mysterious play and procure the entire incarnation at once. The paintings are a blend of the changing times and trends of...
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About : Tushar Waghela

 SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2008 'Land Sold', Gallery Archana, Kuala Lumpur 2008 Planet Art Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi 2005 Galerie Cupillard, Grenoble, France 2002 Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai 1999 Bajaj Art Gallery, Mumbai 1997 Mahakaushal Art Gallery, Raipur GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2010 'Who Has Seen Gandhi?', presented by Tangerine Art Space at Raj Bhavan; KynKyny Art Gallery and Tangerine Art Space, Bangalore 2009 'Far & Wide .... Everywhere You Look', Chawla Art Gallery, New Delhi 2008 ‘Indian Escapades’, Sunjin Galleries, Singapore 2008 ‘Mystique’, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi 2008 ‘Rainbow In The Sun’, Lalit Kala Akademy, New Delhi 2008 ‘Aspirations’, Epicenter, Gurgaon 2008 'Fusion', Travancore Gallery, New Delhi 2008 'Indian Kaleidoscope', Ki Gallery, Kuala Lumpur 2008 Suchitra Arts, Mumbai 2006 Shrishti Art gallery, Hyderabad 2006 Lokayata: Mulk Raj Anand Centre, New Delhi 2003 Town Hall, Raipur 2002 'Reflection Of Another Day',...
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