Vivek Arts Morning At Village

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  • Watercolour painting of a village’s morning scene    
  • Traditional portrait
  • Nature and figure art
  • Sub-medium: paper
  • Dimensions: 12x8 in
  • Made by Vivek A Vyas
  • Matches every type of furniture
  • Eye-catching and contemporary
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Painting the Essence of Reality

 

For software engineer Vivek A Vyas, feelings find expression through painting. A sensitive person by nature, this 32-year-old successful businessman and owner of an RO filter plant, has always been fond of this art form. The creative artist initially gifted his paintings to friends and family who appreciated his style and e...

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About Vivek A Vyas, Bhuj

Painting the Essence of Reality

 

For software engineer Vivek A Vyas, feelings find expression through painting. A sensitive person by nature, this 32-year-old successful businessman and owner of an RO filter plant, has always been fond of this art form. The creative artist initially gifted his paintings to friends and family who appreciated his style and encouraged him. In 2006, after receiving formal training, Vyas started pursuing his hobby more professionally. This talented painter uses water and ink colours as preferred mediums for giving form to his innermost thoughts. In the end, what appears in his paintings is his deep understanding of human thoughts and emotions.

Like his inspiration, Krishen Khanna, Vyas also takes to figurative art in order to depict real life incidents and scenes. He uses water colours and occasionally oil paints to showcase life vividly. Vyas also uses the online platform to connect with his fans. Depending on the nature of his paintings, this artist from Gujarat takes about one to 15 days to create his masterpieces.

 

Specialities

 

Vyas is known for his thought-provoking paintings that reflect his various ideas, moods and emotions. His beautiful colour combinations are widely recognised and his body of work enjoys a faithful following. The artist plans to dabble in acrylic medium soon. By sensitising his audience to their surroundings, Vyas achieves what many budding artists aspire to — capturing the honest beauty of everyday life.

Specifications of Vivek Arts Morning At Village

TYPE
  • Watercolour painting
STYLE
  • Traditional portrait
SUBJECT
  • Figure and nature
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Orientation: portrait
  • Medium: watercolour
  • Sub-medium: paper
  • Height: 12 in
  • Width: 8 in
  • Region of origin: Bhuj, Kachch (Gujarat)
FRAME
  • Material: black fibre frame with black mount paper with glass cover
  • Colour: black frame
  • Hooks: one or two hooks as per requirement
MORE ABOUT THE ARTWORK

Mornings in Indian villages start at sunrise with womenfolk collecting water from nearby rivers and wells. Women are often seen balancing water pots on their heads and waists, as they make their way to and fro. In the Vivek Arts Morning At Village, the artist combines the ethereal beauty of the golden morning sunlight with the effortless grace of Indian rural women. The painting is mellow, with golden hues and dark silhouettes. The autumn leaves reflect the rays of the sun, while women walk under them as they fetching water for the day. This exotic painting was made in 2014 using watercolours. The uniqueness of this artwork is the glowing and beautiful morning scene.

Water-based pigments were used in prehistoric cave paintings. Centuries ago, the Chinese painted on silk with water-based inks and dyes. In the west, watercolour evolved from the illuminated manuscripts in the monasteries of medieval Europe. Water-soluble materials used on vellum or paper defined the art form for most contemporary watercolour artists.

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Fond of painting since childhood, Vivek A Vyas, 32, picked up brushes and colours seriously in 2006. A qualified software engineer who owns an RO filter plant, Vyas gives expressions to his various moods through his paintings.

DISPLAY SUGGESTIONS
  • Hang it in your drawing room, behind a couch; or in your bedroom, opposite your bed
  • Goes well with light and dark backgrounds
  • Use it to give your home’s décor a vintage yet contemporary look
MAINTENANCE TIPS
  • Keep away from moisture and direct sunlight
  • Clean with a dry cloth or vacuum cleaner
  • Frame can be cleaned with a moist cloth
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