Shadows

 

Sabahat Nisar

Lahore Pakistan

All these works have been realized without brushes.

Sabahat has applied paint on canvas with her fingers, to convert her feelings into the paintings, and thus obtaining magical effects with the soft touches of the fingers.

She might be the only artist in Pakistan who still does her paintings with fingers.

Shadow
oil on canvas

Sabahat Nisar

Lahore, Pakistan

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Shadow is not always black. It always has a color. Nature knows the only color, white and black are not colors. Shadows do not remain the same and constant. They move according to time and light and appear according to the intensity of light. The painting was done with fingers.
Shadows
Oil on Canvas

Sabahat Nisar

Lahore, Pakistan

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When a non-transparent object blocks the light, then a dark area produced, this area is called shadows. This painting is done with fingers.
Shadows
oil on canvas

Sabahat Nisar

Lahore, Pakistan

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Oil paints as a medium is used in this work. The contrast of green and black create a mystery. The painting was done with fingers.  
Shadows
Oil on Canvas

Sabahat Nisar

Lahore, Pakistan

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Shadows do not remain the same and constant. They move according to time and light and appear according to the intensity of light. This painting was done with fingers.
Shadows
oil on canvas

Sabahat Nisar

Lahore, Pakistan

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In this painting, you can easily compare the clear shadow shape of child beggar at the base of the road with the soft abstract shadow shape of the tree foliage. The painting was done with fingers.

Shadows
Oil on Canvas

Sabahat Nisar

Lahore, Pakistan

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I was curious about shadows that how they move with their object, how they become short and long according to light, and they change their colors, and sometimes they disappear. The painting was done with fingers.