Life can be defined from the example of line. The continuous line describes the aspect of our presence and existence. The line extends & symbolizes the ongoing travel towards the infinite. Likewise, our life is also a parallel journey of life, we travel through different circumstances and those passed away moments mark a line in our life. Love is among the mark which could shape a future towards a destination we prefer. We express & share the love and our longings through our lines and color – Love through the line…
This time we are come up with another show in the continuation of our love and art journey. This is our 3rd joint exhibition, meanwhile followed by Sublime Conjugation in 2017 & Affinity in 2019. Due to the condition of covid, this year we have planned to showcase our artwork through our domain sites. We have included our 20 miniature works including 3 on canvas among 1 in 4 square feet large canvas which is the collaborative artwork done by us. We appreciate your presence and would like to extend hearty thanks to you for visiting the show.
Ishan Pariyar (born 1984) a visual artist, has earned his MFA Degree in Painting from Central Department of Fine Art, Tribhuvan University in 2013. He is the recipient of ‘National Fine Art Award’ by Nepal Academy of Fine Art, ‘Creative Young Artist Award’ by Shiddhi Setuli Pratisthan, ‘Sita Shree Talent Award’ by Pant Memorial Academy, ‘Prashanta Memorial Scholarship Talent Award’ by Prashanta Memorial Society and numerous art prizes. Furthermore he has five solo shows in his credit including his solo exhibition ‘Reminiscences’ at Siddhartha Art Gallery in June 2019. His painting was selected in Asia’s prestigious 18th Asian Art Biennale at Bangladesh in 2018. His art practice includes performance and he has participated in 18th NIPAF ASIA series (Nippon International Performance Art Festival), Japan, Kolkata International Performance Art Festival India in 2016 & 2014, ‘Expression Expedition’ interdisciplinary projects by Luna Poets. Furthermore, he has participated in ‘Series of Performance Art in Kathmandu’ organized by Bindu space for artist. He was selected in AIR_MCUBE artist in residence by Gallery MCUBE in 2014 & ‘Artists Residency Program’ by Bindu space for artists’ in 2012. He has participated in various group shows, art workshops and Festivals in Nepal & abroad.
Sabita Dangol (born 1984) a visual artist based in Kathmandu Nepal holds Master’s Degree in Painting from Tribhuvan University in 2013. She is the recipient of ‘Araniko Youth Art Award’ from National Youth Service fund, ‘Best Nature Artist’ award during Art for Nature 4th International Art Workshop & Exhibition organized by RFWV (Relief Fund for Wildlife victim),WWF & Art Club in 2019. ‘Special Fine Art Award’ during National Exhibition of Fine Arts by Nepal Academy of Fine Art, Awarded from Camlin Art Foundation in Kolkata India, ‘Kumari Honors of Fine Art’ by Kumari Publication and JCI. First prize in ‘creative week’ Tri-Chandra College & Second prize in by NFSU, Lalitkala Campus. Her painting was selected in the prestigious ‘18th Asian Art Biennale’ Bangladesh at Shilpakala Academy, Dhaka & ‘India Art Fair 2018’ New Delhi. She has five solo exhibitions to her credit.Besides Painting, She is also a proficient performance artist, has performed more than 20 solo Performance Art. She was selected in artists’ in residence including AIR_MCUBE at Gallery MCUBE in 2014 and Artist Residency Programat Bindu space for artists in 2013. She has participated in various National & International group shows, workshop, Camp and Art Festival.