Since opening, Gallery Rouge has hosted exhibitions for Internationally acclaimed artist, Philip Gray, and local, yet world renowned artist, Gillian Burrows and as part of Kuldip’s ongoing commitment to showcase artist’s work in this way is now proud to announce the gallery’s latest exhibition featuring the work of another talented local artist, Paresh Nrshinga from Thursday 24th through to Tues 29th April, 2008.
Paresh Nrshinga was born in Kenya and moved to England at the tender age of three, where his talent began to emerge in early childhood. His unique paintings are masterpieces of original talent, inspired by his extensive travels around the world, combined with his deep spirituality. Influenced by artists such as Pollock, Warhol, Klimt and Picasso, Nrshinga’s paintings reflect his flirtation with abstract expressionism. Through his passion for music he developed a unique flair for transferring and transforming the energy of sound onto the canvas in the form of colour and movement, thus creating vibrant visual effects. His paintings are an adventure of self-discovery.
Nrshinga has exhibited in several galleries in France, UK, North America and Dubai and the young artist’s work features in many valuable private collections worldwide.
Kuldip is delighted to present the work of this exciting and spiritual artist at Gallery Rouge and told us “In Paresh’s work you can feel the movement, the motion and the fluidity of his strokes. The style is unmistakable; there is purpose, structure and balance in all he produces. The diversity of his compositions demonstrates that Paresh is steadfast on his journey of discovery, and I look forward to watching his work evolve to the next level.”