Chandramohan Kulkarni has travelled extensively through the coastal regions of Konkan, in Maharashtra. Not only has he immersed himself in this region’s natural beauty, but he has dwelt amongst its hard-working populace. He has closely observed the lives of its people, and lived it too, and he has explored the relation between these folk and the seas.
About the Author
For artist Chandramohan Kulkarni, Pune has been home ever since he was born there.
Whether it is the artistic merits, or the thought behind his paintings his arts has come a long way of looking at human beings and their relationships.
This sensitive artist has made major contributions to contemporary Marathi literature. His style, which is by nature unbound, cannot be fit into rigid compartments; nor has he allowed himself to be fettered by technicalities.
For more than three decades, he has freely roamed the reaims of drawing and painting, sculpture, photography, typography calligraphy, editorial art, graphic art, digital graphics, art direction, writing, print media, and advertising. His work is making its mark even in the newer fields of electronic media and theme parks.
It is not surprising that his fame has spread throughout India, and abroad too.
His paintings can be found in the collections of individuals, institutions, and government bodies and his work has been honoured everywhere.
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