Kesar Khinvasara

i began doodling as a kid. using whatever material possible, it could be chalk, mud, markers anything. i even remember using my mom's cosmetics! i tried going to art classes but the idea of an art class didn't sit well with me and i was left to my own devices and started developing my own set of skills, techniques, experimenting as much as possible with different media and materials. the kind of art i do is abstract line art. it's not just about a bunch of random lines on paper. a line is infinite. you start of with the line controlling your work and as you grow and evolve, you start giving the line direction and molding it into the end result, the final piece. that is how i look at my journey as an artist. a line is what gives structure and definition to forms and i want to explore that through my work as much as possible. my work is a reflection of myself as a person, it's my identity. most of my work is in black ink because i want to leave the line bare and not embellish it with too much color. i feel there is a sense of mystery to my work. Kesar Khinvasara joined Society6 on August 13, 2014

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i began doodling as a kid. using whatever material possible, it could be chalk, mud, markers anything. i even remember using my mom's cosmetics! i tried going to art classes but the idea of an art class didn't sit well with me and i was left to my own devices and started developing my own set of skills, techniques, experimenting as much as possible with different media and materials. the kind of art i do is abstract line art. it's not just about a bunch of random lines on paper. a line is infinite. you start of with the line controlling your work and as you grow and evolve, you start giving the line direction and molding it into the end result, the final piece. that is how i look at my journey as an artist. a line is what gives structure and definition to forms and i want to explore that through my work as much as possible. my work is a reflection of myself as a person, it's my identity. most of my work is in black ink because i want to leave the line bare and not embellish it with too much color. i feel there is a sense of mystery to my work.

Kesar Khinvasara joined Society6 on August 13, 2014.

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