Untitled SS43

by Sachin Sagare
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Size: 32 x 54 inches
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Year: 2022
  • ABOUT Sachin Sagare

    Born in 1981 in a small village in the Solapur district of Maharashtra, Sachin Sagare's art takes you on a journey through the multifaceted world inhabited by women. Growing up in a rural setting, Sachin was inspired by the strong, hardworking women that he saw all around him, and his art is a tribute to the women from his village.

    Sachin Sagare completed a Diploma in Drawing and Painting from the Dalvis Art Institute, Kohlapur in 2001. He completed further studies in Pune, receiving a Diploma in Applied Arts from the Abhinav Chitrakala Mahavidyalaya in 2004. Sachin moved to Mumbai in 2005 to pursue his career in art, and for a few years, he also worked with a film director as a storyboarding artist and assistant director. While he learnt a lot during his time in the film industry, his true calling always lay in being a painter, and in 2011, he left his job to pursue a full time career as an artist. 

    With the strong belief that women play a vital role in shaping the values and culture of a society, Sachin’s artworks pay homage to female figures he has been influenced and inspired by. His works are simple, honest renditions of the myriad expressions and unexpressed voices of women. Using delicate lines and vibrant hues, Sachin depicts rustic scenes of village life in his signature style. He often portrays women holding flowers in his artworks – a reflection of the romanticised relationship between women and flowers. They are also sometimes depicted with diyas in their hands, or next to the river, spending time with each other. The radiant women in Sachin’s artworks look enchanting with their subtle grace and beauty, painted in hues like red, yellow, orange, green, purple, blue and grey. 

    Sachin Sagare’s works have been showcased in numerous exhibitions across India. The artist currently lives and works in Goa.

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