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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."

Preserve Nature - Do Not Destroy it..

Venue: Petronas Gallery, Level 3, KLCC
Year: 2005

To Jeganathan Ramachandram, nature has always been a part of him. He believes that everyone should play their part in preserving Mother Nature as She is slowly disappearing, in the name of progress and development.

In this residency programme, Jeganathan, through his Malaysian perspective presented a strong blend of photography, plant diorama and even juvenile impressions depicting nurture and destruction. Through his paintings, he has shown his differing styles focusing on trees in conventional as well as impressionist approaches.

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Visitors were also given an opportunity to meet Jeganathan in person.


Above: One of the posters designed by Jeganathan

Left: One of the

Below: Jeganathan in a session with some visitors.