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Based on the concept of golden section and contemporary deconstruction. There is a odd one out, mysterious triangle in the form and the pattern painted on paper in acrylic resembles somewhat ultra sonic radio waves in the form of shells. The horse is drawn in pastels and painted in acrylic paint on mount card paper by Mahmood Hayat.
Painting:Acrylic on Paper
Size:39 W x 47 H x 0.1 D in
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I am a painter, who graduated from the oldest art institute in the subcontinent namely; the National College of Arts in 2007. My love for appreciating and finding inspiration in fine art started at an early age when I was introduced to traditional techniques of painting and finishing classical french interior products. Later on, I discovered my passion to learn about the techniques and how beautifully the old masters used to paint and draw figures. This path led me towards practicing the art of portrait, studying the old masters, and from there generating my own unique original expression. My artworks are influenced by the personal things which happen in my life and I am a silent person. The only way I can express my inner feelings is through painting them on the canvas or watercolors on paper, be that animal or human form. My focus is mostly on painting anatomy and figurative. Before I plan to lay it down on my canvas, I make sure that I have drawn my subject or sketch of my concept on a small piece of paper to understand and clear my concepts. This exercise makes me correct my proportions in understanding how to approach my subject on a large-sized canvas or paper. The references that I use for my artworks are sometimes my own documented images. Sometimes I use anatomical images from books or the internet searches and fuse them in my own composition since finding a nude model in Pakistan is near to impossible due to religious factors and threats. I also believe that while I am working with composition, at the same time I am drawing with knowledge from my past experiences and imagining how light falls to illuminate that subject. My intentions are not to simply paint a picture, but rather to paint a feeling. Whenever I am painting anything I dream and imagine a story that goes inside my mind. I render my subjects with the help of subtle shifts in light and apply harmonious warm colors to compliment my composition. The most important thing that matters to me is; How I can serve others? I believe the most valuable currency in life is how you make people around you feel when and when they view my paintings. How my skill, talent, and expression define who I am, and how people see me as that unique person with an original expression. I paint a certain subject and remove myself from that scene. How the viewer reacts to it, is not under my control.
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