It is all about figurative form of painting which brings alive the human expressions and environment at artist Binoy Varghese’s ongoing solo painting exhibition “Let a 100 flowers bloom”.
Being showcased at the Palette Art Gallery in the national capital, the show is a suite of 16 canvasses that celebrate the ethos of all communities using vibrant colours. The paintings reflect the power of figurative works for the essence of beauty, sunlight and silence that stream out from the canvasses of Verghese.
Figurative forms come with ease and elegance in his paintings as he creates a sonata of feminine grace within which also reflects agony and pain that exists in the lives of people. People and places,different castes and creed everything combines into a confluence in his paintings of communities that celebrate above all the beauty of the human spirit.
“The traditional live orchestra and the singers all dressed in their beautiful attire is what fascinated me. I took photographs of this scene,I came back and translated these photo realist images on to canvas. Yes when I create a composition my choice of colours and the expression on the faces ,the materials of their clothes and vibrant palette that I see becomes important and vital,” Varghese said.