About Artist


31st August 1960 at Khandwa (M.P.) India


Post Graduation (M.A.) in
  • Economics
  • Sociology
  • Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology

  • One Man Show:

    Devlalikar Kala Vithika Indore 1986
    Madhya Pradesh Kala Parishad Bhopal 1991
    Natraj Utasav Omkareshwar 1991
    Lalbagh Palace Indore 1998
    Taj Art Gallery, Hotel Taj Mahal Mumbai 2000
    Art Walk Gallery, Hotel Oberoi Mumbai 2002
    Gallery Ohri’s Cuisine Court Hydrabad 2002, 2003
    Nehru Center Art Gallery Mumbai 2003
    Jehangir Art Gallery Mumbai 2005

    Group Shows:

    Ghandhi Bhavan Khandwa 1988
    Devlalikar Kala Vithika Indore 1988
    Jehangir Art Gallery Mumbai 2009

    WorkShops & Camps:

    Mandu Chitrakala Shivir Mandu 1985
    ‘Tulika’ Omkareshwar 1992
    Saakar Murtikala Omkareshwar 1993


    Rhytm Art Society Bhopal 1982, 1984, 1985
    D.P. Sharma Pradarshani Gwalior 1984
    Mahakaushal Kala Parishad Raipur 1984, 1985
    M.P. State Painting Exhibution 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1994
    Shadhanjali Pradarshni Gwalior 1985
    Achal Alloya Award Ujjain 1988
    All India Art Contest Nagpur 1984, 1989
    S.H. Raza Award Exhibution Bhopal 1992
    All India Kalidas Exhibution Ujjain 1992, 1994, 1995
    Rashtriya Kala Mela New Delhi 1986, 1994


    Rhytm Art Society Bhopal 1986, 1987
    Saras Sanskar Samiti Khandwa 1986
    South Central Zone Cultural Center Nagpur 1987
    Madhya Pradesh Kala Parishad Gwalior 1989
    Natraj Utsav Omkareshwar 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994

    Our Products


    Among all artists of all times, the greatest is god who fashioned this beautiful world we live. Naturally some of his children inherited his artistic trails, articulating it in paintings even before the birth of civilization. Rock-paintings by prehistoric human artists represent one such expression of human artists represent one such expression of human sense of beauty. However, appreciation apart, even recognition thereof came millenniums later when archaeologists changed upon them in the 19th century CE.

    Primitive paintings capture rare perception of contemporary life and times, covering prehistoric as well as part of historic period. They beautifully bring out the simplicity and authenticity of life lived by the people that produced the artists.

    Living as they did in close companionship with nature, theirs was an endless struggle for survival to find food and substance, which is obviously reflected in scenes of hunting depicted in paintings. However the artists rose much above this fundamental need and painted a refreshing variety of themes: dwelling in huts and dancing in celebration; paying homage in idols and playing on musical instruments; collecting honey and singing to satisfaction.

    Thus the available corpus of rock-paintings represents a rich heritage of humanity, testifying to innate human capacity for abstraction, synthesis and idealization. It’s a precious treasure-house of social, economic, cultural and spiritual dimensions of life left by our ancestors.

    Broadly the period of prehistoric paintings extends from BC 12000 to BC 500 totaling fairly long period of about 10,000 to 12,000 years.

    Modern art includes artistic work produced during the period extending roughly from the 1860s to the 1970s, and denotes the style and philosophy of the art produced during that era. The term is usually associated with art in which the traditions of the past have been thrown aside in a spirit of experimentation. Modern artists experimented with new ways of seeing and with fresh ideas about the nature of materials and functions of art. A tendency away from the narrative, which was characteristic for the traditional arts, toward abstraction is characteristic of much modern art. More recent artistic production is often called contemporary art or postmodern art.
    Modern Miniatures are small sized Modern Art Paintings, which contains all the features of a large sized modern art painting. These can be used as near sight wall paintings or as a greeting cards.
    B/W paintings are having vertical congruency created using single tone natural black ink on drawing paper. The speciality of these paintings is a single paintings will be imagined different by different kind of people. Can be used to increase your imaging power. These are unique paintings which can never be copied even by its creator.
    These Wooden Sculptures are purely natural's work imagined by Mr. Shailesh Dahsore. Either stem, root or a branch of a tree is used which then further cleaned, polished and excess parts are removed to produce this output.


    Jehangir Art Gallery

    Mumbai, 2009

    Jahangir Art Gallery

    Mumbai, 2005

    Nehru Center Art Gallery

    Mumbai, 2003

    Ohri's Cuisine Court

    Hydrabad 2002, 2003

    Art Walk Gallery, Hotel Oberoi

    Mumbai, 2002

    Taj Art Gallery

    Mumbai, 2000

    Lal Bagh Palace

    Indore, 1998

    Natraj Utasav

    Omkareshwar, 1991

    Madhya Pradesh Kala Parishad

    Bhopal, 1991

    Ghandhi Bhavan

    Khandwa, 1988

    Devlalikar Kala Vithika

    Indore, 1988

    Devlalikar Kala Vithika

    Indore, 1986

    12 Happy Exhibition!