About Sachin Jaltare
Sachin Jaltare’s work is inspired by two Hinduist deities: Shiva and Shakti. Shiva is the deity who destroys the universe to re-create it for beneficial change, while Shakti represents the feminine creative power and is the agent of all change. She is the female complimentary of Shiva.
The artist focuses on representing the subtle balance and harmony that emerges from the co-existence of the two in his works. His signature style consists of clearly defining some areas of his artworks through lines and colors, while blending the outer areas with their surroundings much more freely to leave room for the viewer’s imagination and creativity. His technique shows a truly mastered skill in blending figurative and abstract styles.
Sachin Jaltare was born in 1969 in Akot, India. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts in 1991 from the university of Chitrakala Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur. He has been featured in more than 100 exhibitions throughout India, as well as in Singapore and London in 2008. He now lives with his wife and son in Hyderabad.