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Artists and celebs throng NGMA retrospective tribute to Rini Dhumal and her colourful Canvas of Life

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Artists and celebs throng NGMA retrospective tribute to Rini Dhumal and her colourful Canvas of Life

Every artist dips his brush into his soul, and then emerges a masterpiece. This seems to be so true for artist Rini Dhumal.   The Power of Shakti: A Retrospective of Rini Dhumal  at the National Gallery of modern art speaks volumes for the artist and each of her works that reflect her strength and resilience  radiating in its  light. Rini Dhumal’s powerful works have always brought out the extraordinary  strength in the ordinary  Indian woman. Her works of art were strongly rooted in Indian culture at the same time, effortlessly embraced the influences of her foreign travels and their influence.

Her studio situated on the first floor of her residence was recreated at NGMA besides the powerful ambience for the works, thanks to the efforts of  Adwaita Charan Garanayak, Director General, NGMA who has also curated the   exhibition.

Rini Dhumal’s retrospective — Shakti is on view from Saturday, 21st May, 2022 onwards.

The preview of the exhibition was graced by Brinda Miller, Nisha Jamwwal, Sudarshan Shetty, Pheroza Godrej, Vilas Shinde, Director General NGMA, Adwait Gadanayak, PD Dhumal, Radhika Dhumal, Shashi Bansal, Kalpana Gandhi, Vinod Sharma, Madhu Sharma, Sanjana Shelat, Jayanti Rabadia, Madhusudan, Jain Kamal, Kuldeep Koregaonkar among others.

The exhibition is on view from Saturday, 21st May, 2022 onwards.

Shakti was scheduled to open in December, 2020, but the COVID -19 pandemic wreaked havoc and thus, the show was postponed by a year. Unfortunately, Rini Dhumal passes away rather unexpectedly in September, 2021. Hence the retrospective.

Artists and celebs throng NGMA retrospective tribute to Rini Dhumal and her colourful canvas of life…

Solo Exhibition of Watercolour Landscapes By well-known artist Dr. M.G. Makandar in Jehangir Art Gallery

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Solo Exhibition of Watercolour Landscapes By well-known artist Dr. M.G. Makandar in Jehangir Art Gallery

From: 10th to 16th May 2022

Solo Exhibition of Watercolour Landscapes

By well-known artist Dr. M.G. Makandar

VENUE:

Jehangir Art Gallery

161-B, M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400001

Timing; 11am to 7pm

Contact: 94484 20510

Serene Beauty of Nature

Recent work of a well known artist from Karnataka, Dr. M.G. Makandar in water colours will be displayed in a solo art exhibition at Jehangir Art Gallery, M.G. Road, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400001 from 10th to 16th May, 2022 between 11 am to 7 pm. It will present landscapes and other works related to beauty of nature in different forms in water colours in his unique technique and stylish visual expressions. This show will be inaugurated on 10th May 2022 at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai at 12 noon by Mr. M.R. Balikai, senior renowned artist from Dharwad and Mr.Devagouda N. Malagoudnavar, well known artist from Dharwad in presence of many art lovers, patrons, collectors of art etc.

Dr. M.G. Makandar hails from Belgaum, Karnataka. He had his art education upto Art Master followed by Master of fine arts in Karnataka. He was awarded doctorate in fine arts from a well known University in Karnataka. He achieved the Karnataka Lalit Kala Academy Award. Then he displayed his work in water colours in many solo and group art exhibitions at numerous places in leading art galleries at Dharwad, Hubbali, Bangalore, Mysore, BelgaviUdupi, Goa, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Pune and many more.  He also participated in International art shows at Nepal, Bangkok, Kathamandu etc.  He is a proud recipient of several awards from leading art promotional institutions of good reputation as a recognition and appreciation of his genuine talent and creativity.  His works are in collection of many art collectors in India and abroad.

Deeply motivated by an intense urge from within to create artwork in water colours to reveal the beauty of nature in a realistic style, Dr. M.G. Makandar was very much obsessed by the hues of the simplicity of village life and its cultural vignettes in rural areas of our country.  He was also overwhelmed by the omnipresent beauty of nature and its numerous hues and grandeur in various seasons in a year at different places and regions. His keen observations, command over the medium and techniques used and an eloquent visual language of expressions together resulted into the present series of artwork that is not only picturesque and expressive but also eloquent and visually pleasant. It depicts small mud huts and houses of farmers and other working class in rural environments that produce the landscapic visual effect.  He has displayed simple village life and eternal beauty of nature at Hampi, Pattadakalla, Badami, Bijapur, Goa and many more places in his works.  In addition, he has also highlighted the hills and snowclad mountains in Nepal and other spots.  He also incorporated the eternal beauty and divine serenity of Mother Nature and their omnipresent grandeur in his works at strategic arenas so as to adorn them aesthetically with the desired visual effects and the expected tranquillity.

