Painting on Paper

Creativity in paintings cannot be dictated by size, medium or surface. However, certain visual ideas demand large dimensions to create the necessary spaces while others are better if worked in small format. They can sub-consciously support my large paintings  but I would not call them prototypes as they have their independent and unique identity.

In 1960's I gave up print making and preferred to paint in small format in different media. I did so for mainly four reasons.

 1 - When I am not in a mood to physically handle large canvas and need a change,

 2 - To enjoy the spontaneous fluidity of working with crayons, inks, pastels, water colours and mixed media on different kinds of paper and board,

3 - When visions get stored up in my head and demand faster release.

4 - I also found them handy to transport for my  exhibitions abroad.

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Rectangle Entangled
15" x 20" / 2005
Vertical Symbols
15" x 20" / 2005
thru - Gallery Sam, San Francisco, U.S.A.
Barron Hills
15"x 20" / 2005
Capricious Red
15"x 20" / 2005
thru - Gallery Sam, San Francisco, U.S.A.
Ambit
15" x 20" / 2005
thru - Gallery Sam, San Francisco, U.S.A.
Red Landscape
15" x 20" / 2005
thru - Gallery Sam, San Francisco, U.S.A.
Distant Views
15" x 20" / 2005
Enclosed Symbols
15" x 20" / 2005
Out of Black
15" x 20" / 2005
The Green Circle
15" x 20" / 2005
Extended Symbols
16'' x 20'' / 1997
Windows
15" x 20" / 2005
Rectangles
15" x 20" / 2005
Four Bindus
15" x 20" / 2005
Obscure
15" x 20" / 2005