Note : Artist Ramchandra Pokale manages to resonate that chord of happiness that comes with sitting on a swing, be it in the cradle of infancy, the childhood thrills of swinging on a school gate, the sheer abandon of gripping a swaying branch for an impromptu joyride, or a pensive moment of adolescent yearning for romantic love, cadenced on a swing. Through his varied depictions of human forms in swinging movements, Pokale seems to get to the source of the creative expression, where each work in its painterly richness has an underbelly of continuity, meditation, insightfulness and reflection on the power of small things to invoke joyousness in the human soul.
Note : Madhumita Bhattacharya uses Buddha as the primary subject as that means serenity to her. She first created a splash into the industry with a group show in Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata in 2007. She will be participating in India Art Festival in November this year in Mumbai. She has a Solo Show coming up in Nehru Centre AC Gallery in 2017.