New Delhi, Delhi, India:Inspired by the South Korean pop star Psy’s world famous horse-riding dance in Gangnam Style, a Delhi based artist has dedicated his new painting to PSY.
The painting depicts a man, a woman and a horse in the famous Gangnam style dance pose. The artist dedicated his painting on the launch of PSY’s new hip-swinging music video “Gentleman”.
“Music, dance and love are indubitable to my paintings. With the new Gangnam style taking the young and the old in its fold in no time, I couldn’t resist but dedicate my work to PSY”, Neeraj Sharma, also a manager in an airlines, said.
The painting in acrylic on canvas sizes up to 48“ X 72”. It captures the rhythm, style and fun of “Gangnam” style.
Neeraj has worked on a series of paintings on music and dance, which is his base theme. He has worked in various mediums - acrylic, oil, water and charcoal. Each painting depicts a different dance form with an innovative portrayal of a musical instrument, be it the flute, veena, dhapli or dholak.
“My paintings in abstract are also a blend of tradition with modernity. They depict the popularity of the traditional forms whether in the age of Radha-Krishna or in the current era. I have tried to depict the fusion of tradition with modernity which is more and more a reality now,” he said.
Named “Gangnam Style”, this latest work of Neeraj, is probably one of the first paintings capturing the dance.
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Delhi based Artist Neeraj Sharma Dedicates his New Paintings to PSY’s “Gangnam Style”
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