Incredible 3D And Hyper-Realistic By Pramod Sahu

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Incredible 3D And Hyper-Realistic By Pramod Sahu

Pramod Sahu's artworks live through his beautiful illustrations, in the form of 3D and Hyper-Realistic Rangoli.

Photo-realism painters make every effort to imitate the photos they use as the basis for the painting. On the contrary, Hyper-realism painters only use photographs as mere references to create works that are also very realistic but involve their subjectivity. The subjectivity of the artists appears on the use of emotional, social, political, and cultural themes in the work they create. If the painter Photo-realism produces realistic works as they are, artists of Hyper-realism give birth to a new reality (simulated reality) that is not exactly the same as the photo used as a reference. Sometimes the work of Hyper-realism is very provocative. Therefore, it is not surprising that some say that the work of hyper-realism is "a work that is very realistic but not realistic."

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Pramod Sahu ( 14 August 1991) is Raipur based International Rangoli Artist, Cultural & Social Entrepreneur. At the age of 7, he developed a passion for Rangoli. The artworks continued to extend its reach and professionally recognized as "Chhapaak - A Social Art Organization" Pramod Sahu works of Art live through his beautiful illustrations, in the form of 3D and Hyper-Realistic Rangoli.

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From a very tender age, He developed a passion for Rangoli, Fascination towards colors kept on increasing and soon started to play with colors. The driving creative forces behind him are an Indian Chhattisgarhi Art and Culture along with expertise in the field. His overall professional work combines of 12 years experience including mentoring of 10,000+ students involving workshops, Seminars, and Academics. Art Education and Art Service are the key highlights of his journey. There is a touch of wonderful transparency in the work leading to offer training to 10,000 students across the world. Currently, being the founder and director of "Chhapaak - A Social Art Organization" has liberated the idea of doing Rangoli all over the World.

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He represented India in the world's biggest youth festival named "19th World Festival of Youth and Students" event at Russia - 2017 for 9 days. Among 28,000 youth, he was the only Indian as Rangoli Artist to get selected in the top 100. His work echoes all over India resulting in getting Prestigious Awards like All India Platinum Award - 2018, All India Gold Award - 2017, All India Bronze Award - 2015, Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Rashtra Nirmaan Puruskar - 2018 and a lot more. Adding to the series of Awards and Achievements because of his large work, his passion for the Art is never-ending. Igniting young minds, fulfilling their dreams with the intention of Active dedication towards it. Some reflections could be easily seen in his wide range of Artistic work.

Check out some of our favorites of amazing Pramod Sahu's artworks below!

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