Time and again Ravi Mandlik emphasized the influence that nature had on his life right since his childhood days. He has always affirmed that there is constantly something new being created in nature, it can bean extension of the previous one or a complete emergence of something that you ever wondered of.
His latest preview at Tao Art Gallery for a collection titled as “Burgeon,” epitomizes this very constant activity of life in varied forms and highlights the fact that there is no end to nature’s creativity.
Mandlik was clearly overwhelmed by the positive response that he got and said that, “I enjoy my creative journey because I believe being alive is nothing but a creative process in itself. Each step of my creative process is like a new breath, it infuses a lot of vitality. Nature always is full of creative processes trying to stir my soul and inspire the life in me.” His mesmerizing artworks clearly displayed the acclaimed artists’ talent. He further adds that, “Whenever I paint I expect the same life in my creation. As I discovered life within me is nothing but my work I started dedicating all my time to this creative journey.”
Kiran Rao and Aamir Khan are huge fans of Mr. Ravi Mandlik’s work and therefore Kiran personally visited the gallery to see his recent collection.
From Raell Padamsee representing the theater world to Sameer Mondal from the art circles, everyone was seen appreciating Mandlik’s ability and talent to epitomize nature in all his creations.
One can see how he has managed to capture the magnificence of creating something new and has contantly nurturedand even managed to expand it. In his works, he has embedded his own symbolic of the dynamism and love that nature abounds in. It is surely hard for one to be oblivious to his obvious creations and the message, that seems to be floating all around, in the air that we breathe, the expanse that we manifest ourselves; it is truly all encompassing andethereal in every sense.
His artworks are displayed at Tao Art Gallery till 22nd April from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.