“Vagaries of a Non-Objective Mind” a two person show featuring works by Ujala Khan and Makhdoom Sadiq Khan opens on Friday 26th October 2018 at Full Circle Gallery; a hub of cultural and artistic expression and engagement. Full circle proudly presents works produced by masters, as well as emerging artists.
This collection is inspired by places, merged with abstraction, bringing in an experiential world that materializes gradually.
Despite the suggestive titles where one can clearly form a connection or memory by the composition and colours used, my work is unbound by a particular structure. Moreover, it’s deconstructed to the extent that meaning is shifted and is manifested to a more intricate interpretation of the viewer.
Makhdoom Sadiq Khan:
People do art, especially painting for many reasons of their own. I do art because I have an inner drive for it and I want to express my feelings for the unseen objects, feelings, connections, creatures etc through it. I love colors, I love to play with them and I love to create new shades, themes and new motives. I convert my thoughts and vague imaginations into my paintings. I do different painting not because I want to do different work but because I get to think different and my hand is not same as of others. I am truly inspired by the paintings of many old masters and modern age artists. I have always admired art and it has amused me always. I simply live in my paintings and I flow in them.
Full Circle is delighted to have you with us for the opening of the show on Friday 26th October 2018.