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Urban landscapes never cease to inspire Nimmy Melvin, who won a Kerala Lalit Kala Akademi award in 2009 for her acrylic City Landscape. The fine arts graduate is one of the young artists whose works featured in the recent exhibition'Hear and See' at David Hall, Kochi. Organised by art connoisseur Paul George Vadekedethu, the exhibition had 30 paintings by four artists-V.B. Venu, Biju Kumar and Linu, besides Nimmy.
"These paintings do not have a common theme," says Venu. "But they offer radically different viewpoints of reality. As for my works, they are a contemplation on socio-political realities-its beauty and the other side."... - The Week
Changing facets of the environment are projected in Nimmy Melvin’s paintings displayed at Hallegua Hall in Mattanchery. Nimmy’s life amid factories in Eloor creeps into her work. The factory chimneys, the iron rods and concrete structures have displaced the serene green paddy fields and coconut groves that were cooling to the mind’s eye. Industrialisation, that is glorified, has created a sort of barrenness. Each frame shows how the changing cityscape has affected life.
A vast stretch of greenery in one piece is a contrast to the other frames of man-made colours. You see potted plants bearing white flowers adorning concrete walls. Patches of green pop out from balconies of flats. Nimmy creates a large space where-in you see different facets of city life. You oscillate between the old and the new as you move through the works. The flowers on a creeper around the iron frame in a garden is a recurring motif which takes on symbolic hues. It also highlights the mental and physical space. ... - Indian Express
In many frames Nimmy focuses on the flower in different lights. You see the creeper and the flowers alone, then one flower, then the flower turns larger than life in another frame and then a part of it is portrayed.
She looks at things in whole and parts and throws meaningful dialogue. The flower can be seen as prints on a curtain which offers a cover to the stark images of industries depicted in the background.- K. Surekha express news service