Samba Prasad Biswas is an Indian painter. Samba completed an M.F.A. in painting with a Gold Medal from the Faculty of Visual Arts at Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata. He has been working as a full-time painter for 14 years. Samba started his artistic career as a figurative painter. But exposure to the work of great Indian abstract masters like S.H. Raza, Anish Kapoor, and Velu Viswanadhan helped him to feel the power and beauty of colour, form, and shape. He started making abstract paintings in 2012. Samba's artworks are dynamized by the architectural marvel of construction, musical cadence, and timeless moments of everyday life. His artwork has been exhibited extensively in India and some international venues like Singapore, South Korea, Vietnam, and Italy and has been featured in several publications. The artistic translations of his observations have earned him several prolific awards and recognitions.
Samba's artwork celebrates various spectrums of life and nature through colour and geometry. In his paintings, Samba tries to create a vibrant mood and manifest the colours and patterns harmoniously to keep the eyes of the viewer interested. While rendering art, Samba chooses the colour palette either intuitively or systematically, depending on his mood and picture-making process. He seeks inspiration from music, nature, and architecture to explore his art. The resulting images are rhythmic visual scenarios constructed methodically to celebrate various shades of our lives and nature. And the viewers are free to interpret Samba's art in their own way, as all his artworks are open-ended.