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Kirti Mandir - Museum quality work as seen on TV in many countries.

Kamdev - (God of fertility)
Rajaswala - (Monstrous Woman)
Gupta Anga - (Pudendum)
Dignity
Robert Burns Statue, New Cumnock in East Ayrshire

Biography

Kirti Mandir

Kirti is a Kenyan born British citizen of Indian origin. His work has been widely exhibited in various museums and art galleries throughout the U.K. and abroad and has been featured several times on TV documentaries in many countries. His work can be seen in both public and private collections world wide. He has taught in many art colleges in the U.K. and Ireland.

Statement from Kirti:

"In my art I try and express the simple and serene, with inspiration coming from prehistoric art anthropormorphic sculptures and functional objects. My work is mostly based on human form. I use a variety of materials including bronze, stone and wood and combine modern and traditional techniques. I was born in Africa in Nairobi, Kenya, but then moved to India at a young age to study. I later moved on to stay in Britain where I have remained, I feel that contrasting places where I have lived has greatly influenced my art.

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Medium

  • Sculpter

Location

  • Strathclyde

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Artwork Sales

  • This artist currently does not have prints for sale

Recent Exhibitions

2014 Strathearn Artspace, Crieff, Perth,Scotland
2011 Mala Gallery, Nowy Sacz, Poland
2010 Tolbooths Arts Centre,Kirkcudbridge, Scotland
2007 Invited artist at Florence Biennale, Florence, Italy (Forthcoming Show)
2007 Carroll Arts Centre, Westminster, Maryland, USA
2005 Beltane Studios, Peebles, Scotland
2004 Roxy Art House, Edinburgh, Scotland
2003 Burnside gallery, Brodick, Scotland
1999 Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford, Ireland

Other Information

Kirti's work is so simple, serene and beautiful that it lends elegance to the sensuality of our humanity.

Kirti was the architect and sculptor on a very important piece of public art, the Miners Memorial, Muirkirk. He has also recently completed a bust of Robert Burns for Muirkirk Museum and life size statue of Robert Burns, commissioned by New Cumnock, Scotland.

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