Journey to Peace towards Khumb Mela 2020

I do figurative works, the medium used are Acrylic on Paper or Canvas, Charcoal and Ink/Pen Drawings. My works are Bright and colour used are direct from the pallet. Enjoy doing bright and colourful works for which I usually choose my theme and subject which has more naturally bright objects colours like the costumes wore by the persons, their possessions, ornaments they carry, their belongings and the surroundings where they live and spend most of the time. As an Artist it makes my work unique from others and the Subject chosen are very interesting for me. In this series of Fortune Teller/Yogis/Fakirs, they are the persons I usually see them around the temples, dharga and pilgrim places. Maximum time they spend near these places and are very interesting subject for me to portray them and compose them in my canvas. I consider them as they are the people of god living under the shelter of god always seen in and around these places, where people hardly go in these busy generation time

Journey to Peace towards Khumb Mela 2020

I do figurative works, the medium used are Acrylic on Paper or Canvas, Charcoal and Ink/Pen Drawings. My works are Bright and colour used are direct from the pallet. Enjoy doing bright and colourful works for which I usually choose my theme and subject which has more naturally bright objects colours like the costumes wore by the persons, their possessions, ornaments they carry, their belongings and the surroundings where they live and spend most of the time. As an Artist it makes my work unique from others and the Subject chosen are very interesting for me. In this series of Fortune Teller/Yogis/Fakirs, they are the persons I usually see them around the temples, dharga and pilgrim places. Maximum time they spend near these places and are very interesting subject for me to portray them and compose them in my canvas. I consider them as they are the people of god living under the shelter of god always seen in and around these places, where people hardly go in these busy generation time

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Dhan Prasad

India

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BIOGRAPHY
Dhan Prasad (15th January 1975, Hyderabad – India). My journey of painting started by learning it from my schooling under the guidance of my Guru Sri. T. Vaikuntum. Right from the schooling it was my first Senior Art Certificate Examination in the year 1987 Conducted by Government of Bhopal. Drawing Lower Grade Examination in the year 1988 by Govt of AP, and Higher Grade Examination in the year 1992 conducted by Govt of AP. Joined JNTU College of Fine Arts, Hyderabad in the year 1994 to pursue my higher education in Fine Arts.

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