‚ÄėVaikuntham: Art & Beyond‚Äô, it echoes purity in a simple and unadulterated flow of knowledge, ideas experience and expressions. Art and its form represent a life journey of an individual floating between self and society. The divine inspiration for creativity is a source of self expression that reflects one‚Äôs inner feelings of joy, fears, love and anger etc.
The suite of works in the exhibition consisting of Tanjore school like painting and Yantras, that are beautiful, subtle, contemplative and meditative in turn, are sprinkling droplets that offer a glimpse of the spiritual bent of the artist‚Äôs mindscape. The characteristics of Banita‚Äôs paintings is her unique style, elegance, rich colours and attention to detail inspired by India‚Äôs classical art forms on one hand and its religious and folk traditions on the other. The self stylized Tanjore School inspired work with its vibrant colours and streaks of gold embellished with semi-precious stones and fine aesthetics are representational and subjective. They make beautiful expressions of her devotion for God and her search for the truth and beauty. Her oils are a brilliant fusion of sprit and matter that represent the artist‚Äôs thoughts, feelings and ideas. The artist fashions a tactile interplay of spaces to create her compositions using mix media & oils in meditative¬†symphony of brush of stroke and colours. She attempts through her paintings, to assimilate and cultivate compositions that transfer her spiritual thoughts and echo her fascination for the divine that dwells within. ¬†Binita A Hamirwasia presents her 4th solo show on 13 July-19th July 2012 at Open Palm Gallery in IHC, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.
Vaikuntham : Art & Beyond