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"BACKGROUND Founded in early 2003, The Gallery of Gnani Arts has been a local and regional trend-setter within its area of research, curation and collection expertise - South Indian contemporary art by masters and international artists. Apart from curating and marketing its primary collection of art by masters and senior artists, the Gallery continu"

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Incomparable Hug - 12

Jolly Luncheon

Nature - 21

Mother & I - 03

Horse - 5

Nature - 15

Eternal Companion Series

Pop Ganesha - 02

Cosmic Cycle

Ganesha Puja

Eternal Companion - 67

Woman with Pot

Incomparable Hug



Buddha Meets Ganesha PArticipating Artist
 

Umapathy

 

Umapathy received intensive training in the arts from the Government College of Arts and Crafts in Kumbakonam (South India). His drawings and paintings were launched in Singapore in 2011 through a significant solo exhibition that was presented by The Gallery of Gnani Arts. Umapathy has successfully participated in notable group and solo exhibitions in India and Singapore. Also, the spirited artist displays a deep involvement in Tamil Literature. This interest led to the creation of his very own poems (in Tamil) which usually carry a social message. He has also written and produced a short film in Tamil that was based on Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy of ahimsa (meaning ‘non-violence’, literally). 

[Announcement - The Gallery Of Gnani Arts - 2Ko - 2012]


Buddha Meets Ganesha Participating Artist
 

Siva Perakas

 

Siva Perakas, who has a keen interest in the realm of Digital Art, was trained in the discipline of Social Sciences in Australia and Singapore. Siva has been a dedicated Art Educator with Singapore’s Ministry of Education since the past fifteen years. Generally, themes associated with botany and sea-life excite Siva.

 

[Announcement - The Gallery Of Gnani Arts - 2Ko - 2012]


Buddha Meets Ganesha Participating Artist
 

Sarbani Bhattacharya

 

Sarbani Bhattacharya is armed with a Bachelor in Visual Arts from the famed Rabindra Bharati University in Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta). One of her paintings, under the theme of Mother and Child, was selected as ‘The Painting of 2005’ at the Gnani Arts Awards 2005 in Singapore. Having had participated in several group art exhibitions in Singapore since the past eight years, Sarbani’s first solo art exhibition was successfully presented in July 2010 at The Gallery of Gnani Arts. In 2010, Sarbani’s paintings were well-received in Kuala Lumpur at the Art Expo Malaysia 2010. Her paintings can be found in private collections in selected countries in Europe and Southeast Asia.

 

[Announcement - The Gallery Of Gnani Arts - 2Ko - 2012]


Buddha Meets Ganesha Participating Artist
 

Sangeeta Charan

 

Sangeeta Charan, who holds a Masters in Life Sciences, started to practise art even while pursuing a career as a Science teacher. Sangeeta, who is now dedicating all her time to painting, gains inspiration from the genres of Post Impressionism and Fauvism. Having had participated in numerous group exhibitions in Singapore (a country that has been her home for the past eighteen years), her paintings were well-received in the Affordable Art Fair (Singapore) in 2010 and 2011. Indian classical dance and ceramic sculptures are her other passion.

 

[Announcement - The Gallery Of Gnani Arts - 2Ko - 2012]


Buddha Meets Ganesha Participating Artist
 

Sagarika Sen

 

Mumbai-born Sagarika Sen, a qualified accountant, has been intensively practising art since the past fourteen years. Having had participated in numerous group exhibitions in Singapore and Taiwan, her paintings were well-appreciated in the Affordable Art Fair (Singapore) in 2010 and 2011. Sagarika, for whom art is a form of meditation, has donated some of her paintings to selected schools and charitable organisations as a form of assistance in the raising of funds.

 

[Announcement - The Gallery Of Gnani Arts - 2Ko - 2012]


Buddha Meets GAnesha Participating Artist
 

Maheshwari Arun

 

Singapore has been home to India-born Maheswari Arun for the past decade. Colours are indeed the principle catalyst for her creative inspirations, offering her a relentless and unlimited liberty to visualise her personal and professional encounters on canvas. Maheshwari, a lawyer by profession, received her training in the arts at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Singapore). She presented a successful solo exhibition in Singapore in 2012, and some of her paintings form a part of private and corporate art collections in the United Kingdom, India and Singapore.

 

[Announcement - The Gallery Of Gnani Arts - 2Ko - 2012]


Buddha Meets GAnesha Participating Artist
 

J. Kalidass

 

J. Kalidass is an Art Educator with Singapore’s Ministry of Education. Upon being trained in the art of painting at LASALLE College of the Arts (Singapore), Kalidass completed his Bachelors in Contemporary Arts at the University of Tasmania (Australia). Having had participated in several group art exhibitions in Singapore, Kalidass’ first solo art exhibition was successfully presented in April 2010 at The Gallery of Gnani Arts. Recently, Kalidass effectively launched his artworks in Hong Kong, Korea and Australia.

