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Mr. Ramesh Khanal has contributed to Nepalese art in many ways; his work: based on perpetual nature of human discourse

2022 Feb 04, 12:42, Kathmandu
Ramesh Khanal with his art works. Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews

Mr. Ramesh Khanal has contributed to Nepalese art in many ways. His work is based on unending human discourse, including the intricacies of life and the absurdities we must confront no matter where we are on our journey to happiness. He is a well-known art critic and writer in Nepal. Mr. Khanal has received numerous national and international accolades throughout his career as an artist. HMG Award, Coronation Art Competition, CAAN Merit Award, and other honors have been bestowed upon him. 

Talking to Mr. Ramesh Khanal, this is his 35th exhibition where he has also done exhibitions in different countries like America, Europe, and so on. His artwork is also known as vision-free art. He started his artistic journey in 1980 A.D. He used to do different arts like landscape portraits but he wanted to do something unique, so he started reading different art books and exploring different arts of other artists. He started abstract art and solo exhibitions soon. Ramesh Khanal said, 'Art is a poem, art is feeling and art is life.'


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