‘Beauty Lies in the Eyes of the Beholder’, Acrylic on paper, 22×30 inches, 2018
‘Good Morning Banaras’, Acrylic on canson paper, 18×18 inches, 2019
‘Kolkata: The City of Joy 2’, Acrylic on canson paper, 18×18 inches, 2019
‘An Ode to Mumbai’, Acrylic on canvas, 24×30 inches, 2016
‘Nataraja: The Cosmic Ecstatic Dancer’, Acrylic on clay coated jute, 43×32 inches, 2017
Born to a family of Madhubani painters in Ranti, a village in Bihar, artist Avinash Karn is the founder of Madhubani’s first art collective, the Kachni-Bharni Art Group. He studied fine arts (Sculpture) at the Benares Hindu University. His Madhubani paintings are aimed at changing the dynamics of this folk form that originated in the Mithila region in Bihar. He has also been awarded with the Young Artist Scholarship by the Ministry of Culture, India.