My Paintings gain life after their sale; else they lie dead in my studio.
My paintings are not showpieces. You cannot decorate your drawing room to make it look beautiful, but you can decorate your mind with it to make your body beautiful.
Most of my time is spent in traveling by local trains in Mumbai. I prefer it to any other mode of traveling. It is the institute for me. Thousands of minds brush with each other every single moment. People have their own news, views, opinions, reactions, sometimes resulting in mass appeal. I can view the emotional and practical reaction of the fellow citizens by interacting with them and I think they are all creative minds and provide lot of essence to my creation. I see a person trading in vegetables or scraps has more perfect knowledge of economics and politics of the world. He doesn't need a degree or big fat books to update his knowledge, the everyday struggle is guide for him. That's something different which you find only in local trains. It also represents mini India with its clashes and unity projected from time to time. People converse and argue as if discussing the issue in the world conference.
Variation is but natural in my paintings. Just as Heraclitus had rightly said, 'It is not possible to step twice in the same river.' My paintings too are most spontaneous expressions rather than well planned process so you will always find variety in the work. Every work has different appeal and presentation method, setting different moods with use of topic relevant colors, forms and style. Painting is not just passion for me, it is a part of my life. I paint when I get stimulated to do so. There are times when for days together I do not paint at all.
I gradually was introduced to Galileo, Heraclitus, Osho, Mirza Galib, Kabir, and Lao Tuz and their lives. Their philosophies have greater impact on my work and my self being. Pablo Picasso is great artist, I worked as a volunteer for one month in NGMA, Mumbai because of passion for Pablo Picasso, during his paintings exhibition, just to be close to his art work. Though his work has good impact on my life, but it does not influence my work.
I cannot even follow foot step of my own work
More about artist and his Artworks
We open our second exhibition for the year with MANIFESTO of TATHI PREMCHAND on April 9th. This will be Tathi Premchand's second solo exhibition with Nippon, his first solo show being in 2005
Preview: 9th April 2019
6pm to 10.30 pm
Date : 10th to 20th April 2019
12 pm to 8pm
We are on open Sunday * Holidays as per appointments.
30/32, 2nd Floor, Deval Chambers,Nanabhai Lane, Flora Fountain, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
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