Dr.Subimalendu Bikas Sinha's views
Art :
Art is expression and the nature is also expression of the absolute. But the difference between art and nature is that art is subjective and the nature is objective. When nature or life comes in art it breaks through its objective limitation and transformed to a better expression by the artist's unique power of creation. The flight of imagination that makes it possible the birth of new forms that never was on sea or land. So art is the unique expression of an artist.

Practice of Art :
An artist should have self-respect on his unique artistic freedom and individuality. He should never follow or copy others. He should find out or create his own way of creation. When he looks other art works he will enjoy and find out its hermoney and order in management of space, form, line ,tone, colour, etc. which all together makes possible an unique expression and 'Rasa' (blissfulness).

Studio :
Artist's studio should be absolutely personal. Creation of Art is not a group activities. Necessarily skill of a group may be utilized for his mammoth work, but that is in the form of labors only. Because we know the creation of Art is an individual character.

Mood and mode of Expression :
All of us want to express our own. But most of all can't express him. For the bread and butter they have to do other's work, to fulfill some purpose and to please some authority or power they have to say or express other thing which are not their own. They suppressed their own will to do. We must know that the fulfillment in one's expression is the blissfulness to him. A mother accepts all the trouble, pain and hazards in careering her child because she gets blissfulness there. Blissfulness overcomes all the sorrows and pain. But most of the people are trying to solve their crisis in a wrong way by flattering some other who holds some power, Most of the artists today are doing such wrong thing and get influenced for an expectation of the false fame and fortune. Doing art is the response of an artist to the call of absolute. So an artist should be honest to his soul and the call of absolute. In fact the real creation happens within the artist where his whole existence becomes art. Then he attempts to express it out to the canvas through technique. In aesthetics it is called the technique of externalization.

Responsibility :
Every artist should have to save and honour his self-respect, the core ground of creation. Uniqueness is the prime character of art and the artist's individuality is the real bed of its creation.

Discipline :
Creation of art is something beyond discipline but not indiscipline something. An art is always unique in creation means it creates its own order or discipline. As per Hegal art corrects nature and we may say that nature's discipline becomes rectified to a better form of discipline in art.

Dr. Subimalendu Bikas Sinha is the first principal of Indian College of Arts & Draftsmanship as per U.G.C norms and regulations. In his student life he studied 5 years Diploma in Fine Art in Govt. Art College after obtaining B.Sc.(Bio) degree from Calcutta University. Being ex-student he is the first teacher with Ph.D. degree in Govt. Art College. He has been honoured by the award of ‘Indo-Hungarian Educational Exchange Programme 2006-07 fellowship' by the Hungarian Govt. with the award of a Long-Term Scholarship through the courtesy of University Grants Commission, India. He has done his research on Hungarian Art in the Hungarian University of Fine Arts at Budapest in this programme with the munificence of Govt. of both the countries. In the history of Govt. College of Art & Craft he is the first teacher who is nominated as such E.E.P. Scholar.

In his first life before art education he was working as maintenance staff at I.I.T. Kharagpur. He initiated his art education with Diploma in Fine Arts at the Govt. College of Art & Craft, Kolkata for five years and M.A. in painting at Rabindra Bharati University for two years along with his night duty at I.I.T. Kharagpur. Of course Mr. G.Shunmugum, Mr. Patra and so many teachers of I.I.T. helped him with their whole hearted co-operation. Within this period he obtained training on Fresco Painting (Jaipur Fresco, Italian Fresco & Tempera Fresco) at Banasthali Vidyapith G.V. Mahavidyalaya, Jaipur. He learned French Language firstly at Alliance Francoise, Kolkata and finally at I.I.T. Kharagpur. Afterwards He has completed his Research on Modern Aesthetics under the guidance of Dr. Sudhir Kumar Nandy and obtained Ph. D. degree from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata. After obtaining P.G. degree he changed his service from I.I.T. to Shilpakala Shiksh Mandir (school) as art teacher for two years and then as Lecturer in the Govt. College of Art & Craft, Kolkata on 1985.

He was entrusted in the restoration of a number of old heritage oil painting of Senate Hall, Calcutta University at the 'Ashutosh Musium of Indian Art' for five years. These historical paintings are painted by J.P. Ganguly, Shashi Hesh, Atul Bose and many others. He has also done restoration of 140 years old Marble sculpture and painting of Rev. Alexander Duff and some oil portraits of Rev. Haste, Rev. Alex Tomory, Kalicharn Bonerjee, etc. at Schottish Church College, Kolkata. There he has also painted a new oil painting of Rev. Alexander Duff, founder of this college. He has painted oil portrait of Gurudas Banerjee (first Bengali V.C. 1890 - 1892) and Sir Asutosh Mukherjee (V.C., 1906 - 1914 & 1921 - 1923) on the occasion of 175th anniversary of Calcutta University which were preserved in the chamber of Vice-chancellor of that university. Teachers and students of Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest learned Jaipur Fresco technique from him and in return he has trained from them the technique of restoration and removing Fresco Painting from the wall. Abanindranath Tagore joined Govt College of Art & Craft as Vice-Principal in 1906. After 100 years of his publication on aesthetics, ' Bageswari Prabandhabali ' Dr. Sinha is the first teacher of that college who's book on aesthetics entitled, ' Nandantatter Aloke Adhunik Chitrakala ' was published by Indian Society for Art & Aesthetics,Kolkata. This book is selected by Raja Rammohan Roy Library Foundation and collected by the Government for the Govt. Libraries. This book became wisely reference to many research scholars in the Universities. His murals, ' Evolution of Indian Music ' at the auditorium of D.A.V.College, Punjab and ' Ganga ' , ' Indian Culture ' & ' Celebrating New Born ' in the collection of Dr. N. C.Chatterjee at Aboohar, Punjab; a mural of 10 ft.H. x 30 ft.W. at the Growth Centre, Shantiniketan are appreciated.