Friday, July 21, 2017

On view at Pradarshak: Vidyarthi Vishesh 2017 Phase I - Landscapes




"20th July – 29th July 2017: Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase I – Landscapes"
142F_Atul Gendle_Watercolour on Paper_14" x 21"

20th July – 29th July 2017: Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase I – Landscapes featuring artists Hardik D Malde, Siddhesh Chindarkar, Omkar Anand Misale, Shubham Karsan Kesur, Vaibhav Eknath Jagtap, Malhar Satyam, Sanjay Baliram Samekar & Atul Gendle.
 
Vidyarthi Vishesh is an exhibition that highlights diverse styles, techniques and mediums and is truly affordable!! The artists traverse through a gamut of personal experiences, general observations and the diabolic imprint of the social scenario. The bouquets and the brickbats carve the psyche of the individual artist as he/she banks on the creative expression of his brush to delve deeper into his impressionist as well as expressionist self and at times, into surrealist forays.

"20th July – 29th July 2017: Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase I – Landscapes"
95F_Sanjay Samekar_Acrylic on Paper_10" x 8"

"20th July – 29th July 2017: Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase I – Landscapes"
8F_Siddhesh Chindarkar_Acrylic on Canvas_12" x 16"
The Concept: Based on an interactive principle, the student exhibition extends over a period of 6 weeks and has been phased out to convenience the art enthusiast. It features creative and thought-provoking realistic and semi-realistic paintings apart from a host of Graphic Prints, Drawings, Still Life, Seascapes, Cityscapes, Landscapes, Compositions, as well as Experimental work.

"20th July – 29th July 2017: Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase I – Landscapes"
52F_Shubam Kesur_Mix Medium on Paper_19" x 29"

The body of work is expansive and selected from the Elementary, Intermediate, Advanced, Diploma and Degree classes; also from students pursuing their ATD and MFA. This gives the students a chance to observe in a mixed sphere, relate to techniques and applications and learn from each other; it also initiates them into the art of presentation and pricing.

The exhibition is phased out for a public viewing.

 

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