MUSKAN YADAV

UNDERGRADUATE // PAINTING

Artworks

Micro and Macro
Micro and Macro

Acrylic on canvas board 4x4 inches (15 nos.)

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Micro and Macro
Micro and Macro

Acrylic on canvas board 4x4 inches (15 nos.)

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Pattern in living
Pattern in living

Poster colors on paper 18 nos. (various sizes A3,A4,A5)

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Pattern in living
Pattern in living

Poster colors on paper 18 nos. (various sizes A3,A4,A5)

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Life cycle
Life cycle

Mix media (acrylic and soft pastel on board) 12x12 inches (4 nos.)

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Life cycle
Life cycle

Mix media (acrylic and soft pastel on board) 12x12 inches (4 nos.)

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Versions of me
Versions of me

Mix media on canvas 29x24 inches

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Versions of me
Versions of me

Mix media on canvas 29x24 inches

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Untitled
Untitled

Embroidery with wool on cloth 10 inch embroidery hoop

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Untitled
Untitled

Embroidery with wool on cloth 10 inch embroidery hoop

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Artist's Statement :

The constantly changing environment of mine, shifting and adapting according to its surroundings led me to create an artwork. I try to form that interconnectedness between artistic creation, colors and audience. The original elements that are irrelevant, even contradictory and antagonistic, give me inspirational sparks and ideas. I believe in art as an expression and a medium to express yourself. Color may be the most important tool one can use to express themselves, share their beliefs, convey a message and transform viewers intellectually and emotionally. I use complementary and analogous colors to create a sense of energy that indicates the complexity and bold contrast of harmony and balance. I use arbitrary colors to paint what I express when I see something instead of something which is there right in front of me. In my paintings, colors, textures and shapes create a psychic vibration which leads the viewer's attention and combined space makes it revolve around the whole canvas. My ideas generally revolve around nature life cycles present within it, different patterns and forms hidden in small things and void spaces. Nature is more complex than it looks. Everything we see has so many layers in it, the deeper we dig, the more complex it gets.