Nishant Dange’s works in charcoal on paper are odes to female beauty. Drawing a fine line between the sensuous and the sensual, Dange’s figures are graceful; yet executed with confident, bold lines. Using dark charcoal, the artist adds drama to the moment, striking a contrast with the other colours on the surface. On the other hand, Dange’s depiction of hair, for instance, draws attention to his fine detailing and meticulous finishing.
B.F.A. from Govt. Chitrakala Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur, 2004
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This artwork depicts female beauty with iconic visual scene of butterflies
This female beauty painting is an outstanding work by artist Nishant Dange. His works in charcoal and acrylic are an ode to the ethereal female form in all its natural beauty and elegance. Dange’s bold and discerning figures fuse with intricate butterflies and birds. Using dark charcoal, the artist adds drama to the moment, striking a contrast with bold primary colors. He correlates emotional transition of a butterfly in various stages of its life to that of a young sensitive lady undergoing almost similar transformation in her life cycle. The work in charcoal on canvas with sheer hypnotic visual appeal duly provided by eloquent eyes, nice feminine face and form and an ethereal zone showing dappled butterflies certainly have a mesmerizing visual impact on all.