“Amul the taste of India,” a very famous tag line and the advertisement that touched our hearts, holds a credit to every artist who have put in their creativity making it a memory. Subodh Poddar Is the one whom we are referring to.
Subodh has pursued arts from the prestigious Sir J J Institute of applied art. Not just Amul, Subodh has worked with many advertising agencies delivering memorable campaigns like Nerolac paints, Santoro, Synergies, Mahindra and much more.
Painting Monks now a days has been his love after publishing a book on Buddha named ‘Rahula.’
“Minimalist is my style. Use lines for basic composition. Human imotions drive Mr towards painting Monks,” adds Subodh.
Subodh has done many shows in France, Italy, Morocco and of course India, the home ground.
Unveiling our rendezvous with Subodh Poddar
A. How many years you have been in the field of art and why?
Painting and sculpting since my childhood.
B. What media you have been using so far?
I paint in acrylic on canvas. Though oil gives a better result. Developed many styles of painting. Dancescapes is one where I paint live dancers Call it Danvescapes. Ceramic and Bronze is my passion too. Experimented with human figures and Dance forms in ceramic which is unique in itself.
C. What kind of uniqueness you spotlight using your art?
I try to achieve "Less is more" from my art. Hence you see the use of minimum colour hues and tones in this painting "Does God Exist?"
Experimenting with sculpture. I work in Bronze, terracotta and Ceramic.. My fingers feels like a child when working with ceramic clay. Also I give importance to the basic drawing and achieve maximum impact.
The E Today is thankful to Subodh Poddar for his valuable time and even to Mr. Hiral Shah, The Chief Editor; who is currently promoting artist from every corner of India and, looking at creating a much needed platform to showcase every artist of the nation.