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Ella Prakash

Pune, India 18 Followers

About Artist

Ella Prakash – Indian artist born and brought up in Bahrain she fills it with her own colourful paintings in oils, watercolours and acrylics. Ella believes in the power of original art works to create an atmos...

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Ella Prakash – Indian artist born and brought up in Bahrain she fills it with her own colourful paintings in oils, watercolours and acrylics.

Ella believes in the power of original art works to create an atmosphere in a home or blank space that no print of a popular painting ever could. Her abstract figures paintings present the world as if seen through a prism, with bold colours parcelled out into geometric forms that offer fleeting, exhilarating glimpses of bodies, streets and still life’s. The geometry of the Cubist aesthetic that’ structures the Bahrain-based artist’s enigmatic compositions recalls works by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. In Ella case, however, the choice of colours achieves a markedly different effect. Each interlocking, overlapping, super-imposed and contrasting hue provokes a different reaction in the viewer, as if we’re not looking at a single canvas, but rather a whole range of artworks contained within one. The spectacular rhythm of colours, lines and brushstrokes infuses each subject with irrepressible inner dynamism.

She believes that every work of art must carry a message .She shares the knowledge that she has gained along the years through teaching, hoping to help change lives along the way. She paints to influence people and show them the success that lies ahead of them. She continues to seek ways to led to the development of her signature artistic theme expressed with her emotions. Her permanent collection is in Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art- Las Vegas also her work has exhibited and appreciated in the leading Art Galleries in USA and Europe.


[Video - Ella Prakash: Mystical Lines And Shapes Grown To Perfection]



“I am a contemporary figurative artist and through my art, I love to express my strong feelings by capturing beauty, strength and empowerment of women. I mostly paint in acrylic, using transparent layers, small cubism, using bold colours and geometrical patterns or form. The technique that I use is mystical lines, shapes and perspective designs with soft colours and also using light and dark tones. My paintings speak about how I feel. It is a symbol of growth and perfection.”


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  • About Artist



    Ella Prakash – Indian artist born and brought up in Bahrain she fills it with her own colourful paintings in oils, watercolours and acrylics.

    Ella believes in the power of original art works to create an atmosphere in a home or blank space that no print of a popular painting ever could. Her abstract figures paintings present the world as if seen through a prism, with bold colours parcelled out into geometric forms that offer fleeting, exhilarating glimpses of bodies, streets and still life’s. The geometry of the Cubist aesthetic that’ structures the Bahrain-based artist’s enigmatic compositions recalls works by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. In Ella case, however, the choice of colours achieves a markedly different effect. Each interlocking, overlapping, super-imposed and contrasting hue provokes a different reaction in the viewer, as if we’re not looking at a single canvas, but rather a whole range of artworks contained within one. The spectacular rhythm of colours, lines and brushstrokes infuses each subject with irrepressible inner dynamism.

    She believes that every work of art must carry a message .She shares the knowledge that she has gained along the years through teaching, hoping to help change lives along the way. She paints to influence people and show them the success that lies ahead of them. She continues to seek ways to led to the development of her signature artistic theme expressed with her emotions. Her permanent collection is in Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art- Las Vegas also her work has exhibited and appreciated in the leading Art Galleries in USA and Europe.


    [Video - Ella Prakash: Mystical Lines And Shapes Grown To Perfection]



    “I am a contemporary figurative artist and through my art, I love to express my strong feelings by capturing beauty, strength and empowerment of women. I mostly paint in acrylic, using transparent layers, small cubism, using bold colours and geometrical patterns or form. The technique that I use is mystical lines, shapes and perspective designs with soft colours and also using light and dark tones. My paintings speak about how I feel. It is a symbol of growth and perfection.”


    Ella Prakash: Mystical Lines And Shapes Grown To Perfection

    I am a contemporary figurative artist and through my art, I love to express my strong feelings by capturing beauty, strength and empowerment of women. I mostly paint in acrylic, using transparent layers, small cubism, using bold colours and geometrical patterns or form. The technique that I use is mystical lines, shapes and perspective designs with soft colours and also using light and dark tones. My paintings speak about how I feel. It is a symbol of growth and perfection.

  • Academics

    Self – Taught Artist


  • Exhibitions

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2015 Debut comtempopary.com (solo show)

    2015-Art expo New York / group show

    2013 Tads Art Gallery, Delhi

    2012 Renaissance Gallerie, Bangalore

    2010 Sams Art Hub, Mumbai India

    2008 Ella Art Gallery, Bahrain

    2007 Hotel Crown Plaza, Bahrain

    1986 Art Society, Bahrain



    GROUP EXHIBITIONS

    2014 Debut Contemporary, UK

    2013 Brick Lane Gallery, London UK

    2011 Jain Marunouchi Gallery, New York

    2010 Agora Gallery, New York

    2010 Marziart Internationale Galerie, Germany

    2010 Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art, Las Vegas

    2010 Amsterdam Whitney Gallery International of fine art, New York

    2010 Ico Gallery, New York

    2009 Jain Marunouchi Gallery, New York

    2006 Formula 1 National Museum Exhibition, Bahrain

    2004 Mother & Child Welfare, Bahrain

    1999 National art Museum, Bahrain

    1992 National art Museum, Bahrain

    1988 National day Exhibition, Bahrain


  • Award & Recognition



    10th International the American Juried Art Salon Awards

    TOPTEN International Art Competition

    Women in the Arts (Artrom Gallery Rome –Italy)

    Honourable mention- By Art vita.com 2nd Art contest

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