Dr M Chandramouli from Nalgonda, is a retired civil surgeon specialist Opthamalogy. Since childhood onwards he was interested in art and while in the medical college he did numbers of paintings. He won Palepu Suryakumari Gold Medal in Kurnool Medical College while doing MBBS.DO. He exhibited his paintings in All India Fine Arts exhibition at Barhampur, Gwalior and other places in India. He is mostly interested in feministic problems and atrocities of women landscapes. Most of his paintings he does in Acrylic colors. He generally will take a subject and do his works. He feels there is responsibility of any artists to observe the contemporary problems and contribute something in his arts. There must be a purpose for any Art.
Dr M Chanramouli is having his first show in Pegasus Art Gallery from 21st May to 30th May 2017. The inauguration will be by Smt. Chandana Khan IAS (Retd) as Chief Guest and Smt. Volga, Writer, Sahitya Academi Award Winner as Special Guest. He has 50 works for display. The paintings are in various themes. Most of the paintings are dealing with the problems of women. And there are landscapes as its shows that he is fond of nature.
The painting “Tyrant time and the Futility of Human Greed” depicts the futility of greed in human nature. The frog that is trying to gobble down a smaller insects draws parallel to the greed in human nature to amass more wealth all the while oblivious to the fact is being eaten by the serpent of time. The impermanence and fleeting nature of things we grab onto while life passes by highlight the fallacy of wanting more. The other paintings “Evolution of Warfare and the Immutable Sorrow” mean that no single piece of land was leftover on the face of earth without wars. Past was soaked with blood... if not with tears of women who lost father, husband or son in the wars since ancient times to modern times.