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A Visual Vocabulary
February 10 @ 11:00 am - February 25 @ 6:30 pm
“If you truly love Nature, you will find beauty everywhere.”
Vincent Van Gogh
Satyabrata Das’s paintings are reminiscent of and, is inspired by the play of colours, the confident strokes of the iconic post-impressionist artist, Vincent Van Gogh. The roll and play of clouds above the sweeping landscapes are a visual narrative of places the artist has visited and has soaked in. Many are lasting memories of places the artist has visited and attempted to re-create with photo-references of inspiring landscapes of paintings that are pulsating and evocative.
Man’s insignificance is apparent against the backdrop of rolling hills and cascading waterfalls in appreciation of Nature, to invite the viewer, to experience the magnitude of what the earth in all her grandeur, has to offer mankind. Spontaneous brush strokes using pigments in a dense and opaque manner, depict the imagery of the force of cascading waterfalls, the scale of Nature while minimizing human figures that facilitates interpretations for the viewer. Relying on Acrylic and Oil mediums on canvas, the artist creates a pictorial vocabulary.
A lyrical rendition lies within a warm palette of colours with the use of black pigment to highlight and create depth to the compositions.
Satyabrata Das is a seasoned artist who plays with the dark and light totality of each composition, to create an impact.
Satyabrata Das, an accomplished artist, was born in the culturally rich state of Odisha. His artistic journey began at the Santiniketan Visva Bharati University, where he studied Fine Arts & Craft, and honed his skills and nurtured his creative spirit. Seeking a broader perspective, Satyabrata pursued an MBA from Pacific States University in Los Angeles. Throughout his educational journey, Satyabrata earned recognition for his artistic prowess, receiving the prestigious Odisha State Gold Medal for his outstanding performance in a spot painting competition. Under the tutelage of eminent artists such as Prof. KG Subramaniam, Prof. Somnath Hore, and Prof. Ajit Chakraborthy, Satyabrata developed a profound understanding of various artistic forms and techniques.
In his early student days at Santiniketan, Satyabrata Das had the privilege of being mentored by the eminent artist and sculptor Sri Ram Kinkar Beij. This mentorship played a pivotal role in shaping his artistic vision and instilling in him the importance of creativity and passion in the world of art.
Satyabrata Das lives and works in Bhubaneswar, Odisha.