A milieu of art

A milieu of art
x
Highlights

Pegasus Art Gallery is conducting an exhibition of paintings by the group of artists from Amity, Kolkata. The artists participating in the event are Barun Saha, Chandana Khan, Rintu Roy, K Majumber, Juthika Sengupta, Debarya Ghosh, Nikhil Biswas and among others. A total of 40 paintings are displayed in the exhibition are on view until October 29, from 4 pm to 8 pm at Pegasus Art Gallery.

Pegasus Art Gallery is conducting an exhibition of paintings by the group of artists from Amity, Kolkata. The artists participating in the event are Barun Saha, Chandana Khan, Rintu Roy, K Majumber, Juthika Sengupta, Debarya Ghosh, Nikhil Biswas and among others. A total of 40 paintings are displayed in the exhibition are on view until October 29, from 4 pm to 8 pm at Pegasus Art Gallery.

Retired IAS officer Chandana Khan is also participating in the exhibition. Explaining about her paintings Chandana said: “I did my paintings on canvas and featured Buddha in that. I have used all the colours on Buddha and used 3D effects, six watercolour texture technique, gold colour, dry pastured and blocks to make a leaf on painting. I chose Buddha because I have very strong faith in him, for me, Buddha is a different spiritual world, which is full of joy. He is a hero in colour not in abandonment.”

About his works artist Nikhil Biswas shared: “My art represents men and women, in two integral and quintessential elements of this universe in spite of being different on myriads of aspects. I have always been embarked on the journey of uniting with each other.

I have put in an effort to depict the unadulterated attraction along with their divergent longings; where the horse is a muscular and robust animal since the dawn of the mankind. The horse signifies power.

Men and woman conceive unlike thoughts and imagination and their outburst is independent as much. As men possess resilient features, he is destined to toil hard; however, he is lord imagining woman in her heart in a very dedicated manner. On the contrary, as women are very unlike of that, they long for men with bravery and supremacy.”

Rintu Roy, said, “I have done six paintings and one of them is of a gramophone. I painted gramophone because I want to give a message with it. It has vanished because people adopted the new modern technology. So I want people to remember about gramophone from my painting.”

Show Full Article
Print Article
Interested in blogging for thehansindia.com? We will be happy to have you on board as a blogger.
Next Story
More Stories