Lalitakala Akadami will showcase artist Annarapu Narender’s paintings that will depict life in a unique form of geometrical shapes.
Narender, who graduated from the JNFAU and did his masters in fine arts from SALA Mysore, took to art in his adolescent years after he was inspired by his father Ram Narayan. Thus, his canvas has been a representation of nodes of his life.
Inspired by Picasso, Ramkinker and Rabindernath Tagore, Annarapu constructed his objectives to create his unique style of representation by depicting the reality of life in the form of geometrical shapes.
His paintings transform into cubism with rich color texture and have strong brush strokes. which highly emphasize every phase of his life.
The peace of the world assembling the joy of happiness is perceived in music, art and dance which delineated in his paintings along with different moods and gestures — composing life. The way intuition is defined as the soul that speaks, his paintings are defined as the art that speaks the depth of life.
Talking about his personal life, he says, “I have worked as an art teacher and showcased my arts in various events and galleries such as Salarjung Museum, State Art Gallery in Hyderabad , Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai, among others.”
Others include: Chitrakala Parishad, Venkatappa Art Gallery in Bangalore,Lalit Kala Academy , All India Fine Art and Craft Society, National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi, Indian Art Festival in Mumbai in 2011. One of his paintings was selected by All India Art and Craft Society .
He started participating in exhibitions since he was pursuing bachelors. His main works include Modern Art, Cubism, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, Sketches on paper.
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