An Interaction with S. G. Vasudev

Date: 22nd May, '15

Venue: Sublime Galleria (see map)

Born in Mysore, Karnataka in 1941, S.G. Vasudev received recognition as a painter early in his career. While he was a student of the Government College of Art, Madras, he won the National Award from the All India Lalit Kala Akademi in 1967. Vasudev is also a founding member of the Cholamandal Artists' Village. Vasudev works in various mediums (drawings, paintings, reliefs in copper and tapestries in silk).

He became well-known for his "Vriksha" (Tree of Life) series, which evolved over nearly a decade, turning into the Tree of Life and Death in the latter half of the 1980s. He also explored the theme of "Maithuna" (Act of Love) through a series of drawings, paintings and copper reliefs.

He is one of the most prominent painters in Karnataka and has held art shows in many parts of the world and his works are in collections at various galleries. He has won many awards in India and abroad.

Join us in an interactive session with this acclaimed artist and learn all there is to know about fine art.

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