Like a secret inscription written on a treasure chest, the intricacy of Hiralal Patel‘s sketches were extremely beautiful. It truly defined the nomenclature of event, ‘Micro circle art’. To further elaborate and understand the artist’s real mastery we all as spectators used a magnifying lens to observe. We all were baffled to witness that the forms within the sketches were actually compilation of small circles and lines made with pen and pencil; and each of this circle being different in shape, size and shade!
Hiralal Patel, who has faced many hard ships in his life, hails from a small town of Gujarat. Now being a splendour fine artist, Hiralal has performed many solo shows, and shows even in Dubai, Goa, Mumbai and various other galleries.
The real essence of his creativity lies in his devotion that he has towards art. He believes paintings as his prayer and art as a religion to him. His belief on creator and his energies clearly reflects within his work which is intensely associated with nature and its course. Every tiny circle that he draws is supported by constant ‘japa’ (chant) of the almighty’s name, this process lends to his art a serene vibe that touches the viewers deep emotions.
The show will be exhibited from 28th June to 3rd July at Amdavad Ni Gufa during 04:00 PM to 08:00 PM. Team Creative Yatra certainly recommends everyone to make a visit at the Micro Circle Art exhibition, and yes to really relish its art forms, do not forget to bring your magnifying lens!
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