Announces Jayesh Sachdev As The Artist Of The Fortnight, this fortnight features the photo-realistic canvases of Pune-based artist Jayesh Sachdev— a painter who introduced us to the world of pop-art, sometimes playing with vibrant hues, sometimes monochromatic.

India, June 16, 2011-, an online platform for Indian contemporary artists and art connoisseurs, announces Jayesh Sachdev as its ‘Artist Of The Fortnight’, whose art-work would be at display from June 16 to June 30.

The young artist loves to experiment with different colours and styles, sometimes dipping his brush to a palette of black and white, while at times, playing with earthy, warm tones. “My work is based on experience, and we come across something new everyday. No, I won’t call my work pastel, but it is bright— not fluorescent. I use a lot of Indian tones; hues that are very contrasting,” shares Sachdev.

Sachdev, who holds the National record for creating India’s first of its kind ‘Tyre-Art’, painting India’s largest ever canvas of 1600 sq.ft, rakes his belief in the much wider platform the Internet provides. “As a community,, provides contemporary artists a common platform. The online display of our work increases the outreach and we are able to showcase our work to the whole world, not being restrained by any geographical boundary,” says Sachdev.

Elaborating Sachdev’s work, Anuja Lath, Co-Founder and CEO, shares that the artist has a mixed collection of art-work at display, that would be appreciated by people from all walks of life.

Browse through Jayesh Sachdev’s work. Visit

About IndianArtCollectors, conceived by a group of Indian Contemporary Art collectors, believes in making the art market more transparent and efficient by exploiting the benefits of the Internet. With an endeavor to create a portal where collectors and artists can share their experiences and collections with each other, came into existence. The platform provides artists to display their works to discerning collectors, by uploading them at their convenience, setting their own prices and paying far lower commissions than other art galleries. The collectors benefit not only from lower costs, but being assured to get authenticated artwork directly from the artist.