The paintings of Aravindhan Natarajan are abstract and often capture just a moment in time. Patterns and textures in nature fascinate him. He gets inspiration from nature and music, and often paints to document his travels. As a self-taught artist, he does not let the constraints of traditional rules of art, (technique or material) control his work.
Aravindhan describes his work as, “...many of these limited edition prints feature talented violinists, harpists, and cellists from the Cleveland Orchestra. I enjoy the spontaneity of rendering something that is as dynamic as making music… In this exhibition I have chosen to present a sample of my pen and ink sketches, life drawings, abstracts, landscapes, and a plein-air painting.”
This exhibit is on display through February 4, 2013 at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences. For further information, please contact, firstname.lastname@example.org or at 216-368-0722.