Saturday, July 11, 2015

On View at Pradarshak: The Annual Student Exhibition 2015 - Phase I - Landscapes



watercolour on paper wash technique
Untitled_Watercolour on Handmade Paper

13thJuly – 25thJuly’15: Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase I – Landscapes, Seascapes & Streetscapes   


This annual exhibition of students showcases tomorrow’s budding artists in their best element. The selection of paintings is culled from vast portfolios of each artist – from work done on location, from photographic references and largely from the innate creativity of the student artist.
 
oil on canvas board landscape
Temple_Oil on Canvas Board

The first phase, where we exhibit landscapes features a mix of styles and mediums, where the artists play on your senses with the challenges of watercolour washes and oils on canvas, besides working with poster colours, acrylics and mix medium on paper, mount board, canvas board and canvas.
 
acrylic on paper forest-scape
Untitled_Acrylic on Paper
watercolour on paper seascape
Untitled_Watercolour on Paper

Suffice to say that each budding artist is enterprising and selected after a stringent procedure of elimination.

Pradarshak wishes these artists all the very best!

Featured artists in this show: Atul Gendle, Sameer Nimbekar, Sunil Kamble, Kiran Gunjkar, Vaibhav Jagtap, Mandar Ujal, Jitendra Patil, Paresh Thukrul, Naresh Mahale, Nishant Parkar, Avishkar Vispute, Dinesh Chaudhari, Amit Swamy, Abhay Tawade, Priya Patil, Shrinivas Makam, Suresh Jangid, Omkar Misale, Sudarshan Masne, Trupti Gomase,  Ichalkaranjikar Saad Salim and Shankar Kakade.
 
oil on canvas landscape
Untitled_Oil on Canvas

Featured Schools of Art:
L. S. Raheja School of Fine Art, Mumbai
K. K. Wagh College of Fine Art, Nasik
Karandikar Kala Academy, Dombivali,
Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Fine Art, Pune
Chitrakala Mahavidyalaya, Nasik
Sir. J. J. School of Art, Mumbai
Kala Vidya Sankul, Mumbai

Dalvi’s Art Institute, Kolhapur

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