Bangalore – 1st AIAE 2021 Art Exhibition will begin at Venkatappa Art Gallery, Bengaluru from 27th February to 6th March, 2021. The show was curated by M. Sanjay Kumar, Director of M. Eshwariah Art Gallery, Hyderabad. Around 42 artists from Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu, Maharastra, Gujarat, Rajastan, West Bengal, Odisha, Delhi are participating in this art exhibition.
Around 42 artists from Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu, Maharastra, Gujarat, Rajastan, West Bengal, Odisha, Delhi are participating in this art exhibition. Around 112 Paintings are kept for display.
The show was inaugurated by Chief Guest Prof. Babu Jattakat, College of Fine Arts, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat and Artist and Film Director Sri Ravirathnam Karamala. As a Guest of Honour Lion Captain Suesh Raghavan and Mrs Anitha Yudhistira graced the Show
On the invitation given by M. Eshwariah Art Gallery, around 42 artists from Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, West Bengal, Gujarat, Delhi, Maharastra states are participating in this art exhibition. In the show the contemporary artists like Meghnath Abraham Belly of Karnataka, Senior Artist Subash Babu Ravuri, Amila Reddy, Annapoorna, Ramu Maredu, Satya Gannoju, Balabhakta Raju of Telangana, Sripathy of Andhra Pradesh, Uma Krishna Moorthy of Tamilnadu, Debabrata Biswas and Nivedita Chakraborty of West Bengal, Devanshi Damani Shah and Rachana Karia of Gujarat, Bharati Kar of Odhisa, Seema Ghiya of Pune, Maharastra, Rosy Mallaparaju of Delhi their works will on display. Besides emerging artists like Rampratap Kalipatnapu, Sukanthi KP, Varam, Vinay Kumar, Balachary, M V Ramana, Rajeshwar Nannuta, Bushaiah and Prasuna Murali paintings also kept for display.
The show will have culmination of paintings on varied themes which portrays mythology, rural and urban life in abstract, figurative, print-making, impressionism and realism style. The art lovers are get to see the show to have varied blends of visual treat.
This show will have a culmination of paintings on varied themes which portrays myhthology, rural and urban life in abstract, figurative, print-making, impressionism and realism style. The naivety of fisher women are delicately illustrated by Rajeshwar Nannuta on his big canvas. Durga, was beautifully painted by senior artist Subash Babu Ravuri. The water colour rendering of landscapes by Nivedita Chakraborty and streetscapes by Seema Ghiya are impressive. Abstract forms in blues and magenta hues of Bushiah are very vibrant in appearance. Charcoal strokes of Balabhakta Raju got to see for the first time in this show.
The culture and life-style of Hyderabad in sepia tones and multi-colours done by Debabrata Biswas on his canvas scroll. The mythology illustration of Satya Gannoju has very vibrant colous. The Village naivety was delicately detailed on his canvas by Sripathy. Lippan art was brought over canvas by Denavshi, depicting the life-style of Kutch region. Haridwar locations beautifully painted in oil colours by Uma Krishanmoorthy. Doodles and gossiping characters with bird companion has fresh look on canvas by Sukanthi KP. The tribal women of Papikondalu in Andhrapradesh region painted in oil colours by Arun Kumar Gorthy are very attractive.
The human emotions and limits are nicely rendered in primary colours by Abraham Belly. The cross border culture of Telangana and Karnataka in Rich Colours was done by Impressionist Prasuna Murali. Patachitra influence on Radha Krishan Painting of Bharati Kar are attractive.
The rustic colours of village couple by Amila Reddy depict the picturesque of rural life. The abstract renderings of Rachana Karia and Sujatha Venkat has the influence of Modern art. The Birds series of Maredu Ramu has bright and vibrant strokes on his canvas. Stapati drawings of Varam and women in blue hues of Vinay and the quest for realization which transcends through the human body, mind and aura by rosy has the new look. The Telangana Couple by Balachary in Cubism form will definitely steal your eye. In a whole, the art lovers get to see the varied blends of visual treat.