Digital art and digital technology have become a part of our life. We use it in social media, communication, learning and even expressing our feeling. Balam Takali is a new concept in digital art. Based on real life from the country, I have tried to express their surrounding using shapes, patterns, colours and visuals. These paintings are versatile with no boundaries. Every painting is exclusive and has a unique story. The colours and shapes are stimulating. The artistic patterns inspire creative minds.
These paintings have unending expressions. These paintings are scalable and can be printed up to 12 feet on canvas and paper.
Why Balam Takali? Balam Takali is a small village in Shevgaon Taluka, Ahmednagar District, Maharashtra, India - 19° 18' 0" North, 75° 28' 0" East. My grandfather fas a farmer and he use to grow crops like wheat, cotton, sugarcane, jowar, bajari, sunflower as well an orange orchard. Our house was in the centre of farm and away from the village. My grandfather had a herd of cattle. In those days bullock cart was the main mode of transporting good. Ever since I was small, I use to visit this place and this Balam Takali taught me how play in the mud, grazed cattle, sit in bullock carts and enjoy the simplicity of rural life.
The passion with Balam Takali inspired me to share my love and affection with the rural life in a new digital format. If you like these paintings - a new digital art and wish to know more about them then please email me at email@example.com. I will be more happy to share my idea and discuss about it in details.