“My vision is based on personal experience and a thought process, that has been evoked by the urban surroundings of Kathmandu”
Aditya Aryal is a Kathmandu based artist, who explores the subconscious as his source of inspiration.
Aditya Aryal’s portfolio includes a variety of human expressions interspersed with multilayered patterns.
His style is a mixture of Nepali Traditional Art like Mithila and Thanka with global cosmopolitan influences, creating an unique visual language, that gives a combined sense of abstraction and naievity.
“For me, art is a kind of meditation. Whenever I get lost in thoughts, I like to paint and draw to focus my mind.”
Aditya loves to spray paint his visions all around the city, tagging his name in unusual places.
“Art is a powerful weapon that can be used in infinite ways to communicate personal expression and address social issues.”
Through art, so does Aditya believe, individuals and collectives can innovate ideas and execute thoughts freely. Those can help to influence and change the perspective of minds.
“My work, a collage of vibrant colors and geometric shapes and patterns, is in constant search of an unique visual language to express my thoughts and ideas without any limits or boundaries.”