converse : Art of Clutter :




converse : Art of Clutter :
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For the benefit of new members : My Statement :

Organization of elements in nature appear to be a confused collection, a clotted mass and a rummage of disarray. Each one is delicately, precisely, aesthetically balanced. They serve a purpose of life, a purpose to life, an aim of supporting life for the lifetime. It is only glimpses of such visuals are available with ever changing nature. The seasons, day after day, years after years, create themselves an orchestra of visuals. While rains bring in green, drought bring on the sorrow of misery. Fall spreads the joy, clouds make minds to expect.

I have been trying to see art through nature, a challenge for accustomed aesthetics and compositions. Every clutter out there in the beautiful world of nature pose questions to me. The fuddle of elements in nature living or dead evokes my senses, These visuals smother me to ask the purpose of their existence. I see them as themselves.The randomness of each element placed in nature do not necessarily mean disorder for me. Order is an internal thing forced in our lives. Such in-congruences throw up possibilities of alternative aesthetics and challenge to search for inner meanings and emotions nature has.

I have braved to show nature as pieces of art that challenge the conventional order - a response of my senses to the world of clutter.

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Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Thu May 22, 2014 8:48 pm

It takes several years of experience to appreciate and see inside the apparent clutter RD. It takes time to wonder about those crisscrossing branches and its purpose.. I think you have showed us some inherent simplicity in those apparent complexity in some these creations of yours...

Ganesh H. Shankar
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