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Johns Mathew is a painter from Kozhikkode, who lives and works at Tinos Island, Greece. He studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts , M.S.U, Baroda (1992) and associated with the Indian Radical Painters and Sculptors Association. Johns conducted solos in Greece as well as in Kerala.

13 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

very different from the usual kerala visuals...! thank you....ur paintings helps me to look at the political and inner reality of myself.....all the best wishes to go on ...
an art lover.

11:26 PM  
Anonymous sudha n. nair said...

nice to see these colourful paintings. very much pleasant.

1:51 AM  
Anonymous mehjabinkhan said...

hi

its really wonderful
mehjabin@rediffmail.com

4:12 AM  
Blogger Habby Sudhan said...

Dear John,
I am your sister Sweety's friend.
She had told me about your paintings.Now i am pleased to have the opportunity to see some of them through Indulekha.
It is something different i should say,though the meaning is hidden.
All the best,
expecting to see your new works.
regards
habby

10:19 PM  
Blogger Anim-artist said...

so, atlast my uncle put it online! nice! nice to see the works there. well, i'm not in to comment, but dnt want to get out without leaving a trace. :)

roshan

7:00 AM  
Anonymous Uday said...

Dear Sir,

I am Uday from Mumbai(Bombay) & came to know about your paintings in Indulekha. "Tools that sharpens thought" I think , have deep meaning which cannot be explained in words. I have seen many paintings in Jahangir Art Galary in Mumbai. It is completely different. Wish you all the best for future....

Warm regards

Uday .

1:31 AM  
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4:13 AM  
Blogger mukundanunni said...

These paintings of Johns' seem to be the result of a serious and sincere effort to reinvent a new visual sensibility. Of course, he has been able to put his images on the canvas with a great amount freedom and aesthetic sense. His paintings are really contemporary. He seems to be very self-reflective too.

12:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

fantastic!!! it is realistic one

Sajeena.M

5:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi jons
good paintings though cant understand the hidden meanings.guess i am ignorant. i am sweety's friend ,thomas koshy.jons forgive me for my ignorance. good luck

10:55 AM  
Anonymous johns said...

hi, thank you all ...for veiwing my paintings and leaving encouraging words..johnsmat@gmail.com

1:27 AM  
Blogger prakashettan said...

dear readers

i have gone thru johns mathew's paintings. i really could not digest this. as a reader habby said, meanings are hidden.
even i felt it.
"Orma" is attracted to me. some thing i can guess from here. i cannot evaluate the work as my knowledge in paiting is poor.
understand most of the visitors of indulekha is habby's friend.
even i was introduced by habby. of course ms. habby is an asset to british caledonian university.
she used to send me many interesting subjects.
all the visitors of indulekha is directly or indirectly indedbted to habby.
anyway let me congratulate johns mathew for his wonderful presentation.
while in kerla, pls drop in.

prakashettan@gmail.com

1:58 AM  
Blogger prakashettan said...

hello johns

i was trying to get more information about u. incidentally i got necessary things on u from sweety.
earlier i had given my comments thru indulekha.
i am going thru your paintings again and learning more about it.

wish u all the best

prakashettan

7:55 AM  

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