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SYED KASHIF AHMAD

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20100816013639-eyes_spectrum
EYES AGAINST SPECTRUM , 2009 OIL on CANVAS 30" X 24"
20100816013821-eye-breath_watching
BREATH WATCHING , 2009 OIL on CANVAS 30" X 24"
20100816013943-lady_princess
LADY PRINCESS , 2009 OIL on CANVAS 50" X 40"
20100816014253-storm_approaching
STORM APPROACHING...... , 2010 OIL on CANVAS 50" X 42"
20100816014225-the_concrete
THE CONCRETE , 2005 OIL on CANVAS 61" X 36"
20100816014403-that_burning_evening
THAT BURNING EVENING , 2004 OIL on CANVAS 55" X 35"
20100816015304-orange_wall
ORANGE WALL , 2007 OIL on CANVAS 70" X 40
20100816015409-golden_temple
THE GOLDEN TEMPLE , 2009 OIL on CANVAS 46" X 40"
20100816015505-goldsdcape
GOLDSCAPE , 2008 OIL on CANVAS 37" X 30"
20100816015553-elephants_warth
AN ELEPHANT'S WRATH , 2010 OIL on CANVAS 30" X 24"
20100816015639-constable
CONSTABLE , 2010 OIL on CANVAS 48" X 36"
20100816015743-cliff_of_normandy
CLIFFS OF NORMANDY , 2009 OIL on CANVAS 54" X 36"
20100816020223-rustic_boat
Landscape, 2007 ACRYLIC on BOARD 43.5" X 27.5
20100816020323-hillside_cottage
HILL SIDE COTTAGE , 2008 OIL on CANVAS 37" X 30"
20100816020552-the_exile
THE EXILE , 2002 PEN WORK/WATER COLOURS on PAPER 25" X 20",
20100816020713-camels_back_road
CAMELS BACK ROAD, MUSSOORIE , 2008 OIL on CANVAS 37" X 30"
20100816020835-sea_bed
Abstract, 2009 OIL on CANVAS 44" X 40"
20100816020951-the_other_world
Trees, 2005 PEN/PENCIL COLOURS on PAPER 17.5" X 14.5"
20100816021045-end_is_the_start
THE END IS THE START , 2004 Red 14" X 20"
20100816021139-a_silent_night
Nature, 2006 OIL on CANVAS 44" X 28"
20100816021230-red_light
RED LIGHT , 2008 OIL on CANVAS 51" X 40
20100816021331-innocent_in_woods
INNOCENT IN WOODS , 2004 OIL on BOARD 48" X 39"
20100816021427-the_cottage
THE COTTAGE , 2004 PEN and PAPER 18" X 15"
20100902012349-boston
AN EVENING IN BOSTON , 2010 36" X 24"
20140125103323-a14
Landscape 1
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Landscape 2
20140125103604-a12
Fruits
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Landscape 3
20140125103711-a10
Landscape 4
20140125103741-a9
Landcspae
20140125103835-a8
Seascape
20140125103910-a7
Landcspae 5
20140125103950-a6
Painting
20140125104017-a5
Landcspae 7
20140125104135-a4
Figure
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Landcspae 6
20140125104254-a2
Landscape 8
20140125104322-a1
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
LUCKNOW
Birth year
22 may, 1982
Lives in
DELHI(ncr)
Tags
abstract, landscape
Statement

I was born in 1982 in Lucknow, UP a state of India. I grew up with my parents and two brothers, though most of my life I lived out in hostels. In my early ages I grew up in beautiful surroundings of Mussoorie.

The images transferred on to the canvas here are replete with nature that substitutes the external one translating feeling and emotions. I strongly believe art should energize and revitalize you along with giving you peace and pleasure.

 

PART OF MY ACHIEVEMENTS

§         Solo Exhibition at Hotel Taj Palace, Delhi (July 2010)

§        “EYES AGAINST SPECTRUM” sold at Solo Exhibition Taj Palace

§        “BREATH WATCHING” sold at Solo Exhibition Hotel Taj Palace

§        “LADY PRINCESS” procured by Hotel Taj Palace

§        “STORM APPROACHING” purchased by a USA customer.

§         “THAT BURNING EVENING” sold in UK.

§        “THE ORANGE WALL” purchased by Absolutes BPO

§        “THE CONCRETE” part of 9th Indian Art Exhibition in Indonesia

 

     

             I always carried very specific eye for detail where ever I lived or worked. My creations share a love of realism and rustic pattern, mix of colors like blue, orange and grey that continues to be part of me.

 

            The creations are about the inner journey, one that portrays about a personal response to the landscape. Exploration, observation and careful thoughts are the key to success. Ideally there should be some interaction between size of the objects and horizon. Good composition is to judge what to leave out as it is and where to lay the detailing. For example, a greater depth of a field can be achieved by applying subdued colors and tones in the distance.

 

            I have a long relation with nature, probably since my childhood. I ask you, “where is the realism of yesterday?” One should not forget the way our forefathers use to tap it on their canvas.

Do you know the life they lived, the man made structures slowly creeping into the earth, smoke from the chimney of the mill floating up at an angle?

 

 

John Cage very well said, “We need not destroy the past. It has gone.”