 

[Announcement - The Gallery Of Gnani Arts - 2Ko - 2012]


Buddha Meets Ganesha: An Aesthetic Congregation of Two Global Iconsis indeed the first art exhibition at the new gallery space of The Gallery of Gnani Arts (founded in 2003) in Tanglin Shopping Centre. The shopping centre is one of the oldest in Singapore and it is undoubtedly a haven for art and antique.

Being inevitably encapsulated within the realm of popular images, we are certainly acquainted with the visual possibilities deriving from Ganesha, the popular Hindu god, and the Buddha, the ultimate epitome of divine/spiritual enlightenment. However, this contemporary art exhibition is neither about the re-contextualisation of traditional images nor is it about any controversial comparison between religious/mythological beliefs. Indeed, this first-of-its-kind exhibition, which was conceptualised two years ago by curator Vidhya Gnana Gouresan, is about the participating artists' creative yet sensitive treatment of the many perspectives in which the mighty concepts of the two global cultural icons can combine aesthetically on a philosophical, art historical or a purely visual basis. All of the seven participating artists are based in Singapore. 

Buddha Meets Ganesha is being presented at The Gallery of Gnani Arts at #01-17, Tanglin Shopping Centre, 19 Tanglin Road, Singapore. Exhibition hours: 10am to 7pm (Mon to Sat), 10am to 6pm (Sun). Exhibition opens on 3 May 2012 and ends on 16 May 2012. For enquiries, call 6735 3550, 9850 4006. Visit www.gnaniarts.com.

[Announcement - The Gallery Of Gnani Arts - 3Ko - 2012]


We invite all Artist to be part in Buddha Meets Ganesha: An Aesthetic Congregation of Two World Icons, a 14-day special exhibition, that will commence on 3 May 2012 and will end on 16 May 2012. The exhibition will be showcased at The Gallery of Gnani Arts, situated at #01-17, Tanglin Shopping Centre, 19 Tanglin Road.

 

We have no doubt that as an artist you are indeed well-acquainted with the visual possibilities deriving from Ganesha, the popular Hindu god, and the Buddha, the conventional personification of divine/spiritual enlightenment. However, your creative excitement lies in your sensitive yet delightfully controversial treatment of the perspective in which the two mighty concepts combine mellifluously, on a visual, philosophical or art historical basis.

 

We are currently in the process of selecting Participating Artists for the exhibition, as we would prefer to commit to a fixed number of artists and artworks for the exhibition, due to curatorial and practical reasons (between seven and ten participating artists). If you are interested kindly contact us via email at maricar@gnaniarts.com or on 6735 3550. We will be sending you the Artist Participation Agreement for you to read further through our Terms & Conditions. If the terms are acceptable for you kindly revert to us by the stipulated date in the Agreement.

                                                                                                   

For further information, please feel comfortable to contact us via email or on 6735 3550.

 

Thank you, and we look forward to your keen participation.

 

[Announcement - The Gallery Of Gnani Arts - 3Ko - 2012]


Closing-Down Sale on Fine Art 

Farewell to our gallery at The Regent Singapore

 

1 - 15 Feb 2012, between 2pm and 6pm

The Gallery of Gnani Arts, #01-05, The Regent Singapore

 

 

By the end of February we will say goodbye to our Regent gallery but before that we would like to invite you to visit for the last time our closing-down sale at The Regent Singapore. We are having this sale on selected artworks in order to accommodate our next strategic phase. Every artwork in this sale collection is priced at SGD 1000 or less.  You can also view the collections on sale at our online exhibition on our website or click on this link http://www.gnaniarts.com/new/gallary/online-exhibition to go there.

 

Indeed, this is the perfect opportunity to grab an original painting or drawing at their lowest prices ever. Again, I would like to remind you that the actual sale collection is on physical display at #01-05, The Regent Singapore from 1 February to 15 February 2012, between 2pm and 6pm. (We would appreciate it if you could kindly note that we will accept cash or cheque payments only.)

For further concerns please do not hesitate to contact us, you can email us at maricar@gnaniarts.com or call us at 6735 3550.

 

Thank you and have a nice day.

 

 

The Gallery of Gnani Arts

[Announcement - The Gallery Of Gnani Arts - 3Ko - 2012]


BACKGROUND

Founded in early 2003, The Gallery of Gnani Arts has been a local and regional trend-setter within its area of research, curation and collection expertise – South Indian contemporary art by masters and international artists. Apart from curating and marketing its primary collection of art by masters and senior artists, the Gallery continues to launch the careers of a selective number of artists from Singapore (where it is based) and from other parts of the globe. Clients of The Gallery of Gnani Arts include the Singapore Art Museum of the National Heritage Board (Singapore) and numerous corporations and individuals in Europe and Southeast Asia.

In the Tamil language, the word ‘Gnani’, pronounced as ‘Niyani’, refers to one who is enlightened, spiritually or intellectually.


Location:#01-17, Tanglin Shopping Centre, 19 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247909

Contact no: 6735 3550

Email: maricar@gnaniarts.com

[Biography - The Gallery Of Gnani Arts - 2Ko]








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