Aesthetics of Romesh Mistry at Amdavad Ni Gufa

Mother and child, abstract art, Romesh Mistry

Mother and child, a bond that is completely unadulterated. A relationship, where only love and affection is meant for existence. Where both the beings are same, their souls are same, their feelings for each other are same, but only their bodies are different. The Mother and Child theme of Romesh Mistry’s art certainly explains this beautiful attachment with vibrant colours, awestruck formations and picturesque designs. Romesh, who is an Ahmedabad based artist basically, plays with oil and dry pastels, watercolours and oil on canvas, paper, boards and other mediums. His abstract art is either handmade or digitally created.

Mother and child, abstract art, Romesh Mistry

The different posture in the paintings of mother and child explains how a mother is engrossed playing with her child but simultaneously also taking care that he is fully protected from every side. The different angles of curves and edges explain the nature of nourishment that a child needs for its flourishing future. The learnings that a mother delegates for her child’s growth is incomparably reflected in Romesh Mistry’s work.

Mother and child, abstract art, Romesh Mistry

Romesh strongly believes abstract art as an intensely vivid art form field, where he has contributed rigorously with his creations. The Labyrinth Series of Romesh is a detailed expression of art, inspired from the Greek civilisation. The choice of colours in every painting is carefully selected and is spread in a unique pattern. The precision of every stroke in the Labyrinth art is really important as it decides the base of painting. It truly reflects the artist’s emotions and how he consumes the environ in his mind.

Creative Yatra strongly suggests a visit to Herwitz Art Gallery at Amdavad Ni Gufa to experience the solo show of Romesh Mistry and get enriched and inspired with his creativity. The show opened on 10th of May, and will remain open till 15th of May, between 4 pm to 8pm every day.

Herwitz Art Gallery at Amdavad ni Gufa

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