Located on the 8th floor,
Sky Bridge of UB City
In the heart of the
7 years of success
in fostering art culture
Opening Night: Friday, 10th March '17
Exhibition Date: 10th March '17 - 1st April '17
Timing: Mon to Sat: 11:00am - 8:00pm | Sun: Closed
Venue: Sublime Galleria
Milind Nayak is one of India’s finest artists whose proficiency spans across the mediums of oils, watercolours, pastels, and graphite. Serving as a banker earlier in his life, Milind today has his artworks adorning homes of collectors, and corporates, across the world. He has held over thirty five solo shows, including three shows in the USA, and has participated in group shows in France, London, and Singapore. Over the past fifteen years, he has established himself in the country, and abroad, through his artworks which appeal to the masses for their alive, intense, and volatile structure.
His current showcase of artworks, Eternal Spring, revolves around the beautiful, mystifying world of tress; their colours and textures dabbed in strong abstract strokes of oil and acrylic on wooden board. This series sees him disregard his existing styles and venture into something new. He extends his language of perception and lets go of all inhibitions by conceiving onto the canvas, these sceneries through the eyes of his 10 year old self.
His works, in general, have been known to hold a sense of raw and impulsive creative release, and carry a lyrical tone to them with the colours flowing naturally across the canvases of his choice.
So book the dates and be there for the vibrant exhibit by this renowned artist on the 10th of March, 2017, only at Sublime Galleria.
connnect with us
One Day in Spring by Milind Nayak #sublimegalleria #milindnayak #oilpaintings #bangaloreartscene #artworks… https://t.co/MkjwfraHRD
connnect with us
The improved consumption of and awareness of drones, or Unmanned Aerial Motor vehicles (UAVs), have triggered a prevalent discussion concerning their job application. The majority of this discussion has concentrated on their use by governing bodies, very often just for security and warfare. The concentration on the state’s use o Read More...