I had to go to my farm in childhood. There the various objects fascinated me. I would look at the clouds for hours together. This observation inculcated in me the spirit to find the carious shapes and colors of the cloud. I started to delineate these clouds on the scrap iron flat metal with the help of the wasted oil of the engine. I would involve myself in inner mind, which gave me immense pleasure. I would draw in the sea of joy. This joy would lead me towards the endless joy of the universe. I look to paintings unknowingly.
My paintings are impression of my mind that I have practiced and observed nature past time. These are the mindscapes, comes through my unconscious mind. That is my own world that I have unknown me. That gives me a Joy of Supreme. The Supreme Joy goes toward Supreme. That is my practicing to achieve the way till perfection to reach Supreme.
I like texture that gives me pleaser so my paintings are loaded application
Many colors are visible in the village.
However I specially see the red color.
I am impressed by tiles of the houses; walls, red dust spreading in the atmosphere, gray, mossy and white soiled walls.
Nestled among the small hills and mounds, the scattered village houses catch my attention.
The shape emanating from these houses imbibe on my mind.
The sparking light on water during moonlight night, the dark of in the morning & in the evening create mystery. Such sights hide deep into the inner mind, which I never notice.
When I try to represent this sight, I do not notice when they appear in my painting.
As music in the poetry of sound, so also painting is the poetry of sight.
For me painting is the music of my mind and soul.
Many impressions of the sights are spontaneous.
I capture the tone, color, form, line, texture and space.
With this starts my journey of painting.
- Sampat Nayakawadi.