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Thota Laxminarayana

Thota Laxminarayana

Date of Birth: 05-04-1973

Group Shows:

  • 2008: Art in Object, Daira Centre for Art and Culture, Hyderabad
  • 2009: Nano Art Show, Daira, Hyderabad Hazaro Kwaishen, Daira, Hyderabad
  • 2010: Utsav, Daira, Hyderabad
  • 2012 Art Jamboree, Daira, Hyderabad
  • 2013 Flower Power, Daira, Hyderabad 
  • 2013 Canvas of India, Kalanirvana, Hyderabad 
  • 2013 Ocherar Art Fair, Chandigarh
  • 2013 ART JAMBOREE, Daira, Hyderabad
  • 2014: Tamakanat Art Gallery, Hyderabad Flute of the Maverick, Daira, Hyderabad
  • 2015 FEATURED ARTIST, Indian art collectors online, Chandigarh .
  • 2016 “Hyder-Ahmed Travels” Kanoria Art Centre, Ahmadabad
  • 2016 India Art Festival, Mumbai
  • 2016 “Colours of Novotel” Hyderabad
  • 2017 “Beyond The Contours” Mon Art Gallerie, Kolkata
  • 2017 “Contemporary Chronicles” House of AURA Raipur
  • 2017 “World Art Dubai” Dubai

Solo Shows:

  • 2017 Goods of Desire Visakhapatanam


  • Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, 2010
  • Dr. Marri Channa Reddy Human Resource Development Institute of Telangana, 2015

Commissioned Assignments:

  • Portraits: Executed portraits by Dr Rameshwaram, Kakatiya university, Warangal, Telangana
  • Illustrations: Created illustrations for ISB merchandise - commemorating the School’s 10 years of existence
  • Drawing: Created the family tree for the Yarabeli family
  • Mural: Created a mural for a school library in Hyderabad
  • Drawings: Illustrated the ISB buildings both Hyderabad and Mohali for their 2016 calendar

Conducted Workshops:

  • For the PwC seminar, 2014 Also conducted a number of family workshops for The Children’s Fine Art Gallery (CFAG) Facilitated Art Workshops for IT companies, 5 star hotels and gallery tours for Schools

Summer Camps:

  • Conducted summer workshops and camps for CFAG

Art Statement:

  • In his own stylised vocabulary which is deeply rooted in the Indian folk, artist Thota Laxminarayan experiments with his forms to contemporise the rural idiom. Without diluting the essence of his environment he creates visual challenges in his compositions. The serene appearing folk in his paintings are executed in an exceptional economy of lines. Although portrayed in a vibrant palette, the colour scheme is bold and well coordinated. His spectator never finds a dull moment as each canvas is a social documentary of country life. Humans coexisting with the flora and fauna are appropriate indicators of green lives living in harmony in their milieu. Tutored by Guruji, (Shri Ravinder Sharmaji), a revered name in the art and design schools of the country, Laxminarayana brings in a native charm into contemporary art. Working as Resident Artist at Daira Centre for Arts and Culture, he holds a good record of exhibitions and art camps.
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