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Canvasses of vibrant hues

Canvasses of vibrant hues
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Bose Krishnamachari’s exhibition of paintings titled ‘A Life In Vibrant Colours’ opened to public recently. The huge abstracts on canvas by Bose leave one mesmerised with the use of the most vibrant shades. A slash of hot pink is juxtaposed with deep red, blue, violet and bright yellow and there amid the hues one can identify what seems to be a distorted human body.

Bose Krishnamachari’s exhibition of paintings titled ‘A Life In Vibrant Colours’ opened to public recently. The huge abstracts on canvas by Bose leave one mesmerised with the use of the most vibrant shades. A slash of hot pink is juxtaposed with deep red, blue, violet and bright yellow and there amid the hues one can identify what seems to be a distorted human body.

Born in Kerala in 1963, Bose Krishnamachari studied painting at the Sir JJ School of Art, Mumbai, and received Masters from the Goldsmiths College, University of London. Krishnamachari was awarded by the Kerala Lalit Kala Academy, and also was the first runner up for the Bose Pacia Prize for Modern Art, New York in 2001, besides several other prestigious honours. The expo will go on until April 10 and be open to public between 1 pm and 9.30 pm.

Rajesh Touchriver and Sunitha Krishnan at the event

Bose Krishnamachari

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