About The Artist
Growing up in a small town in central India, Abhijeet has taken part in shaping Indian cultural development with his exhibitions in India and the United States. Immersing himself into the world of art, Abhi is a self taught artist with a career span growing to a decade now. His leading works revolve around the themes of cultural tolerance, love for nature and wildlife, and portraits of people that grows an emotional/contextual relationship over time. Abhi flourishes using charcoal on paper to produce his work in black and white. The artist believes that there is more honesty in the monochrome art because it cannot he hidden behind the colors.
Abhi's work started to show in galleries in 2011. His first solo exhibition was sponsored by Indian Artist’s Association. In 2013, Abhijeet exhibited his second series or work in in Rani Durgavati Gallery in Jabalpur. His first international exhibition came during a collaborative art project in 2016, where he was featured in the West Harlem neighborhood exhibit project, New York.
Some of his notable works include; ‘Hindu Man,’ ‘Sovering in Solitude,’ ‘Black Stallion’ and ‘A kid with the hope.’ Besides working as, a visual artist, Abhijeet is a registered architectural engineer in New York City, helping cities to visualize the vision for future cities.