Devidas Haribhau Agase
48 x 48 in
DEVIDAS HARIBHAU AGASE B 9 Aug.1986UG
I have completed my M.F.A in portraiture .During the college I focus in human figure study in all mediums ‘’A portrait painting depicts the image of a particular person but ‘’Portraiture painting’’ is pictorial representation of form . I have always try to create the self portraiture.
Polymorphism (from the Greek meaning "having multiple forms") is the characteristic of being able to assign a different meaning or usage to something in different contexts - specifically, to allow an entity such as a variable, a function, or an object to have more than one form. The word polymorphism means having many forms. In simple words, we can define polymorphism as the ability of a message to be displayed in more than one form.
In my recent works I deals with the struggle between the speculative and the moral complexities of life. My paintings are the testimony of my acrobatics of my own life. One of my painting titled ‘’Need says to dance with me”, or series of “Stage”, I draw the human figure as like the puppet and it controlled by unknown or to elaborate this, we can say it controlled by the circumstances. Eyes in my painting peeks me from outside to help surmount the maze. I believes in the process of expression. In fact the shades of experiences is the only backbone of every expression .To live, it requires playing the varied roles at the same time. Consequently, the strain or the relation of society and struggle to obtain even basic fundamentals; to respond this all polymorphism, I speaks out through my own Visualitics . In my visuals emotionally engaged but intellectually channelizing this knot. The treatment of colors and forms I used very simple but strait and up to the concept. Basically I like to plays with very limited magnitude of colors and forms still it makes successive dialogue within it. While I use a Varity of materials (mix media) and processes in each work my methodology is consistent. My influences are first and for most everything I see, feel and experience.
Courtesy of Roy Thomas