Mrinal Dutt Is India’s Very Own Top Artist Telling Stories In His Latest Series – Divinity
Meet Mrinal Dutt a great artist from India embracing the creativity of traditional and modernization with a twist. Born in Ahemadabad,India, as an engineer he believes in giving equal justice to both fields. Dutt is a rising star and a well-known Artist who specializes in mixed media. Like many great talents, Mrinal is a self-taught artist and his inspiration comes from his mentor Sir MF Hussain.
“I completed my schooling at the Asia English School here in India and later graduated with a degree at Kalol Institute of Technology in electrical engineering. For as long as I could remember, as a young boy, drawing was my favorite hobby. Though my family didn’t encourage me to choose art as a field of study, nevertheless I followed my passion. To me being an artist was one of God’s gift to my purpose. So most of my early years were spent experimenting my craft and talent on paper”.
Born On: 25 April 1991
Birth Place: Kadi village,Gujarat
Living in: Ahmedabad,Gujarat
All illustrations, pen art, contemporary painting,
Realistic painting, mix media works using different mediums.
“After my work hours in the day, my time is greatly spent with my paintings. I certainly feel the most relaxed when I’m being creative” say Dutt.
The life that takes form in front of my very own eyes can never be put into words when I am in my element” Mrinal Dutt
“I started my journey by learning simple sketches. Wherever I am; I would make sketches and put my imagination into it. Although being a self-taught artist, I still strive to perfect my art and master it.
To me it is as though I am communicating my thoughts on canvas. I quote and believe that being an artist “we have the power to see the world differently”
He passionately states “Sketching is everything to me. In terms of colors, Black being my favorite, I also work and explore with other shades. I am inspired from day to day life and draw many paintings of architecture in abstract. I enjoy portraying my imagination through various mediums as it feels rewarding and I get to be adventurous in my work”.
“My latest theme is called Imagination from the Divinity series. My intention was to create a contemporary art series on divinity using ancient times history. So I combined lots of architectural details of temples and abstract art forms. The main inspiration were the temples which are our Indian ancient heritage”.
“We have the power to see the world differently” Mrinal Dutt
“Each of my painting took me many weeks to create and months to prepare. I started by creating the base and background, then applying paint directly on canvas. The rough outlines were drawn over with marker. Once this was completed, I would use ink and finish it off with acrylic paint. The life that takes form in front of my very own eyes can never be put into words when I am in my element”.
“This entire series are on Imagination as replicas of temples.The beauty is that, although it’s fiction, it makes you believe that such places really do exist. Each of these stretched canvas are created using acrylic colours and are sized at 36′ by 58’inch.
All of these creations are available for viewing on my Facebook page. And if you like to purchase or require customized commission art, you can email me directly”.
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