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Art is expression. Every work of art has an attached emotion or vision at its core which serves as the soul of the artwork. Relaying that emotion or vision to the onlooker is the ultimate goal of an artist. The artists give shape to their thoughts and express them out in the most beautiful way possible. Art has the power to sieve out beauty even for the worst. Art is a medium to express emotions, opinions, changes around us, highlight social issues, and much more. For instance- Mr. Nipam Chandra Baishya- the artist of the series of artwork focus on portraying the relation between the present time and the future through his work. He tries to illustrate how things have changed in the course of time and the change that yet to come.


Mr.Nipon chandra Baishyaa, an inhabitant of Tihu, Assam, is a professional artist engaged in both sculpting and painting. He has been practicing and teaching fine arts for quite a number of years and still counting. He completed his BFA from Art Collage in Kokrajhar and MFA from North Maharashtra University. Although he likes to paint he admits that he finds sculpting more appealing. He says that creating work in real dimensions gives him more satisfaction than painting. Most of his works are title-based. He chooses a particular subject and tries to transform his thoughts on the subject into art.

Mr. Nipan Baishyaa
Mr. Nipan Baishyaa

The artist identifies nature as his primary source of inspiration. “Nature itself is Art. It inspires me a lot. In addition to that, the things happening around me also inspires me to create.”. He said that he always tries to enclose a message in his works so that people can gain something from his work. “We have a wide range of audience and I want my work to be understood by every category of people. So I try to keep it simple yet elegant”- he adds. Mr. Nipom chandra Baishya likes to work on the concept which highlighting that are slowly moving oblivion along the pace of time.

The first sculpture is a torso -work. Expertly carved out of stone, a single feature is made to stand out for the whole body. Artists generally use the torso to depict their vision of art and mankind. Throughout history, the human torso has served as a metaphor for the deepest spiritual and emotional qualities. The female -torso here represents that of a mother and interestingly, it explores and questions how we view her, and ‘our perception’ about her in return tells us about who we are. The folds of the dress add beauty to the sculpture in addition to mirroring the hard work that went into creating it.


The next is a simple yet elegant still-life sculpture. The focus here is to keep the softness or beauty of the composition intact. The hibiscus has been consciously placed at the center and serves as the main center of attraction for the picture.


The third picture is of a high relief mural sculpture work. The artist himself chooses it as one of his favorite work which he dedicates to his father. This is a conceptual work where each lit candle represents a loving and supporting individual. But even among all those beautifully lighted candles only one candle and that too far aways shines the brightest and is lighting up the sky. It highlights the thought that in life too, we are surrounded by a lot of caring and supportive people but few among them are the ones whose love for us knows no bounds. They are the ones who encourage us and stand with us in our dark times.


The next picture is of a wood-carved structure titled “Shape of Love”.Without a single join, this structure is a one-piece work. Crafted with expertise, the red-hued structure in the core surrounded by the cage-like exterior serves as the metaphor for love caged in the heart. The form of the structure as a whole embodies the concept that – we can never completely erase our love for someone. It always stays trapped in our heart in one form or other.


The fifth picture is also a high -relief sculpture work. Done through pure observational skills, this work tries to recreate a moment in time as a flock of sheep grazes by steadily. A lot of time and effort has been dedicated to this drawing as can be seen from the detailed works. The will to observe the animal animals and find beauty even in how they graze shows the artist’s love for the animals.


“Each sculpture, each painting is a like a book for me” – says Mr. Nipom Baishya. Furthermore, he says that he aspires to go on working with future-oriented works. As the last note, he adds that we should always focus on what we are doing and always keep trying to find ways to express ourselves in a better way.


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