Eknath Giram's distinctive style is expressionist, semi-abstract figurative. His paintings mainly reflect the moods, episodes from the life and times of Krishna.
At 4a Castletown Road, West Kensington, London
020 7381 3086/4608
For almost 15 years, Eknath C Giram has been painting Krishna and the devotional relationship between Gopis and Krishna.
Overwhelmed by the aspects of the personality of Krishna – like fame, beauty, power, wisdom, love, wealth and renunciation, he has also tried to capture and depict the romantic aspect of the divine relationship between the Gopis and Krishna.
His works are set in the sites of Vrindavan to depict the moods accordingly, the gopis, the cows, the flowers and the Vrindavan scenes all are about the beauty and love of Krishna.
Featuring calming bright colours, human forms that have an unmistakable tranquility around them and scenery that is muted and extremely subtle, has been painted with a brush that was dipped in divinity and glorious devotion.
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Wed 24th to Fri 26th Feb 2016, 11:00am to 7.00pm.
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