Shil Ramteke expresses his emotions, thoughts and daily life experiences. Basically human actions are dependent on conscious and subconscious thoughts. The conflict is never ending. One tries to find a balancing act for better living. His paintings represent these conflicts in form of lines, colors and forms. One of his acrylic on paper creations projects his mind taking an elephantine leap. There are many inhibitions and hurdles that controls ones emotional and physical outburst and these remain locked in sub conscious mind. The painting thus opens up one of such thoughts in form of elephant. The blue color may be the projection of gratified and composed and unruffled personality; a superficial appearance. But the leaping mind is the real self and every individual’s dream and aspiration. Thus Shil Ramteke brings out the perplexity, especially as requiring a choice between desired and obligatory.
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