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INTRODUCTION

My Works, my Contribution

On my early art of sculpture, there is an impact of Indian sculpture of Maurya. Kushan and Gupta periods. In the idols of Bharat Kala Bhawan, B.H.U.;Varanasi, the ornaments, the hair dimensions and their miniatures touched my heart. After this, the main factors, which impressed me, are modern and folk hair features.

Many aspects and types of hair dimensions such as profuse and curly hair impressed me a lot. I have learnt that many poets and literary figures have described the beauty of hair dimensions in many poems, stories, essays and novels, etc. But in the realm of sculpture this subject has remained untouched. I thought that in this subject of beauty the role of three dimensional structures is significant. Hence, I studied this subject and made many idols. In this process I meticulously studied modern and western sculpture. I consider my own hairs as the most spectacular. Whenever I stood in front of mirror, I saw my hair first. I tried to find out waves and shades in my hair.

The designs created by water waves on sand had o n impact on me. The motions of contemporary things are also found attractive. While studying in the market, every evening after 6 O'clock, I noticed the fruits and vegetables. I thought that in my next idol, which designs will be used by me, and in which way, the softness and roundness in living beings fascinate me. One realized that in living beings, whether it is the human body, fruit or flower, softness and roundness are the main features of attraction. Even in the human heart this softness and roundness arouses the aesthetic sense. For this very aesthetic sense, I used both the qualities of softness and roundness in my art.

In my art, there is also a presence of abstract facts. In some of my creations, there is an abundance of aesthetic sense, which is not erotic but is a matter of realization. Beauty and minuteness can be realized easily in these abstract facts. The minuteness of refined art consciousness can be realized. My every idol is full of fleshy depiction. The idols, which resemble and allure are the resilient roundness and softness.

The ups and downs of my creations are meant for the spectator. My art resembles the front part of breast. , it is the crest of carnal desire and arouses aesthetic sense In some of my idols, I try to show fleshy complications.

In art, there is a perfect blend of expression and creativity. Anything that is expressed acquires completion and becomes a creation of incidents .Situations become active and after this, expression becomes creation. Art is such a phenomenon in which human consciousness and extrinsic factors go hand in hand and are finally expressed together. Right from childhood man is impressed by external beauty. If a thing satisfies our sense of beauty, we wish to glimpse it again and again e.g. rivers, lakes, trees, clouds, etc, etc.

If one gets a blend of extrinsic and intrinsic beauty, then he gets attracted to wards it and chases it like a deer chasing a mirage. But it is not mirage in fact. Mirage is associated with the physical world and beauty is something abstract.

An artist never visits a mirage because of his thirst pike a deer. He enjoys bliss in this creation. The pleasure that an artist gets with his creation fuels him for further creations.

When an artist fathom out beauty, from that very moment, the seed of creation is sown in his heart and to get permanent proximity to beauty, he creates. As it happens that a pregnant woman feels pain and she waits and after giving birth to child, all the pain disappears, a similar thing happens to the heart of an artist when he finally gives birth to a creation. Thus an artist experiences reined sort of pleasure.

ABOUT SHOP OWNER

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			 								Name: DHARMENDRA KUMAR

Date of Birth:1977, Born, Paraiya Khurd, Gaya, Bihar.

EDUCATION
2001 : B.F.A. (Sculpture) Faculty of Visual Arts, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.
2003:M.F.A. (Sculpture) Faculty of Visual Arts, Banaras
Hindu University, Varanasi.
2009 :Ph.D Process Faculty of Visual Arts, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.
SOLO EXHIBITION
2003 :‘Fusion’ Sculpture, ABC Art Gallery, Varanasi Sponsored by State Lalit Kala Academy, U.P.
2003 :Lalit Kala Academy, Rabindra Bhawan, New
Delhi.
SELECTIVE EXHIBITION
1998-2002 :Annual Arts Exhibition, Faculty of Visual
Arts, B.H.U.
1998 :Golden Jubilee of Independence, Faculty of Visual Arts, organized by Lalit Kala Academy, U.P.
2001-2002 :Regional Arts Exhibition organized by Lalit Kala Academy, U.P. ABC Arts Gallery.
2004 :Regional Arts Exhibition organized by Lalit Kala Academy, Lucknow.
2004 :All India Art Exhibition Organized by State Lalit Kala Academy, Lucknow.
2005:47 th National Art Exhibition Lalit Kala Academy,
New Delhi.
2006:49th National Art Exhibition Lalit Kala Academy,
New Delhi.
2010 : 83th Annual All India Art Exhibition, AIFACS,
New Delhi.
2012 85 Annual All India art Exhibition. AIFACS
GROUPS EXHIBITION
1998-99:SMRITI Group Show, Faculty of Visual Arts B.H.U.
2002:DASH Group Show, Nehru Arts Gallery, Varanasi.
2006:Shilpakriti Sculpture Show, Aakriti Art Gallery, Kolkata.
2011 : A tribute to M.F. Husain Shraddhanjali visual art
Gallery the India Habitat centre New Delhi

AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIP
1999-2001:Annual Art Exhibition, Faculty of Visual Arts,
B.H.U. Varanasi.
2003 :National Culture Scholarship, Ministry of Tourism Culture, Govt. of India.
2005 :Lalit Kala Academy Research Grand, Lalit Kala Academy New Dehli.
CAMP & SYMPOSIUM
2001:All India Sculpture Camp, Khamgaom, Maharastra.
2005:All India Sculpture Camp, organized by J&K
Cultural Academy.
2005:All India Kala Utsav Rastriya Lalit Kala Kendra,
Luknow.
2006 :All India Sculpture Symposium, Central Indian School of Fine Arts, Nagpur.
2008:Regional Kala Mela, Regional Centre,
Bhuwnneshwar, Orissa.
2008:Young Sculpture Symposium Uttranyan, ABS Art
Gallery, Baroda.
COLLECTION
:J&K Cultural Academy. Jammu & Kashmir
:Rastriya Lalit Kala Kendra, Luknow, U.P
:Roli Books Publication, New Delhi.
:Hotel Taj Ganges, Varanasi.
:B.C.C.L. Birla Group, Garawa, Jharkhand.
:Om Shanti Bhawan, Mount Abu, Rajsthan.
:A.B.S. Art Gallery, Baroda.
:Many Private Collection in India and Aborad.
STUDIO
:Ram Chhatpar Shilpa Nyas, India.
Mahesh Nagar Colony, Samneghat, Lanka Varanasi-05


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