01:10AM, Friday 19 October 2012
There are a few days remaining to catch an exhibition of original abstract works by artist Jatin Aythora at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts.
Fragments, Jatin's first exhibition, features 16 works inspired by emotions and surroundings.
The Mumbai-born artist, who lives in Maidenhead, has been painting since childhood but first discovered his ability with abstract art about two years ago.
The exhibition covers a year of his work.
Jatin said: "It's all about an expression of the things around me and the emotions that inspire me.
"The colours and textures I use to express these emotions are very relatable.
"Abstract is a subject I have been discovering for myself for about the last five years. About two years ago I started on that journey of expressing myself through abstract art."
Jatin, who cites Charlie Chaplin among his inspirations, is hoping for more exhibitions and is currently in consultation with galleries in London about more shows.
The exhibition closes on Sunday.
Norden Farm, in Altwood Road, Maidenhead, is open Tuesday-Friday from 2pm-10pm and Saturday-Sunday from 10am-10pm.
Admission is free.
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