Solo Exhibition of Watercolour Landscapes By well-known artist Dr. M.G. Makandar in Jehangir Art Gallery

Fascinating Devotion Solo Show of Recent Paintings By well-Known artist Bira Kishor Patra in Nehru Centre Art Gallery

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Fascinating Devotion Solo Show of Recent Paintings By well-Known artist Bira Kishor Patra in Nehru Centre Art Gallery

From: 26th April to 2nd May 2022

“Fascinating Devotion”

A Journey Through Divine Music

Solo show of Recent Paintings

By well-known artist Bira Kishor Patra

VENUE:

Nehru Centre Art Gallery

AC Gallery, Dr. Annie Besant Road,

Worli, Mumbai 400 018

Contact: 7021594332

Contact: 11am to 7pm

FASCINATING  DEVOTION

Recent creative and thematic work of a famous contemporary artist Bira Kishor Patra has been displayed in a solo art exhibition at Nehru Centre A.C. art gallery Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai 400 018 from 26th April, to 2nd May, 2022 between 11 am to 7 pm.

The show is supported by Mr. Manmohan Jaiswal, Director Aakriti Art Foundation

Bira Kishor Patra hails from Orissa, He had his art education upto B.F.A. in Painting from Berhampur University, Orissa and then M.F.A. in Painting from Faculty of Visual Arts, B.H.U. Varansi, U.P.  He was a proud recipient of several awards even during his student period and thereafter also from many prestigious art promotional institutions of national and international reputation.  He actively participated in many solo and group art shows at numerous art galleries all over India and abroad and rendered his yeoman services for propagation of fine arts to masses through talks on radio/TV and other means for presentations/demonstrations etc.  His works are in proud collection of many art collectors of good reputation in India and abroad.  He has often received overwhelming public response and appreciations for his presentations.

The present series of artwork in acrylic colours on canvas illustrates subtle nuances of FASCINATING  DEVOTION  in his unique style of visual expressions.  His unique expressive thematic endeavours reveal the conceptualization on divine path through music of spirituality and rhythm of music.  It is most effectively revealed through his artistic exploration of the beauty and reality of Universal metaphor in human soul, mind and heart.  These divine sentiments are depicted very artistically by Bir Kishor Patra via vivid interactive and expressive emotional experiences which have duly inspired him to vividly portray the spiritual Universe connected and closely related with Divine Music which, in turn, showers its eternal elixir and nectar on the entire mankind. The artistic expressions in various works symbolize the divine journey from outer world to inner subconscious mind which is based on spiritual experience of Divine Gurus, Saints etc. as has been derived from Universal truth of realisation of self.

Fascinating Devotion Solo Show of Recent Paintings By well-Known artist Bira Kishor Patra in Nehru Centre Art Gallery

शिल्पी खरे ‘अर्टिस्टरी ऑफ वूमेन’ की महिला कलाकारों द्वारा कला प्रदर्शनी में सराही गई

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शिल्पी खरे ‘अर्टिस्टरी ऑफ वूमेन’ की महिला कलाकारों द्वारा कला प्रदर्शनी में सराही गई

राज्य ललित कला अकादमी रीजनल सेंटर, लखनऊ की कला वीथिका में ‘अर्टिस्टरी ऑफ वूमेन’ की महिला कलाकारों द्वारा प्रदर्शनी का आयोजन किया गया।

जिसका उद्घाटन मुख्य अतिथि लखनऊ की मेयर श्रीमती संयुक्ता भाटिया के द्वारा किया गया। अध्यक्षता डॉ लवकुश द्विवेदी ने की और विशिष्ट अतिथि देवेंद्र त्रिपाठी रहे।

डॉ शारदा सिंह ने कलाकार ग्रुप का परिचय दिया और मेहमानों का स्वागत और भाषण का कार्यभार संभाला। तथा डॉ निहारिका सिंह द्वारा धन्यवाद ज्ञापित किया। डॉ शारदा सिंह और निहारिका सिंह के प्रयासों के कारण इस कार्यक्रम में देश व्यापी समूह में देश के विभिन्न स्थानों से विभिन्न कलाकारों में एकजुटता दिखाई दी।

