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“The Spectrum of Colours” An Exhibition of Paintings & Sculptures in Jehangir Art Gallery

The Spectrum of Colours, Exhibition, Paintings, Sculptures, Jehangir Art Gallery

With the arrival of Monsoon in the city, the Art Lovers can now rejoice a Group Exhibition that brings together an array of Paintings and Sculptures by Veteran artists from the country at the Jehangir Art Gallery. Organized by Kirti Gaikwad of Artvista, this exhibition presents a series of immensely captivating works that replete with different interpretations, types and treatments.

The pantheon of artists whose works are on display include With the arrival of Monsoon in the city, the Art Lovers can now rejoice a Group Exhibition that brings together an array of Paintings and Sculptures by Veteran artists from the country at the Jehangir Art Gallery From 28th June to 4th July 2016. Organized by Kirti Gaikwad of Artvista, this exhibition presents a series of immensely captivating works that replete with different interpretations, types and treatments.

The pantheon of artists whose works are on display include Suhas Bahulkar, Vasudeo Kamath, Raosaheb Gurav, Vishwanath Sable, Jagannath Paul, Bhiva Punekar, Sunil Deore, Gopal Pardeshi, Bhuvan Silhare, Anand Toraskar, Vinayak Jagdale, Chetan Vaity, Geeta Dass, Devyani Parikh, Sachin Sagare, Nilesh Vede, Ajay Meshram, Ganesh Hire, Pankaj Bawdekar, Ashok Hinge, Ajit Deswandikar, Manjari Goenka, Parshuram Patil, Mahesh Karambale, Sumit Mishra, Kumar Gaikwad, Swapan Bala, Smita Pawar, Simrit Luthra, Rahul Inamdar, Sangeeta Babani, Sohan Kumar, Asif Shaikh, Raju Autade, Chandrashekhar Khanzode, Vishal Phasale, Vishwajeet Naik, Renuka Fulsundar, Sonal Gopal, Kishor Nikam, Varsha Sheth, Sayeeda Goriawala, Madhavi Joshi, Alka Pande, Sunita Komal, Vimal Harsh, Nitin Pawar, Ashwin Kadam, Ganesh Honmukhe.

Kirti Gaikwad says, “The exhibition showcases paintings and sculptures of artists belonging to different age groups and geographic locales, which provides a little more than artistic vision to its viewers, perhaps a perspective of a sort. We wanted create a common platform for art lovers to view a large variety of paintings and sculpture under one roof.”

Ranging from Figurative to Abstract, Spiritual to Self Expressive, Oil to Watercolor, Landscape to Portraits these works captures one’s attention by the sheer variety of techniques used therein and the overall larger than-life effect that the painting has on the viewer. Each artist has a unique and fresh ways of looking at the world and translating their revelation onto paper, canvas, clay and whatever other materials they find necessary.

Kirti Gaikwad says, “The exhibition showcases paintings and sculptures of artists belonging to different age groups and geographic locales, which provides a little more than artistic vision to its viewers, perhaps a perspective of a sort. We wanted create a common platform for art lovers to view a large variety of paintings and sculpture under one roof.”

Ranging from Figurative to Abstract, Spiritual to Self Expressive, Oil to Watercolor, Landscape to Portraits these works captures one’s attention by the sheer variety of techniques used therein and the overall larger than-life effect that the painting has on the viewer. Each artist has a unique and fresh ways of looking at the world and translating their revelation onto paper, canvas, clay and whatever other materials they find necessary.

We have decided to donate some part of the proceeds from the sales of various paintings and sculptures in this exhibition to the drought affected people of Maharashtra towards finalized support for this rehabilitation.

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