My work depicts varying moods.My works are marked with brand of vast landscapes,urban Scape,scenes embedded with Architectural arrangements. Serenity prevails all around. Mountains ans isolated forms and Reflections, without habitats are often seen in my works. Wider skies are filled with graded tones and Texture that catches and spells the magic on the viewers.some times the mood of the work is so intense that one feels the artist is in solitude and wants to wander in search of space and only space.

Website: http://pictify.com/user/prabhinderlall

Title of work Midnight Serenity
Size of work ( either cm or inches) 36×36 inch

Style : Abstract
Technique, Medium & material used Acrylic on Canvas

Date work was completed (only submit work of the current year) 14 .08.2013

4 Comments on “midnight-serenity24x24-inchacrylic-on-board-1359299539_b”

  1. The painting offers the feel of passage of time and it seems to offer glimpses of happenings that are only personally understood. The angles play well with the light and with more organic lines.

  2. Thanks so much for your submission. I love the colors that your have used; vibrant and almost pure. Each individual square works very well on its own as a composition. Altogether, the image reads as lots of motion. Each side seems to bounce off the other side. I believe this may have been your intention; to create a space that is not easily entered by the viewer and thus represents your solitude as an artist. I look forward to seeing more of your art work!

  3. I love the use of colour. The painting is exciting, vibrant and dynamic. The segments all different but well connected. The painting has warmth and depth. I look forward to seeing more of your work.

  4. The white overwhelms the piece. Its prevalence kills the textural and tonal habitat to my viewing. I find it functions more like a marksman’s sniper field forcing the viewer to see more field of white than the work in its otherwise interesting dexterity. I see whiteout rather than reflections and deflates the intensity. I find the work literally hard to look at which is a shame as I would prefer to explore it more than it allows.

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