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VINAY SANE

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VINAY SANE

Born: 1963

Hometown: MUMBAI

Based in: PUNE

 

Born in Mumbai, India, in 1963, Vinay Sane is a self-taught artist. Vinay is enginner by education and early part of profession (B Tech and M Tech from IIT Bombay). Since the last 15 years he is a full-time artist.

Vinay predominantly works in Acrylic medium, but he is not averse to Oil medium. Vinay does semi-abstractive-landscapes, and pure play abstracts.

Vinay loves to paint. The fun and joy that colors bring to his thoughts and experiences inspire him to create something more meaningful and beautiful. A stroke of a brush or a shade of blue sets him on an arduous journey to scale the tall, tough summits in his mind. His paintings are a window into the deepest recesses of his mind. A painting is a vision in his mind's eye. The form that eventually takes shape on the canvas bears a colorful testimony to his passion, pain and a compelling urge to fill the canvas with his emotions and experiences. Painting is passion for him to express his innermost thoughts with a willing listener who will assess his mastery over the craft and more importantly, also listen to his language of love and hope. Vinay invites you to find your own meanings in his works. If they make you think, he would have achieved his objective!

Vinay has participated in many group Shows. Some of the prominent ones are: TRIO, Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Mumbai (2019), AMALGAMATION 4, Cymroza art gallery, Mumbai (2018). Musings, Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Mumbai (2017). Mostra d'Arte, LA MISERICORDIA NELLE CARCERI, CALOLZIOCORTE (LC), ITALY (2016). Signature tune, Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery, Mumbai (2015). Color of Spring, Cymroza art gallery, Mumbai (2013). Bajaj Monsoon show, Mumbai (2010).

Vinay’s collectors are spread across the globe.

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A whirlpool of thoughts

VINAY SANE, India

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US$ 1,600

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Misty valleys by VINAY SANE

VINAY SANE, India

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US$ 800

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Swimming towards light by VINAY SANE

VINAY SANE, India

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US$ 1,600

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Planet Mars by VINAY SANE

VINAY SANE, India

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US$ 1,100

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Turbulence by VINAY SANE

VINAY SANE, India

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US$ 600

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Love at first sight by VINAY SANE

VINAY SANE, India

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US$ 600

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Peace and tranquility by VINAY SANE

VINAY SANE, India

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US$ 400

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Jetty to nowhere by VINAY SANE

VINAY SANE, India

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US$ 600

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Form and dissolution by VINAY SANE

VINAY SANE, India

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US$ 1,760

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Walking Blissfully by VINAY SANE

VINAY SANE, India

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US$ 1,000

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Multifaceted by VINAY SANE

VINAY SANE, India

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About VINAY SANE


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What inspires you?

Vinay’s painting efforts have also been greatly influenced by the tranquil surroundings of his ancestral home in Wai, Maharashtra, INDIA, a place he keeps returning to, to spend many hours on the banks of the beautiful Krishna river. He finds peace and an inner spiritual experience through his abstract landscape paintings.


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Describe your creative process.

I work on two platforms. One platform is abstractive and impressionist ladscapes. I take inspiration from nature and try to depict it in my own way. Riding on the emotions of love and hope. The second platform is pure-play abstractive. I think about fundamental emotions such as hunger, love, peace and bliss. I work on these and come up with my own interpretation of these emotions. I also work on certain concepts such as soul, and mind and come up with my own interpretations.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Abstractive landscapes. Impressionist landscapes. Human emotions and moods.


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Rembrandt, Salvador Dali, Marcel Duchamp, Carlo Carra, Rene Magritte, Wassily Kandinsky, Renoir, Bhalchandra Mandke, Sadhana Raddi, Jehangir Sabavala, Amrita Sher-Gil


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Palette knives, flat brushes, and edge-smoothening cloths, and masking fluid at times.


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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

To work on your strengths and core-copetencies. Not to get disheartened by failures and try to achieve higher goals and excel in the execution of an artwork.


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Where do you go for inspiration?

Wai, my ancestral home town. Himalayas. Mountains and valleys. Rivers and lakes.

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