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From the distant whispers of our ancient origins, “The Remembrance Mandala” calls out, beckoning the soul to reconnect, recharge, and rediscover the untapped reservoir of our creative energy and prowess. Painted over many meditative months, the mandala harmoniously melds liquid metal, acrylic, and 24ct gold with pure coloured silver leaf. Each meticulous layer resonates with the cosmic rhythm, capturing the ebb and flow of life’s cycles and the beauty that shapes our spiritual journey. Eccentric O reintroduces his personal mythological guardians of our soul’s tales — the divine peacock and the charged phoenix. These emblematic spirit guides encircle the mandala’s inner sanctum as teachers and protectors, emphasising the universal creative life force that is ever-present, ever-awaiting our acknowledgment.
The Remembrance Mandala (2024) By Eccentric O
A late work on canvas by the Late Sri Lankan master, George Keyt
Friends (1989) By George Keyt
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The Magician (2008) By S. Ravi Shankar
Nati Binodini I (2007) By Gogi Saroj Pal
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Ladder, full moon & figures (2000) By Tasaduq Sohail
Woman I & II are conceived as a pair though painted as separate works. Facing in different directions, the women is a classic depiction of a Selvaraj lady: her hair curly, buxom-breasted, elongated eye slits and adorned with jewellery. The works have an ethereal quality in the way the sitters merge and emerge from the background.
Woman I (2008) By A. Selvaraj
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The wide smile of the performer is made ludicrous by his nudity. His walk backwards on his hands and feet likewise looks slapstick, a parody of the seriousness of modern life. Chowdhury characters such as these are fascinating as they are rarely placed in a distinct surrounding. It is as if they could be everywhere and anywhere in our world. Works such as this seemingly ridiculing our human drama have a dark core inspired by the traumatic experiences of partition, dislocation and isolation.
Acrobat (2002) By Jogen Chowdhury
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It is difficult to see in this image the effect of the mixed media Siva has used to create this painting. In reality there is great dexterity used to manifest a very subtle, mysterious finish to this painting.
Amirtham II (Inner search for Divine Offering) (2008) By M. Siva
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Many regard Bhaskaran's cat drawings as his signature image. The artist clearly relishes the character, body shape and pose of the animal.
Cat II (2001) By R.B. Bhaskaran
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Bhaskaran’s mixed media masterpiece, ‘Couple’ (2005), finds roots in his artistic fascination with the stodgy and often uncomfortable-looking marriage portraits that are so prevalent in houses all around India. These photographs to the artist appeared loaded with meanings and dramatic tensions – what the couple wants the photograph’s audience (and/or the photographer) to think of them versus what they think of each other; the new phenomenon of posing for a camera versus the traditional male-female power relationship; photography as a relatively new Western invention versus the Indian miniature portrait that dates back centuries.
Couple (2005) By R.B. Bhaskaran
From the distant whispers of our ancient origins, “The Remembrance Mandala” calls out, beckoning the soul to reconnect, recharge, and rediscover the untapped reservoir of our creative energy and prowess. Painted over many meditative months, the mandala harmoniously melds liquid metal, acrylic, and 24ct gold with pure coloured silver leaf. Each meticulous layer resonates with the cosmic rhythm, capturing the ebb and flow of life’s cycles and the beauty that shapes our spiritual journey. Eccentric O reintroduces his personal mythological guardians of our soul’s tales — the divine peacock and the charged phoenix. These emblematic spirit guides encircle the mandala’s inner sanctum as teachers and protectors, emphasising the universal creative life force that is ever-present, ever-awaiting our acknowledgment.