Amit won his first art award at the age of 5... and that was a long time ago! He re-committed to pursuing his passion some 3 years back and has not stopped since. He is skilled in both the abstract and in forms.. and his paintings are an endeavour to capture his experiences and the fabric of life which is ever changing and fluid. He loves to tell stories and there is a story behind all his works! His sold work includes commissioned pieces he has done for art collectors and art lovers in Canada and abroad. Amit lives in Toronto and is an awarded professional wedding photographer with a unique perspective - his work has been critically acclaimed and has featured in various magazines & publications. His work has been exhibited in: Best New Talent - 2019, Toronto Best New Submissions - 2019, Toronto (Elaine Fleck Gallery)
I am not just an artist - I am a story teller!!
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This painting is my second one in the series of "Nandi", Lord Shiva's bull from Hindu mythology. Nandi was Lord Shiva's ride and always stayed by his lords side. It is my imagination of Nandi being tamed by the blue light (which represents Shiva's power).. the dual heads represent how Nandi is torn between his masters calling and his wild nature.