Prof. BELE D.B
Senior Artist and Prof. D.B. Bele, a retired Professor of Sir J.J. School of Art, Mumbai, is an eminent artist, who has devoted more than 50 years of his life in the field of art. All types of paintings which he had created are the representation of his extra ordinary talent. His paintings such as sketches, figurative, portraits, concrete, abstract etc. are appreciated by various esteemed organization and government agency.
Prof. D. B. Bele who is a devoted teacher has seen many ups and down in his life which have been reflected in his every creation. He used to get involved with his students and had been loved by his students. Using his extra ordinary imaginative power, Prof. Bele had tried to depict reality of life in his creations. His innovative ideas in this field will always be helpful for young generation. Prof. Bele would be source of inspiration and motivation for those who are willing to explore in this field of art
Nivas Govardhan Kanhere has completed his Diploma in Art Education from J. J. School of Arts, Mumbai. He has a Government Diploma in Fine Art with First class with a Specialization in Portraits, from Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, Pune. He has won several awards like the Kalavart International Artist Camp Award, Ujjain, Kalavart All India Artist Award, Ujjain, 22nd V.V. Oak All India Artist Painting Competition, Pune. He has held solo as well as group shows in Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad and Ujjain. He has also participated in various camps.
His series which is being displayed at Bajaj Art Gallery , is titled, Colour Of Devotion And Love , based on eternal love of Lord Krishna and Radha, where he has depicted the varied emotions in bright and vivid colours. His works unfold the untouched side of Radha Krishna's love, bringing out the depth and dedication in them. According to him Radha and Krishna symbolize today's generation. He feels that the youth of today should learn the importance of devotion and selflessness from the life of Radha and Krishna. He also experimented with the colours for the decorative form of lord Ganesha in vibrant colours. A painting depicting Lord Ganesha in meditation.
Please note the Art Gallery remains closed on Thursday 26th January, 2017 on occasion of Republic Day.