Amar Singha was born and brought up in a baronial family of the north Bengal. In his childhood, he got color pencils, crayons and drawing sheets to avoid his loneliness. Behind the royal flamboyance, he had a lot of curiosity which he tried to put down on the drawing sheet. That childish game is now converted into a meaningful craft of his life. He took admission to the Ramakrishna mission primary school in Calcutta and after a few years, he got back again to their high school and then college. After obtaining graduation, he got a chance to admit to the art college of Calcutta. In the final year of Art College, his father expired. It made him puzzled and his life turned to the spiritual world. He dropped out from the normal lifespan and absent for 16 years from this world, just to understand what the meaning of human life and death is. Finally, he got back again to his normal life and started painting. Some adverse situations bounded him to leaves their ancestor's palace forever and presently; he is residing in his own house and continuing painting in the studio.
Having a long journey in the world of painting, my style has been running with several changes to reach out to the destination that can speak about my inner-vision profoundly. Based on the structural perspective, my painting followed the synthetic cubism. Later it becomes standard in the Indian approach. Rather than passing in the Indian two-dimensional trend, the tenderness of light and shadow brings my thoughts back to life. The use of the lines shows the eternal idea of the Indian drawing that I own, as required. From the grammatical perspective, my painting followed the Indian custom and in the framework of the ritualized Indian grammar, I configured the western ideas. The flows of two different Ideas came into the key-point that helps me planning my composition. Such significance makes my painting stand out. The masterpieces of the ancestor Indian artists inspire me to move forward.
The impact of the world around me repeatedly gets back to my painting, which reforms within artistic intuition in a non-lingual form I press out in the form of abstraction. The affection in the human being that came from the experience of my past spiritual life reflects on canvas in several ways. The insignificant thing of life being, I love to represent significantly in canvas by adding the value of torment, joy, and aspiration. With the specific color and characteristic value, my abstract form becomes lingual which speaks about the meaning of our journey. With my creation, I found the meaning of survivors of the human beings that have the address of great pleasure and I am sure; my painting will inspire others to take more time to live in this beautiful world.
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Global Ambassador of the Art-world appointed by Artdex (New York).
Author of the art books - 1. Ajanta Cave Painting, From The Approach of an Artist.
2. The Inside of Indian Sculpture.
Author of the Painter's Blog [Awarded as the world's Top Indian Art Blog out of 15]
Award of Outstanding Art. [Arte Mundial En México. Mexico]
Special Recognition award. [LST Gallery, Florida, USA]
Honorable Mention award. [IVAC, New York]
Award of Excellence. [Artavita, Los Angeles]
Listed artist of Global Art Directory [London]
Best Artist of 2014 [International contemporary artists]
Honorary Lifetime Member of World Citizen Artist for the contribution to rescue the children of Gua, Africa.
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Last updated on - 19.01.2020