Glorious Galore!

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From left : Sanjay Savaliya, Paragji Patel, Rajkumar Sarde, Priya Aghera, Naisargi Dalal

A bunch of Rhythmic notes together make a constant melody. And within a melody every note has its own tone, uniqueness and importance, giving a holistic effect to the whole song. A similar synchronisation was visible at the Glorious Artist Painting Exhibition at Amdavad Ni Gufa this Tuesday, when 5 artists with different stroke methods gave birth to a whole new vision for every spectator.

This week Herwitz Art gallery will give you a completely refreshing feel. The spectators of the exhibition have been given an opportunity to experiment with their own observation skills. Rajkumar Sarde’s Ganesha paintings display an edgy, but an extremely calm image of the deity. His art screams about the relationship of Ganesha and today’s contemporary world.

Rajkumar Sarde’s Ganesha paintings

 

Naisargi Dalal’s paintings will take you in nature’s poetry world, where the vibrancy of colour, flowers, birds, greenery and graciousness will guide you towards a happy mode. Her art gives a subtle hint of optimism and emotions blooming in every individual being.

Naisargi Dalal, Nature's Poetry World

Paragaji Patel, who is another exhibitor of the group, has given out purity on his canvas. His belief of seeing basics in everything is really simple but deep. His plain design and extreme end colour combination is eye catchy and spectacular.

Paragaji Patel, Oil Painting on Canvas, Sculpture

Sanjay Savaliya, who has allowed memories to play a slumber game within his art, has spoken a lot with his brush strokes. He reflects people, who have left the physical body from earth but are still somewhere in another dimension, craving for our touch.

Sanjay Savaliya, Abstract art, oil painting on Canvas, the world of spirits

Lastly on the beach project of Priya Aghera displays a leisure form of Sun, Sea and Sand. Her approach towards travelling and beauty of nature, season and climate is something that anyone would relate with and get nostalgic.

Priya Aghera, Sea, Sun, Sand, Beach and Boat in The Ocean Painting

These are young artists with potential, and to them, a little encouragement will go a long way.

Creative Yatra recommends every art inquisitor to visit Glorious Artist Painting Exhibition to get rejuvenated with their own imagination power. The exhibition was inaugurated by noted architect Hiren Patel and Principal of Sheth CN School of Fine Arts Ratilal Kansodariya. The exhibition is open from May 24 to May 29, 2016 from 04:00 PM to 08:00 PM.

Painting Exhibition, architect Hiren Patel, Sheth C N Fine Arts Ratilal Kansodariya, Amdavad ni gufa

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