Acts of Faith VI By: Viveek Sharma

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For Sharma, the act of painting is an act of faith. The brush is his tool in the meditative practice of realising the fullness of an image. Layer by layer, the forms emerge from the canvas, becoming voluminous characters. They are anonymous - sadhus, women and men ubiquitous with the idea of spiritual seeking. Their multi-hued skins, lined with wrinkles and coated with sacred powders, crowned with straggling matted hair, reflect wisdom, thought and emotion. Each face in itself becomes part of an intricate biological topography. The graded pointillism allows for the freshness of form; an ever fluctuating pattern of colour touching the eye’s retina.
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    • Acrylic
    • GIN-1125-137
    • 32
    • 24
    • Cardboard box
    • Original One-of-a-Kind
    • No
    • Archival Paper
    • Horizontal
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  • Details:

    • Acrylic
    • GIN-1125-137
    • 32
    • 24
    • Cardboard box
    • Original One-of-a-Kind
    • No
    • Archival Paper
    • Horizontal

About

For Sharma, the act of painting is an act of faith. The brush is his tool in the meditative practice of realising the fullness of an image. Layer by layer, the forms emerge from the canvas, becoming voluminous characters. They are anonymous - sadhus, women and men ubiquitous with the idea of spiritual seeking. Their multi-hued skins, lined with wrinkles and coated with sacred powders, crowned with straggling matted hair, reflect wisdom, thought and emotion. Each face in itself becomes part of an intricate biological topography. The graded pointillism allows for the freshness of form; an ever fluctuating pattern of colour touching the eye’s retina.