प्रत्येक माह में एक बार समूह की कार्यशाला का आयोजन किया जाता है जिसमें तैयार कृतियों का यहां प्रदर्शित किया गया है। इस समूह में प्रोफेसर, छात्राएं, कलाकार, अध्यापक, गृहणी सभी एक साथ काम करते हैं। इसमें शिल्पी खरे (लखनऊ), निरुपमा टंक (भावनगर गुजरात), अमिता शर्मा, अमिता विश्वकर्मा, निहारिका सिंह, अन्नू चौहान, अनीता पांडे, अंकिता शर्मा, कमर आरा, कविता, कुसुम, डॉ शारदा सिंह, डॉ प्रोफेसर रेखा कक्कड़, डॉ जयश्री द्विवेदी, डॉ अनंता शांडिल्य, डॉ आभा, डॉ कुसुम, लता गुप्ता, डॉ रश्मि सक्सेना, नेहा कुमारी, प्रीति मलिक, प्रतिभा त्रिपाठी, प्रियंका जैसवाल, पूनम पटेल, मृदुला, ममता, मीनू सिंह, मोनाली, वनिता मिधा, मौसमी गुप्ता, शर्मिला शर्मा, शिवानी, शिवांगी गुप्ता, शुचिता त्रिपाठी, रिजु बरनवाल आदि ने प्रतिभाग लिया। इस कला प्रदर्शनी में लखनऊ से आई शिल्पी खरे के कार्य को सराहना मिली।

कला प्रदर्शनी में सराही गई शिल्पी खरे

Paintings And Sculptures by Artists from Gujrat and Invited Artists of Maharashtra in Jehangir

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Paintings And Sculptures by Artists from Gujrat and Invited Artists of Maharashtra in Jehangir

From 14th to 20th March, 2022

“Confluence of Creative Contemporaries”

An Exhibition of Paintings & Sculptures

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Artists from Gujrat and Invited artists of Maharashtra

Participating artists in the show are: –  Vrindavan Solanki, Gagji Manpara, Umesh Kyada, Milan Desai, Ajit Chaudhary, Natu Tandel, Navneet Rathod, Kailash Desai, Sajjad Kapasi, Ajit Bhanderi, Rajesh Muliya & Hardev Jethwa alongwith Guest artists – Ravi Paranjape Pune, Babubhai Mistry – Mumbai, Prakash Bal Joshi – Mumbai and Amrut Patel – New Delhi.

VENUE:

Jehangir Art Gallery

161-B, M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact:9819139559

Confluence of Creative Contemporaries –  समन्वय 

A group of 16 contemporary artists from Gujarat and Maharashtra will showcase their latest paintings and sculptures in Hirji Jehangir art gallery, M.G. Road, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001 from 14th to 20th March, 2022 between 11 am to 7 pm.  They have endeavoured to display their conceptual artworks in the form of paintings and sculptures in various mediums and techniques so as to highlight the confluence of the creative  skills and cultural as well as social vignettes of different regions of the country.  The show will be ceremoniously inaugurated on 14th March 2022 at the venue at the hands of Ms. Urmilaben Kanoria – Founder Chairperson, Kanoria Centre of arts, Ahmedabad, Mr. Vishwanath Sable – Dean Sir J.J. School of Arts Mumbai and Mr. Narendra Vichare, – Director, Shri. Vasantdada Patil College Mumbai in presence of many art lovers, collectors etc.   Various participating artists in the show are –  Vrindavan Solanki, Gagji Manpara, Umesh Kyada, Milan Desai, Ajit Chaudhary, Natu Tandel, Navneet Rathod, Kailash Desai, Sajjad Kapasi, Ajit Bhanderi, Rajesh Muliya & Hardev Jethwa alongwith Guest artists – Ravi Paranjape Pune, Babubhai Mistry – Mumbai, Prakash Bal Joshi – Mumbai and Amrut Patel – New Delhi.

