Born in 1971 at Kalburgi in Gulbarga, Jagadish M. Kamble pursued his academic training in art at the M.M.K. College of Visual Art, Karnataka. As a teenager he came across the paintings of Vijay Hagargundgi and found them so mesmerizing that decided to pursue his passion further and learn the Surpur miniature painting style under the tutelage of master artist. Jagadish’s works is inspired by classical Indian art and is marked for its fine lines and balaced palette. It has been featured in important exhibitions including the 46th National Art Exhibition of the National Academy of Art in Kerala, the 50th Anniversary exhibition of the National Academy of Art in New Delhi, and the International Mural Painters Camp organized by Kerala Lalit Kala Academy at Kottayam. His works are in the collections of M.M.K. College of Visual Art, Gulbarga, The Dept. of Science & Technology and India Habitat Center, both in New Delhi, SCZCC in Nagpur, SZCC in Tanjavur, NZCC in Patiala, Kerala Lalit Kala Academy in Triuvandrum, and with several with private collectors.