"images of the soul" paresh nrshinga new show starts 9th may 2015
9 May 2015 – 30 Jun 2015
tues - fri 9.30 - 5.30
sat 10.00- 4.00
Cost of entry
- The Old Probate Registry, 49 Cardiff Rd
- CF5 2DQ
- United Kingdom
Paresh Nrshinga is one of our most popular contemporary artists at Off the Wall. Images of the Soul reflects Paresh's deep understanding of movement & music combined wih colour & flair that make his works so vibrant & visual. Be sure to visit the gallery and feast your eyes.
From early childhood, Nrshinga was already absorbing colours, movements and sounds, transforming them into expressions and motions onto his sketchbooks. His travels around the world combined with his deep spirituality influence his unique paintings, which are masterpieces of original and exceptional talent. Inspired by artists such as Pollock, Warhol, Klimt and Picasso, Nrshinga's paintings reflect his flirtation with abstract expressionism. When viewing Nrshinga's work, the spectator can immediately perceive how strongly the artist expresses his feelings, memories and struggles. Through his passion for music he developed a unique flair of transferring and transforming the energy of sound onto canvas in the form of colour and movement - thus, creating the most vibrant visual effects. Nrshinga is a versatile and perceptive painter. His brushstrokes are free and spontaneous, concentrating on texture, gesture and ecriture. He delivers an edge through the recreation of the medium of paint and the exploration of new fields of colour and abstraction. His paintings are an adventure of self-discovery. Nrshinga has exhibited widely in galleries in France, Italy and across the UK. The young artist's work now features in many valuable private and corporate collections worldwide. He has worked together with established and prestigious brands such as Bang & Olufsen and has very successfully exhibited in London, New York, Dubai, Paris and Italy. His paintings are popular and continue to offer a unique experience of spirituality, music and passion through a journey of emotions and colours. His works have been shown at Off the Wall on several occasions and we are delighted to welcome him back.