Bhare’s work plays on the simple scenes in his everyday life. Romanticizing the ordinary while downplaying the feelings and emotions that make him up as an artist and a person. Positioning himself in art history as a "selfish painter," he creates works that don’t speak to political or social issues. He uses his art to speak on what happens outside the noise of the world, constantly living in his own headspace. He says whether it's something as simple as a roof over the head and good plate of food, every piece is meant to be turned and hung in different ways to gain new insight and impressions on the work as a whole.
His biggest influences are Danny Fox and Claude Monet. Bhare's art is available on Known Origin and Foundation. ONE37pm spoke with Bhare about his favorite works, how we got his start in the NFT space, and what he hopes to accomplish as an artist.
ONE37pm: How has your artistic journey changed since joining NFTs? How did you start?
Bhare: It’s been a whirlwind so far! I have honestly been able to really take the time to elevate my artistry. That first initial offer I got on my piece one year ago sent such a shook through my body. I felt so appreciated as an artist. It gave me all the drive in the world to push myself harder to create even better works. It has help me find doors that aren’t easily opened in the traditional art world and even find people that connect on different level with me. I would have never imagined all of this. I start one year ago on Zora after watching some friends start venturing into NFTs. From there I’ve jumped to FND and KnownOrigin and now finally on SuperRare.
ONE37pm: Do you prefer physical or digital art?
Bhare: I will always prefer physical, it was what started it all for me. I do have lots and lots of love for digital and the vast range of things you can do with it. Since starting with digital works last year, I’ve invested in multiple art programs and even started dabbling in a bit of animation work. Though that needs so much more refining.