Prarambha Group and ITC Rajputana have jointly organised a group painting exhibition ‘Welcomart’ on Friday at the Hotel ITC Rajputana, which was inaugurated by the artists Padama Shri S Shakir Ali and Kailash Chand Kumawat. In the exhibition, 45 paintings have been exhibited by four different artists, which will proceed until October 24.
An artist from Lucknow, Mohd Rijwan, has exhibited 14 paintings in the exhibition, which are a symbolic display of Peace and Serenity, symbolised by Lord Buddha and Ganesha.
Another artist, Rashbehari Saha from West Bengal, is displaying a unique art form of Tankha Painting mixed with Kathakali dance postures in his paintings. He is also showcasing his western painting art skills incorporated with realistic stills on canvas.
12 paintings with intricate artwork of the artist Angeniya Mohapatra from Odisha is been displayed in the exhibition. His paintings are based on ‘Patchitra’, a traditional art form of Odisha, which is commonly seen in the temples of the state. Miniature artist from Jaipur Hemant Singh Kumawat is exhibiting 14 paintings on the ‘Style of Miniature’ art form, based on the theme ‘Nature’.
Day-two of ‘Jaipur Art Expo 2019’ was dedicated to the ‘Umbrella Workshop’
Creation of words was overshadowed by the art at the four-day ‘Jaipur Art Expo 2019’ at Blue Pluto in Entertainment Paradise, on behalf of Kala Aakar Foundation on Friday, with various artists and poets painting umbrellas for destitute children. There were various painting techniques used with beautiful combinations of colours, where many artists took part in the ‘Umbrella Painting Workshop’ and also made the public aware of their creation.
Renowned poets and artists made paintings in oil and acrylic colors, as well as human expressions on sketches. There were experts in making Papier-mâché products, who had also showcased Mix Media Paintings at the ‘Jaipur Art Expo 2019’.