A Journey Through Seven Oceans

11.00 AM - 07.00 PM

Kanoriya Center For Arts, KL Museum Campus, Opp. Gujarat University Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad.

Open For All.

2019-03-01 11:00:00 2019-03-03 19:00:00 Asia/Kolkata A Journey Through Seven Oceans

Odyssey will feature a showcase of collected sculptures and décor artefacts from various tribes from 1st to 3rd March at Kanoria Centre for Arts.

Brought in from tribal destinations like Nias Island, Jawa, Timor, Sumatra, Papua, Asmat tribe, Vietnam and New Guinea, the collectibles enchant with their beauty, astonish with their peculiarity, and besides their visual impact, have immense and deep underlying meaning and historical stories to tell.

Handcrafted with teak wood, palm leaves and organic colours, the display includes a collection of platters that are made out of petrified wood which is a three-dimensional representation of the original materials. Alongside, you will find an interesting range of Nias tribal art statues, Toraja wood carving, wooden funerary poles from New Guinea, Vietnamese Art, African Sculptures tribal platters, plates and Lombok masks that are handcrafted with wood and decorated with sea shells and coins.

Colours, textures and detailing can breathe life into any space. Save the dates and revamp your living spaces with these conversation starter antique sculptures.

When: 1st – 3rd March 2019

Where: Kanoria Centre for Arts

 

Source : Facebook.

Kanoriya Center For Arts, KL Museum Campus, Opp. Gujarat University Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad.

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

Odyssey will feature a showcase of collected sculptures and décor artefacts from various tribes from 1st to 3rd March at Kanoria Centre for Arts.

Brought in from tribal destinations like Nias Island, Jawa, Timor, Sumatra, Papua, Asmat tribe, Vietnam and New Guinea, the collectibles enchant with their beauty, astonish with their peculiarity, and besides their visual impact, have immense and deep underlying meaning and historical stories to tell.

Handcrafted with teak wood, palm leaves and organic colours, the display includes a collection of platters that are made out of petrified wood which is a three-dimensional representation of the original materials. Alongside, you will find an interesting range of Nias tribal art statues, Toraja wood carving, wooden funerary poles from New Guinea, Vietnamese Art, African Sculptures tribal platters, plates and Lombok masks that are handcrafted with wood and decorated with sea shells and coins.

Colours, textures and detailing can breathe life into any space. Save the dates and revamp your living spaces with these conversation starter antique sculptures.

When: 1st – 3rd March 2019

Where: Kanoria Centre for Arts

 

Source : Facebook.




promotional