Based on the Ethnic and Modern, created in Magicaly realistic to Abstract, conceptual to  purely formative paintings and sculptures are showcased by the participating artists through their artworks in different techniques and mediums.  The most prominent amongst them include the paintiings are the ones with  the message of innocence, joy and enthusiasm as well as contentment and curiosity in human mind synonymous to a  child in him by Hardev Jethva, Umesh Kyada, realms of life in the works with message of environment preservation and of growing and saving of trees and treasures of nature in the works  Kailas Desai,Navneet Rathod, life journey and cycle of joy & happiness in the sculptures of Rajesh Muliya, Mystical expressions of Gagji Monpara in Sculptures, Poetic creations of Milan Desai, Magical, Lyrical and expressive lines depicting the ethnic life of Gujarat by world acclaimed artistVrindavan Solanki, Warli culture and its social vignettes in the works of Ajit Chaudhari, mysteries of simple forms and semi flat planes to highlight the life cycle and its cultural vignettes in the works of Babubhai  Mistry, Sajjad Kapasi and Ajitbhai Banderi , subdued hues of mysterious spiritual connection with rivers in the works of Prakash Bal Joshi, Cultural treasures & heritage in the works in absolute easthetic realms of world acclaimed master Ravi Paranjape and many more.

   

Paintings And  Sculptures by Artists from Gujrat and Invited artists of Maharashtra in Jehangir

Semi abstract artist Sangeeta Babani’s Exhibition FAIRY TALES at Jehangir Art Gallery paints a bright picture of the bustling world

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Semi abstract artist Sangeeta Babani’s Exhibition  FAIRY TALES  at Jehangir Art Gallery paints a bright picture of the bustling world

When- 8th March, Inauguration from  6.30 pm onwards, exhibition from 8th march to 14 th March

Where- Jehangir Art Gallery, 161B, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001.

Entry- Free

Sangeeta Babani has become a well-known name in the abstract and realism art world. Raised in Spain, this artist’s musings veer from figurative to semi-abstract depiction, surrealism to semi-realism, as the mood takes her. Babani was amongst the first to paint on cars as she does not believe in limiting her canvases only to a white paper frame. She worked with Tata Motors, BMW, Jeep and Mercedes Benz. She has held numerous exhibitions in India and displayed her work in London, Paris and Dubai and showcased an 18 feet Installation called The Lost Art. The accomplished Artist was awarded for her Contemporary work in Paris (France) in 2017.

Celebrating life’s day-to-day occurrences, culture, cities, intersections of places and time, she conjures up memories, thoughts, opinions, stories that inspire her to step into another world of colour, canvas, rhythmic strokes and storytelling.

Babani recently launched an exhibition titled ‘Fairy Tales’ at Jehangir Art Gallery showcasing different cities around the globe manifested in bright and vibrant colours. With the theme ‘Life itself is the most wonderful fairy tale’, the artist aimed at creating a mood of happiness and calm.

Sangeeta Babani says, “I create landscapes and urban settings in a surreal and fairy-like manner. The images are from my visits to many lovely areas of the globe and I manifest the image with an infusion of bold and vibrant colours to create a mood of happiness and calm. I try to paint happiness because I believe art should leave a viewer with a positive feeling. My Art is all about celebrating daily life, appreciation for different cities and culture, they are expressions of scenes I thought were beautiful, intersections of places and time that I experienced and a desire to create a better World and it convinces people to enter in this new World. Through my paintings, I want to convey the message of enjoying the journey, as that’s the secret to our brief transit in the world.”

  

Semi abstract artist Sangeeta Babani’s Exhibition  FAIRY TALES  at Jehangir Art Gallery paints a bright picture of the bustling world

The Language of Colours – An Exhibition of Paintings By contemporary artist Puneeta Ranjan in The Bombay Art Society

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The Language of Colours –  An Exhibition of Paintings By contemporary artist Puneeta Ranjan in The Bombay Art Society

From: 4th to 10th March 2022

“The Language of Colours”

An Exhibition of Paintings

By Young contemporary artist Puneeta Ranjan

VENUE:

The Bombay Art Society,

Opp. Rangsharada Hotel,

K.C. Road, Bandra Reclamation,

Bandra (W), Mumbai 400 050

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: 75070 22004 / 75070 99004

The Language of Colours

A contemporary visual artist from Pune, Puneeta Ranjan will showcase her latest works in oil and water colours on paper & canvas in a solo art exhibition at Gallery No.1, The Bombay Art Society, Opp. Rangsharada Hotel, K.C. Road, Bandra Reclamation, Bandra (W), Mumbai 400 050 from 4th to 10th March, 2022. It will be open for public viewing there daily between 11 am. to 7 pm. It is a collection of recent artworks made by her in the last couple of years mostly during the lockdown period.  The opening reception is on 4th March, 2022 at the venue  from 6 to 9 pm. in presence of many art lovers, collectors, patrons and all alike.

