Exploring Timeless Connections: Vikas Kumar Saxena’s Art Exhibition, “It Makes Me Wonder”

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Exploring Timeless Connections: Vikas Kumar Saxena’s Art Exhibition, “It Makes Me Wonder”
Vikas Kumar Saxena is having an art show soon called “It Makes Me Wonder.” You can see his art from April 26th to 29th at D49 Lower Ground Floor, Defense Colony, New Delhi.

Saxena’s art mixes dreams with real life. He paints pictures of big buildings like monuments and temples, but also adds modern touches. He wants people to think about how the past, present, and future are connected.

Saxena says that artists are always creating something new. His art is inspired by where he lives and what he sees around him. He likes to remember India’s history in his paintings, but he also wants his art to be for everyone, not just one group of people.


With “It Makes Me Wonder,” Saxena wants to show how great our past was and how hopeful our future can be. He has made 12 paintings for this show, all done with acrylic paint on canvas. He hopes his art will make people think about how humans are all connected across time.

This show is a big deal for Saxena. He’s already had four shows of just his art before this one. His journey as an artist has been like a big, colorful blanket made with lots of hard work and love. He had some personal problems along the way, but people from all over the world have praised his art.

Saxena has been honored by important people like the Princess of Thailand and the Ministry of Culture in China. He feels grateful for the recognition of his art, which has been all about bringing different cultures together. From big art camps to living in different countries to make art, his paintings show how people from all over the world are connected.

As Saxena looks forward to the future, he wants to keep telling stories with his art. Every time he paints, he’s discovering new things about life. His paintings show the beauty and complexity of life with lots of energy and determination.

Vikas Kumar Saxena, an artist, grew up in Bareilly, a city in Uttar Pradesh, surrounded by art. His father and uncle were painters, so he learned about art from them. He also spent a lot of time in the mountains of Uttarakhand during his childhood, where he developed a deep love for nature. He finds beauty in nature’s rawness and reflects this love in his textured paintings. Saxena started painting at a young age, around when he was in sixth grade. His mother has kept many of his childhood paintings, some of which date back to sixth grade. When he was in eighth grade, his father organized an exhibition of his paintings, which included about 20 paintings of Indian cricket players. This marked the beginning of Saxena’s journey as an artist, which has included many group shows, solo exhibitions, and international art projects. He studied painting at Kumaun University and started a non-profit organization called “Sashaktikaran” in 2002 to promote arts and crafts. Saxena’s art is inspired by grand structures and historical monuments. He admires the architects and artists behind these structures and tries to capture their essence in his paintings. He has traveled to various countries, including Sri Lanka, China, Thailand, and Europe, where he draws inspiration from different architectural styles. Saxena’s paintings reflect a blend of dream-like imagery and reality, depicting the connection between the past, present, and future. He incorporates nature into his work to convey a message about the importance of preserving the environment. His art often portrays the co-existence of human civilization and nature, showing both the beauty and destruction caused by human activities.