Niresh Ratnam


    • Male
    • Abstract expressionist
    • Collage
    • Designer
    • Digital artist
    • Drawer
    • Graffiti
    • Hyperrealist
    • Illustrator
    • Installation
    • Mixed media
    • Neoconceptual
    • Painter
    • Performance
    • Photographer
    • Sculptor
    • Street art
    • Video artist

    About the artist

    When I was a kid, back in India, I spent almost most of my childhood and teenage years with an artist/my uncle Vahula. During this period, he taught me to paint and draw, and most importantly, he showed me the beauty of art and the old masters of the art, from Michelangelo to Jackson Pollock. I was inspired by Vahulas work. His mainly work themes are female characters and landscapes. Themes also rays through my works.
    When I came to Denmark, I attended art courses to improve my skills. on Among them, I went on Art-School. After Art School I took the International Baccalaureate in Kolding, where I took Art at the High-Level. During my IB course I got the opportunity to work with 3D art, which I enjoyed very much. 
    After IB, I continued to work with the art. Today I get inspiration from everywhere. I feel that I am surrounded with inspiration, although the master of my works involve the human female figure. It is simply a matter of perspective.