Art Workshop Melange Season III


Art Workshop Melange Season III features a prominent line up of 19 artists from supreme statures and varied backgrounds. The participating artists include names like Akkitham Narayanan, Jogen Chowdhury, Gogi Saroj Pal, Paresh Maity, Shahabuddin Ahmed, Jayasri Burman and Vrindavan Solanki. Gallery Artistmindz of Bhubaneswar has organized it, and the show shall be inaugurated in the evening hours of November 25, 2017, at Sterling Golden Sands Holiday Resorts and the workshop is estimated to go on from November 24, 2017, to November 28, 2017.

It will probably be one of the nation’s most sophisticated visual arts gathering that is extending its geographical reach up to Dubai UAE, Bhubaneswar India and Toronto Canada. The initiative was taken by the gallery in November 2016 during its first season of the workshop, and the scale has grown immensely massive as they are also partnering with the Airport Authorities of Odisha now. The connoisseurs have an opportunity to witness the master strokes of the maestros as the exhibition will continue in the town of Lord Jagannath Puri.


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