Ravi Mandlik was born in the year 1960 at Achalpur, Maharashtra. He completed his G.D. Art in painting with first class first from Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai. He was a member of teaching faculty of L.S. Raheja School of Art, Mumbai and Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai for a considerable period of time. He has had several prominent solo exhibitions all over the country.
Internationally, he has been a part of several eminent art shows like ‘Imprints’, The Ueno Royal Museum Tokyo, 2007; & ‘Power of Peace’, Bali, 2007, organized by Tao art gallery; International show organized by Articulate, New York, 2007; ‘The Indiart Show 2006’; The Chapel Gallery, Singapore; ‘Maratha Kaleidoscope’ Al Diyafa Center, Satwa, Dubai, 2002; W/N Millennium Show at London, Brussels, Stockholm, and New York, 1999; International Art Exhibition, Yokohama Citizens’ Gallery, Japan, 1995.
He has bagged several awards for his outstanding works. He is one of the five winning artist from India for the Winsor & Newton worldwide millennium painting competition held in the year 1999. He was awarded the Bendre-Hussain Scholarship from BAS Mumbai in the year 1995-96. In the year 1992, he won the International awarded of Seychelles Visual Art Biennale from the Seychelles Govt. Others include award from the Art Society of India (1985), Usha Deshmukh Gold-Medal from Sir J.J. School of Art (1985) and Fellowship from Sir J. J. School of Art (1984).
He was invited to visit and represent India in an International Art Exhibition organized by Yokohama Citizens’ Gallery, Japan. His paintings are a part of collection at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai and Delhi; Lalit Kala Academy, Delhi; Maharashtra State Government and many private collections in India and abroad.
His paintings are a part of collection at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai and Delhi; Lalit Kala Academy, Delhi; Maharashtra State Government and many private collections in India and abroad.