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About the Artist

"Jeganathan Ramachandram, an established name in the art industry in Malaysia has been an active participant in the local art scene for more than a decade. His intuitive ingenuity and free spirited nature is the very foundation that has allowed him to produce great art works.His paintings are characterized by sublime images that seek to express the deep rooted impressions of the super conscious mind. Hence, every painting of his has a story to tell."

Insights - A Journey to the Beginning

Insights - A Journey to the Beginning

Date & Time : Sun 29 Jul - Mon 27 Aug 2007 (11am - 8pm)

Venue: Symbols House of Natural Art

"Insights- a journey to the beginning", showcases Jeganathan's most favoured subject, Ganesha, painted in various poses and moods. Using his same, unique dabbing method, twenty seven artworks on Ganesha have been painted through inspirations from within.

This exhibition is a little different compared to the others, as he was more relaxed while working, or in his own words, “surrendered” to the moment. He has also picked a special colour palate, using earthy colours like green, orange and black which dominated most of his paintings, giving them an ancient touch. He says it’s done to show reverence to nature and innocence.

Title: Window of God (Artist's Private Collection) (above pic)
Title: The Beginning (SOLD)(bottom pic)