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Emerging Artists
Indranil Mukherjee

Artist Indranil Mukherjee A structural designer of bridges by profession, Indranil nurtures his passion towards art since childhood. During school days, he managed to procure few hours of weekly classes at Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata, where he was groomed in fine arts for ten years. Right after his higher secondary, he left his hometown for his enginnering degree in Bengaluru. The journey starts thereafter, and he travelled many cities within the country, presently residing in Mumbai. No matter where he is, he always stay in touch and constant practice of his passion.

Indranil loves to sketch, no matter where he is. Just a pen and a paper makes him feel accompanied. Old buidings and antiques always makes him feel curious and attentive. He loves to watch art exhibtions, interact with the artists and exchange ideas. In his constant attempt to promote art, he originated a group VIBGYOR along with three more like minded friends in 2012, which runs parallely in Kolkata and Mumbai. Through VIBGYOR, Indranil organizes various events related to painting, photography and heritage, which motivates and influences enthuciasts to add wings to their talents and know the unknown facts of a known place. He loves to travel, and document the culture and lifestyle of the place.

Highly influenced by Rathin Mitra, Indranil enjoys to use pen and ink to sketch city life and absconded buildings. Pencil and charcoal are his next favorites as a medium to chose. He also enjoys making glass paints, in various techniques. Jamini Ray’s ganesha series and Bikash Bhattachrya’s feminine postures in oil always motivate him to experimen with his imagination and play with colours and pencils over the white spread of the drawing sheet.

 

  • Abandoned, Painting by Indranil Mukherjee
  • A slice of Elephnta, Painting by Indranil Mukherjee
  • Colony Lane, Painting by Indranil Mukherjee
  • The Lily Pool, Painting by Indranil Mukherjee