Monday, August 21, 2017

On view at Pradarshak: Vidyarthi Vishesh 2017 Phase IV - Still Life, Drawings, Printmaking etc.


"21st- 31st Aug.’17: Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase IV – Still Life & Printmaking etc"
158F_Sanket Jayant Sagare_Untitled_Soft Pastels on Paper_15" x 20"

21st- 31st Aug.’17: Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase IV – Still Life & Printmaking etc

Featured are works of Neha S Periwal, Swapnil Namdeo Jadhav, Anupkumar Shivaji Sharma, Rokesh Krushna Patil, Duhita D Keni, Shruthi Karthikeyan Panickar, Priti Shingare, Rashmi Lumaji Phondekar, Maitri Desai, Shubhankar Suresh Chandere, Sakshi Prakash Punamiya, Shital Vaijnathrao Jadhav, Sanket Jayant Sagare, Akash Ashok Parkande, & Mayur Paste. 

"21st- 31st Aug.’17: Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase IV – Still Life & Printmaking etc"
154_Sakshi Prakash Punamiya_In the womb_Corex cut_14" x 19"

To capture the essence as closely and accurately as possible, using different mediums like painting and print-making, the exhibits depict diverse thoughts and techniques – the most visited one being etching.
 
"21st- 31st Aug.’17: Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase IV – Still Life & Printmaking etc"
104F_Priti Shingare_Journey_Lithograph_24 x 30cm

The practice of print making helps create prints by transferring ink from a matrix or through a prepared screen to a sheet of paper or other material. Multiple impressions printed from the same matrix form an edition Common types of matrices that the students use include: metal plates, usually copper or zinc, or polymer plates for engraving or etching; stone, aluminium, or polymer for lithography; blocks of wood for woodcuts and wood engravings; and linoleum for linocuts. Screens made of silk or synthetic fabrics are used for the screen-printing process and the like.  Several forms of printmaking include iron engraving, woodcut and aquatints.
 
"21st- 31st Aug.’17: Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase IV – Still Life & Printmaking etc"
11F_Neha S Periwal_Cityscape_Corex cut_8" x 12"

Artists find inspiration from their immediate surroundings and at times, even attempt at giving expression to a deeper thought or social issue. 
  

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