Samrat Ghosh, a resident of Dubai for the past 8 years, has spent the greater part of his life in Kolkata - the â€œCity of Joyâ€. A commerce graduate and a sales professional â€“ he also possess a great interest for the game of cricket and football and a penchant for music.
Bright colours in hues, careful outlines and soft shading, characterize Samratâ€™s artwork. He is an amateur and wishes to be the same.... as Edgar Degas said \" Painting is easy when you don\'t know how, but very difficult when you do \".......
â€œI have always enjoyed painting since my childhood. As long as I paint with the freedom that I enjoy, I never tire. Over the years, several ideas have dominated my consciousness. Like many I started with landscape paintings and now try other ideas and themes.â€
His Oil & Acrylic paintings initiated as a time pass during the early days of 2007, which very soon translated into his more serious weekend hobby. A self-taught painter, without any proper training, he has still been able to distort forms and create the stylization you see in his work today.
Vincent Van Gogh once said â€œI dream of painting and then I paint my dreamâ€â€¦. exactly the way Samrat wishes to continue with his creativity. From having just an idea to its final expression - every stage provides him with sheer excitement and delight
To Samrat â€œLife is just like painting, Draw the lines with Hope, Erase all the errors with Tolerance, Dip the brush in Patience and Colour the canvas of Life with Love.â€
1. Ramadan Night Market - Dubai World Trade Centre - 2012 (via InzaArt)
2. SCAFA - Jumeirah Lake Towers - Dubai - 2013 (via Kobo Art)
3. SPERA - Al Wasl Street - Dubai - 2013 (via Kobo Art)
4. Garden Centre \"Wall of Fame\" - Dubai - 2013 (via Kobo Art)
5. Canvas Talk - VISTA Rooftop - Dubai Internet City - 2013 (via Kobo Art)
6. Passion for Change - The Change Initiative - Dubai - 2013 (via Kobo Art)
7. The Clyde & Co - MENA Community Art Project - Dubai - 2013-2014 (via Kobo Art)
8. Vision of Women - Allaince Francaise - Dubai - 2013 (via Kobo Art)