Puneeta Ranjan has a fascination for visual arts since childhood. Her first solo art show was held when she was studying in 9th Class in school. She had her education in Chartered Accountancy  but decided to follow her heart and pursued her career in visual arts instead. She has presented her works in many solo and group art exhibitions at major cities in India as well as London, Manila etc. A proud recipient of several appreciations and awards from the well recognised art institutions and museums, she actively conducts many art workshops, Online art classes, art camps , open studios etc.  She has been invited to judge various interschool state level art competitions in Maharashtra and also as a special guest at Radio One 91.1 fm on the occasion of World Art Day . She is also a well known street  artist of Pune and has contributed prominently in beautifying the city walls . Her works  have been widely acclaimed  and are found in collections of many prominent art collectors and army personnel.

The present series depict her connect  with Nature and its wonders . Her fascination for nature, stars, oceans, trees and other natural wonders are prominent in her art . She works around the boundary between abstraction and figuration and her landscapes are direct impressions of Nature expressed in pure artistic forms, mostly intuitive expressions.  She expresses  her love for Nature by transforming the familiar into lyrical rhythms of play of colours in her style by creating works that are sometimes contemplative or are joyful, whimsical and peaceful . She is also inspired by connectivity, people and travels .  Music and poetry play a significant role in influencing her thoughts .Her art comes out as a visible voice that starkly questions how we think and who we are . Experimenting with different media and working fluidly in contrasting styles she tries to constantly reinvent  herself.  Her artworks  illustrate her artistic visual impression of the world in vivid forms in her alluring and amazing style which is  not only artistic but also eloquent and mesmerising.

    

The Language of Colours –  An Exhibition of Paintings By contemporary artist Puneeta Ranjan in The Bombay Art Society

Rhythm of Marble – An Exhibition of Sculptures By Amit Singh in Jehangir Art Gallery

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Rhythm of Marble –  An Exhibition of Sculptures By Amit Singh in Jehangir Art Gallery

From: 22nd to 28th February 2022

“Rhythm of Marble”

An Exhibition of Marble Sculptures

By

Amit Singh

VENUE: 

Jehangir Art Gallery

161-B, M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

Contact: 98685 57523

Recent work of a young Sculptor Amit Singh has been  displayed in a solo art exhibition in Jehangir art gallery, M.G. Road, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400001 from 22 to 28 Feb. 2022. It will be open for public viewing there daily between 11 am to 7 pm.

The present series exemplifies subtle nuances of his creative work in marble stone with artistic carvings in order to adorn them with the desired textured finesse and surface finish.  His range of art work covers Nature and its wonders, various shades of human thoughts and imaginations alongwith the spiritual visual creative endeavours.  The work mostly covers ancient Indian tradition as well as modern Indian style revealing the visionary concept of the artistic alongwith different colour tones and textures. These carvings done on Marble stone is the medium used by him for his innovative compositions and skilful depictions of the desired visual effect on them via the textural carvings and surface finishes. The various works cover Lord Ganesh in different forms and shades, various forms of human figures particularly women and their thoughtful ideas and imaginations via the vivid emotional feelings on their faces in different environments, various art forms revealing ancient Indian traditions, modern lifestyle and heritage, spiritual feelings and fervour associated with the sculptures of Lord Ganesha and other deities etc.  His works depict the elements of nature such as the roots, creepers, patterns, naturally created by the nature – forms of waves & curves etc.  The whole series Rhythm illustrates undulating forms of human figures to natural formulations in the environment.  These figures are suggestive of female figure, faces and some are commonly pierced or contain hollow space.  These semi abstraction works add significantly to the orchestrated symphony and rhythm of nature in the relevant perspectives of visual arts.  He has also presented some works here which highlight the 3D effects of creation in stone and marble.

These amply illustrate the apt visualisation of the creative artist, Amit Singh. He has also conveyed a message to the society that it is not too late, we still have ample time to conserve the treasures of nature in modern era. He carries a legacy in marble sculptures forward by creating these spectacular art work in his unique style using a skilful technique. Various artworks reveal minute details of texture carving and colour tones in the apt perspectives of visual arts.

