It’s an exclusive oeuvre of Indian painter n.g.jhonzsonn (www.arteffusionsglobal.org/blank), a pro feminist who's been obsessed with the gender based social discrimination 'n' male dominant torturing in our society globally. most of his works are the reflections of these issues. those works are dedicated to WOMEN'S EQUALITY DAY-2023.
whose art redefines the emphasis from the direct representation of nature to the world of the imagination. Instead of describing something with precise, realistic detail or stating
facts they used. his personal metaphors and symbols, abstracts have been evoking a meaning or feeling instead. it's the way of the painting may be classified as symbolism offering an antidote, not only to scientific uncertainties, but to the materialism of industrial 'n' technological world. all are invited to experience his metaphorical imageries with attributed colouration to those imposed motifs.
The observance of Women’s Equality Day in the United States is inseparable from the history of the fight for votes for women. After all, its Aug. 26 date marks the anniversary of the 1920 adoption of the 19th Amendment. women’s equality day got its official start when Congress granted Congresswoman Bella Abzug‘s request for a special day to commemorate the day the 19th Amendment was ratified — a day that guaranteed that American citizens would not be denied the right to vote on the basis of sex. On the heels of the women’s rights movement of the 1960s, Abzug’s efforts ultimately led to then-President Richard Nixon’s proclamation of Women’s Equality Day. As the Sept. 7, 1970, issue of TIME explained, the work reached a turning point in 1970. the 19th amendment was first introduced to Congress in 1878 by Sen. Aaron A. Sargent on behalf of suffragettes Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, but it took more than 40 years to ratify. The amendment finally passed with more than two-thirds votes in the House in May 1919 and in the Senate in June 1919. It was fully ratified by the necessary approval of two-thirds of states on Aug. 18, 1920. On Aug. 26, it was certified by the U.S. Secretary of State.
many of people think that images or motifs in a painting should be as a scene that falls on a mirror facing to nature or scenes around our social life. it was born with the advent of photography. but, Painting is a visual art that occupies a prominent place in the fine arts. Each image is a sensory surface that evokes in the viewer a variety of shapes, expressions, visuals, combinations of lines, colors, planes, levels and perspectives ....
An image, each with different sensory capacity, color perception, expressions, and emotional levels is experienced. The image is not to be understood or enjoyed but to be experienced. one must have a sincere mind and a preconceived notion in order for that experience to take place in him/her. The painting manages to entertain as well as inform, leaving behind the perceived sensitivity of color perception. When paintings are created, the artist is unknowingly leading to a visual and ideological awareness of objective realities.
Thus a work of art becomes a retelling or circumcision of life, a reasonable infusion of experiences. But vision is not based on a person's depth of knowledge, rather, it turns out to be a re-examination of the spectator's self-awareness of his/her surroundings.
I am grateful to the one 'n' all personalities for being here to experience the exclusive 25 paintings; those have been executed within 25 years...
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