Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Phase III - Semi-abstract Paintings by Student Artists.

The Student Special Exhibition titled “Vidyarthi Vishesh” is in its third phase of exhibition at the gallery.

Showcasing selected paintings in the semi-abstract genre, the mediums depicted range from watercolour on paper to pen on paper and acrylic on canvas. Acrylic being the most used medium facilitates the young artists as they play with tonal nuances and application, at times rejoicing in the wash technique whilst at others, layering the work of art in a bold opaque interpretation.
The best part of this exhibition is the work and the perspective is fresh each year around. We tend to see a revitalising of the same subjects (predictably, one can only reinvent) in a manner that reflects the changing cultural ethos of our society. This show features students from almost 7 participating colleges in Mumbai, Pune and Nasik are participating with their works. Prices range from Rs. 2000/- to Rs.12000/-.

Participants are: Lalit V.Gawali, Prabhakar A.Kamble, Anant P.Geedh, Ashwani B. Jadhav, Sunil Kanawje, Kishor S.Suryavanshi and Radhika Barwe

Dates of Exhibition: 1st - 12th August 2011
Click on the adjoining slide show to view the works of art.

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