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An abstract composition is a joy to behold; for its every look and feel generates new imagery… I once read that an abstract painting isn't finished yet if the first thought that comes to the mind of the viewer is analytical. Then again, it is firmly believed that abstraction comes from realism. Only when an artist is able to perceive and portray realism in his work can he accomplish a good abstract.
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An abstract composition is a joy to behold; for its every look and feel generates new imagery… I once read that an abstract painting isn't finished yet if the first thought that comes to the mind of the viewer is analytical. Then again, it is firmly believed that abstraction comes from realism. Only when an artist is able to perceive and portray realism in his work can he accomplish a good abstract...Click on the image to read more>>

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16th - 22nd Sept.’13: Pradarshak presents “Melange” Watercolour on Paper by Shefali Shah.

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7th - 19th July'14: Pradarshak presents “Vidyarthi Vishesh 2014” – The Annual Student Art Exhibition Phase I – Landscapes. Strong watercolour washes, knife strokes, oils and acrylics on varied mediums constitute a range of eye-catching paintings ranging from as low as Rs.1000/- to a maximum of Rs. 18000/- waiting to be picked up.http://www.gallerypradarshak.com/2014/07/on-view-at-pradarshak-students-special.html

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7th - 19th July'14: Pradarshak presents “Vidyarthi Vishesh 2014” – The Annual Student Art Exhibition Phase I – Landscapes. Strong watercolour washes, knife strokes, oils and acrylics on varied mediums constitute a range of eye-catching paintings ranging from as low as Rs.1000/- to a maximum of Rs. 18000/- waiting to be picked up. Ideal for gifting or simply to be enjoyed on your own walls! http://www.gallerypradarshak.com/2014/07/on-view-at-pradarshak-students-special.html

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The freedom of expression, medium and form is the essence of contemporary art”, says Shefali and being a contemporary artist, not lending herself to traditional forms of Indian art, she prefers the former medium of conveying herself.

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Colour and form, both significant tangible elements in fine art, also form the basic premise of take-off in case of an abstract artist. Shefali, young and upcoming, just a single solo exhibition old, strives to express herself in a similar vein, playfully flirting with colour and form; conveying her musings to her captive audience.

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