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I am fond of painting although I am into advertising field. I love

to paint on spiritual subjects especially. Lord Ganesha is my

key source of motivation. It inspires me to do paintings on

Lord Ganesha and also gives me unending zeal and energy.

In this series, I have drawn some paintings on topics which are

presented in semi-realistic style and few of them are based on

abstract style. I have experienced & realized while painting

that 'Lord Ganesha' is the only mentor of my life.

I have explored Lord Ganesha's incarnations under different

titles like Urjaa, Karta, Daata, Bhakti, Modakpriya, Ashtavinayak.

Lord Ganesha's strengths, likings & contribution have

been exclusively presented through these paintings. There is

a suitable colour balance you will observe in these pictures

even though bright colours have been used primarily. There

are few paintings on Lord Buddha which are done in semirealistic

style. These paintings mainly talked about crux of life,

stories, morals, incidents which took placed in Lord Buddha's


My attempt is to always try to follow spirituality and convey

these thoughts through my series of paintings.

Vijay Nyalpelly

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Figurative art, sometimes written as Figurativism, describes artwork - particularly paintings and sculptures - that is clearly derived from real object sources, and are therefore by definition representational. "Figurative art" is often defined in contrast to abstract art: Since the arrival of abstract art, term figurative has been used to refer to any form of modern art that retains strong references to the real world. 'Figurativism' is not synonymous with figure painting (art that represents the human figure), although human and animal figures are frequent subjects. Nor is it a synonym of realist art.