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Acrylic Paintings on Board

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According to Contemporary Art, painting is more often than not, a vigorous expression of an artist’s deepest emotions or their tumultuous thoughts or simply a representation of something unforgettable or inexplicable. With painting, there is an effort to simultaneously, go beyond and go before- it is non-linear and dynamic. For spectators, looking to converse forever with their favourite artworks, contemporary artists often become visionaries and attempt to portray with colours what others feel with their hearts and souls.

The executive decision of choosing to work with acrylics on a board by contemporary Indian artists is to illustrate the depth of their thoughts and feelings, allowing a steady mark of creative energy to be immortal on the platform it’s showcased on. There remains a universality attached to acrylic paints that came into being when Otto Röhm invented acrylic resin, which was transformed into acrylic paint. mostly water-based solutions with an acrylic polymer suspension, these paintings have a visible vividity that transforms its own space. The most versatile of colours, acrylics are readily used with a number of mediums as they can bond with a variety of surfaces.

Acrylic on board painting allows for better pigmentation than, say, watercolours, which are designed to be softer, more translucent in nature. acrylics when used on board are mostly used with an un-tempered masonite board and this artwork leaves behind an intensity that’s hard to miss. Acrylic painting on mdf board is highly illuminated even when darker hues are used and are impossible to miss on a wall. Highly sophisticated, accessible and deep, these acrylic paintings are mysterious and layered.

Acrylic board paintings are durable, easy to store and comparatively easier to archive. Abstract works, natural landscapes, portraits- all look easily mesmerising and unique with this medium. Contemporary art artists use hardboards to represent the message of the paintings as a way to align with the unyielding quality of the medium. The texturising of the mdf board often gives a certain concreteness to the artwork and lends it a premium quality. easily drying, such artwork is perfect for artists who enjoy painting over and creating layers to add depth. This palimpsest technique works best with acrylics on board, as colour dries quickly to allow for different coats and detailed brushwork can be enhanced into a symphony of shapes and colours.

Contemporary indian artists like Rabin Mondal, Paritosh Sen, Nikhil Chaganlal and Subrata Gangopadhyay are just a few names whose artworks remain a great example of this medium in the Indian contemporary art and acrylic on board feels like it will continuously be explored and re-defined as each generational work adds to its wide network of sensational pieces and will remain in the history of contemporary art. Abundant yet unique, acrylic on board offers the revisiting of an orthodox medium to give voice to the timeless as well as the upcoming; a constant balance of the past and the present, foraying and negotiating into the future.