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  • En plein air at Ghatikia Viillage
  • En Plein Air at Indiranagar by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at Indiranagar, Bangalore
  • En Plein Air at Distillery District Toronto
  • En Plein Air at MG Road by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at MG Road, Bangalore
  • En Plein Air at Whitefield by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at Whitefield, Bangalore
  • En Plein Air at Bangalore University by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at Bangalore University
  • En Plein Air at Mayo Hall by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at Mayo Hall, Bangalore
  • En Plein Air at Mysore Palace by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at Palace Gate, Mysore
  • En Plein Air at RMZ Infinity by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at RMZ Infinity, Bangalore
  • En Plein Air at St Phelomina by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at St Philomena, Mysore
  • En Plein Air at Counter Culture by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at Counter Culture, Bangalore
  • En Plein Air at Srirangapatnam by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at Srirangapatna
  • En Plein Air at Ranga Shankara by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at Ranga Shankara, Bangalore
  • En Plein Air at Harbour Front Toronto
  • En Plein Air at Gada Khorda near Bhubaneswar by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at Gada Khorda near Bhubaneswar
  • En Plein Air at Mukteswar Temple
  • En Plein Air at Rameswara Temple, Bhubaneswar by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at Rameswara Temple, Bhubaneswar
  • En Plein Air at Udayagiri Caves, Bhubaneswar by Prabal MallickEn Plein Air at Udayagiri Caves, Bhubaneswar
  • En Plein Air at Queens Park Toronto
En plein air at Ghatikia Viillage1 2 En Plein Air at Distillery District Toronto3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 En Plein Air at Harbour Front Toronto14 15 En Plein Air at Mukteswar Temple 16 17 18 En Plein Air at Queens Park Toronto19
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The sparkling morning dew on the grass that is still refreshingly damp to touch. The whispering wind that caresses, carrying on with it the faint whiff of wildflowers and the sounds of roosting birds. The rains that darken the skies, mist the horizon and tap a melody over rustling leaves.


This is what the artist is faced with when painting en plein air - where all his senses of sight, smell, sound and touch are continuously engaged, where he is in direct contact with nature's life force. And in turn, this lends to his art something that is so invigorating - that it never fails to touch a chord with the viewer.