Unique themes, strong lines, order and harmony in forms,
related colour schemes, inter-connectedness of the human
form and natural elements, universal love – all
are characteristic of Gujjar’s style. He draws
his inspiration from the early masters of modern art;
the Bengal and the Bombay school of paintings and blends
them to give a distinct flavour that does not find catagorization.
The free spirit that he is, Gujjar likes it that way.
As a true student of mother nature and the arts, Gujjar
says he is discovering something new every day and his
best is yet to come.
About The Potmaker
The inspiration for Potmaker comes from an ancient
Tamil Parable by a famous philosopher. The story goes
that there was once a caretaker in Paradise who sought
the blessings of a potmaker for 10 months and got an
exquisite pot made. The excited caretaker danced in
mindless ecstacy. He danced and danced until without
realizing his folly, he dropped the pot!
Gujjar's paintings are a tribute to God who shapes
Man out this Earth. The natural expression of love and
the subtle interconnectedness of Man with Nature are
all pervading in his paintings. There is a silent appeal
in his lines to us to save the precious pot of life
and not to lose it in our senseless dance for the small
things of life.