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This website allows you to visit the world of an
artist, Prabal Pramanik. This world is a realm of many hues, shapes and forms that
materialize his feelings and emotions.
Different phases of his life, influences of various places and environments on his life
from the creative aspects have been displayed on this website.
This site is being designed so that it will show the life of the artist through his art
and will grow with his life.
Prabal Pramanik is an artist and writer too, so a lot of his writings find place in this
website also. You can browse through this website with the ease of reading an illustrated
Prabal Pramanik is a versatile artist who works in
various mediums with equal ease. He has his original style and presentation of forms that
allow a high level of aesthetic excellence.
Prabals creations find concrete expressions through paper cuttings, colour works and
drawings forming his own world of art that he shares with art lovers all over the world
through his exhibitions, books and websites.
He has an art complex at village Bhamlada in the heart of the Himalayan foothills.
In my life of controversies, calamities, and
cautionless gambles, art remains a steady factor allowing me to overcome all the
self-contradictions only in one single aspect - creativity.
Creativity for the sake of the joy of creation, just because I cannot stop or help being
involved in creative activities, though I had to battle against immense obstaceles
Some may like my works, some may not, but pleasing others is a factor that Im least
concerned with when I work to please myself.
Art exhibitions give a vent to my inner thoughts in public and indeed Ive found that
some people at least feel happy when viewing some of my works. Perhaps, these renderings
may make you happy too.
Prabal Pramanik ©
In other worlds
I had been often asked by many people what inspired
me to create. Amusing as the question seemed, it was never possible to give comprehensive
answer to this query, as the word inspiration means many things to an artist.
To each and every artist who creates for the joy of creation the word inspiration
signifies his own personal angle of acceptance of his or her environment and gives strange
shapes to the word joy often allowing it abstract rationale that may connote
intense pain too.
Creative impulse is as deep as existence which may have different meaning for each
individual despite of the basic similarity in most physical demands.
So the world of each artist is a world by its own right having its joys and sorrows and
its own perimeter.
Individual temperament, experience and aptitude differ greatly from one individual to
another and artists are not exceptions to this rule.
Only difference is that an artist gives concrete shapes to his emotions by expressing them
in a creative manner.
Very often, thoughts and feelings that seldom or never find a vent in everyday world of
social values find expressions in various forms of art in many apparent and non-apparent
As it depends on each individual temperament how it would react to a certain environment,
the diversity of each artists world is immense, even in a limited area.
What may create a feeling of closeness in one may amount to nausea in other person.
The expanse and depth of the material world provide multi faced prism-like effect on each
artists creative expressions and may improve or diminish according to practice and
experience. Circumstances and the conditions the artist is exposed to are important also.
It is never possible for an outsider to penetrate fully into the individual solitude of
the world of an artist and much less by just asking him to emphasize on
inspiration behind his works.
But, the works themselves a say a lot, if not all, about his world and that message
travels much further than the artist himself.
The world of the artist asserts dimensional gains over the material world by providing the
other a cause for its existence.
(From the published book, The images, reflections on life and
art by Prabal Pramanik)