     

Rhythm of Marble –  An Exhibition of Sculptures By Amit Singh in Jehangir Art Gallery

Polo Series – An Exhibition of Paintings By prominent artist M Narayan in Jehangir Art Gallery

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Polo Series –  An Exhibition of Paintings By prominent artist M Narayan in Jehangir Art Gallery

From: 8th to 14th February 2022

“Polo Series”

An Exhibition of Paintings

By

Well-known artist M Narayan

VENUE:

Jehangir Art Gallery

161-B, M.G. Road,

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400001

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

Contact: 9689990099

An extremely prominent artist both nationally and globally, M. Narayan (Narayanappa Muniyappa) was born in 1967 in the small village of Mittiganahalli in the state of Karnataka. Having done his B.F.A. from Bangalore’s Ken School of Art he currently resides with his family in Pune, Maharashtra. He is an extraordinary painter using the lavishness of colours to evoke emotions, celebrations and joy. His paintings depict a zestful life and are exhibited across the globe, at prestigious avenues, art galleries, luxury hotels and more.

The Polo Series is one of M Narayan’s most beloved works, and it reflects his passion for horses. He uses charcoal and a range of colours to depict polo players and racing horses in a unique style. His life-like polo paintings transport you to the midst of a live polo match, literally!! M Narayan depicts the game’s energy and velocity with such strong expressionist strokes, swabs of opaque colours, and rough charcoal lines that one feels the energy and aura.

His paintings depicting the regal sport of polo have been a huge success, owing to his keen eye for colour and deft touch with composition.

Enjoy his lavish ‘POLO’ paintings, which display the grandeur of his remarkable talent, at Gallery 2, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, India from 8th to 14th February 2022 – 11 am to 7 pm.

Polo Series –  An Exhibition of Paintings By prominent artist M Narayan in Jehangir Art Gallery

Chitralatika – An exhibition showcasing the journey of Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar ji by Artist Ramkripal Namdeo

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Chitralatika – An exhibition showcasing the journey of Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar ji by Artist Ramkripal Namdeo

From: 5th February to 8th February 2022

“Chitra Latika”

An Exhibition of oil Paintings by Jabalpur based artist Ramkripal Namdeo

VENUE:

P.L. Deshpande Art Gallery

Ravindra Natya Mandir

Prabhadevi, Mumbai 400025

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

Contact: 9589017969

“Chitralatika” An exhibition showcasing the journey of Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar ji by Ramkripal Namdeo, one of the prominent artist from Jabalpur, Madhyapradesh!

Ramkripal Namdeo has won many awards and done numerous shows in all over India. His paintings has won many records for his intricate work depicting maximum number of faces in a single painting.

This show will be inaugurated on 5th February 5.30 pm by chief guest: Mr.Ashish Rego

Vice Chairman A.P.M.A (Asia Pacific Music Creators Alliance), and guest of honors:

Mr. Basu Soni- Film actor (Kedarnath,Raktanchal etc,),

Mr. Govind Namdev – (Actor, Writer, Theater Director), Mr. Raj Yadav (Indian Express), Mr. Makrand Joshi etc will be present.

At the beginning of the program, singer Prachi Joshi will perform a song on Maa Saraswati.

Ramkrupal Namdev is rare artist, who has his unique style of painting. This Jabalpur based artist has painted Lataji & Gandhiji in a very different manner for which his name is registered by 3 famous recording institutions. Asia Book of Records, India Book of Records & Limca Book of Records, all 3 have conferred him certificates & honoured him for his unusual achievement. This is his 9th solo exhibition. He has earlier exhibited in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore & Jabalpur in solo & group exhibitions.

Now let’s write about his special & unique style. In one painting of Lataji he has painted 930 faces of famous women, who have contributed in their respective field. Collecting data of 930 women personalities with their images is itself a huge task & painting them in miniature style in background is another. Apart from this he has painted LATA letters also & Lataji’s portrait in foreground. In another painting he has painted all felicitations of Lataji by famous personalities happened in her entire  life at background & Lataji in foreground.

‌ While painting Gandhiji in same way, he has painted 230 patriots of Gandhi’s contemporaries at background & Gandhiji in foreground, trying to depict that Gandhiji was main source of inspiration for them. Here also collecting data of 230 patriots & their images is difficult task & painting them is another. He has painted all his paintings in oil on canvas medium with skill & commendable patience. There are many paintings on Lataji hence this show is titled “चित्रलतिका “. Apart from Lataji & Gandhiji artist has painted other subjects also like Lord Ganesha, Lord Hanuman, Lord Ram-Seeta, Lord Buddha, Mother Teresa, little girls & others.

 

Chitralatika – An exhibition showcasing the journey of Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar ji by Ramkripal Namdeo

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