Visual Communication of Human Craving

There are as many distinct sensibilities as there are great artists. We find that the avant-garde painters can be made to fit into the present century. When we compare the styles of Indian contemporary artists, the only common denominator is “Individualism remains dominant”. Perhaps more so today than ever before.

Jayanth Manda a professional painter - his paintings depict the specific specimens of major trends and traditions in Indian contemporary cultural confluence. They are visual embodiments of his emotional experience. They communicate through the medium of color and form, the predominant prevailing climate and cultural cross currents in the present art scenario. The skillful handling of the medium to explicitly express his emotional experience (the human craving conveyed in his paintings leave an indelible imprint on the minds of the viewer.

His paintings appeal the connoisseurs of creative art. Their appreciation and patronage in promoting the cultural heritage of Indian contemporary art will provide the necessary spirit, practice and achieve qualitative universal appeal.

As a practicing artist, he believes that the principal means of visual art is communicating perhaps mainly ideas that are not inherently pictorial under the colorful costumes of contemporary society there exists the same humanity that now needs creative expression in order to preserve our cultural heritage for the future generation.

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Dr. M. Jayanth

Born in Hyderabad in 1939, after preliminary practice in the art of drawing and painting at local schools, joined Sir J. J. School of Arts, Mumbai and obtained Diploma in Painting in the year 1964. Studied Mural techniques at faculty of Fine Arts M. S. University, Baroda, under the guidance of Professor. K.G. Subramanyan...more

Current Events

Exhibition of paintings at Muse Art Gallery, Marriott Hotel Hyderabad, from 22nd October to 14th Novemeber 2010
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Exhibition of paintings at Hyderabad Rasoi, Devarabisinahalli, Sarjapura Marathalli Outer Ring Road, Bangalore till 30th July 2011