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The Chaos

by Krishnan Kallar
Hyderabad IN
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The Artwork

This work was done in reaction to the mindless development of bangalore city which has almost destroyed the once beautiful , romantic city. It is also satirical look at development, which is dwindling the very nature that sustains life. The ugly face of urbanisation which is rapidly taking place in India. This artwork, probably doesn't fall under any particular genre, it is a drawing and same time it has a strong message hidden in it. Done without any previous plan, the art progressed as the pen moved on paper. No particular starting point of ending.

The Artist

Why do you create? Art is born with me. For me it is a spiritual quest rather than art itself.
How do you work? I paint most days during my free time, besides my design career. I work mainly on paper with ink.
Has your creative process changed over time, if so, how? My Creative process has changed with my aging... my experience in life has given me an insight about life thats what I try to paint
Do you consider yourself a full-time or part-time artist? I am a full time artist, because my design is also an art form.
Besides creating, where else do you spend your time? I'am into wildlife, Nature and trekking. beside my reading, meditation and philosophical quest.
What inspires you? Life.
What is the first piece of art you remember creating? I don't remember since I have been an artist since childhood. But I do remember a few water colour works I tried many years ago.
What does the term art mean to you? Art is an expression of an artist and his learnings, his abstract thoughts.
Name three artists that you respect? M F Hussain, Chuck Close, Stanislaw Zoladz
What is your favourite piece of artwork? I like the hyper realistic works of Chuck Close
What is your dream project? Can't disclose now, be
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