Nagpur News: Indian paintings, artists and painters have a very long tradition and history in Indian art. From the primitive paintings which included murals and rock paintings of pre-historic times to the Budhist paintings, Mughal paintings, Persian miniature paintings to the British era paintings and the modern art. Art forms too have undergone a sea of change. As the world advances, life-style advances, the themes for artists too have undergone a drastic change. However, Indian paintings provide an aesthetic continuum that extends from the early civilization to the present day.
While narrowing the artists to the local scenario, our local artists too are no less than anyone else. Our artists too can produce master-pieces. Recently the Nature’s Delight Painting Exhibition Cum Sale was inaugurated at Rangayan, Chitnavis Centre. The exhibition was organized by Dr Bhavana Hastak.
The expo was inaugurated by Principal of Hislop College Dr Deepti Christian. The artwork which included paintings based on the theme “Nature’s Delight” got widely appreciated by the guests and art-lovers of the city.
There were 350 paintings, of which 106 was displayed. The Special feature of the exhibition were, childhood hobbies converted into purpose and passion channelized towards charity purpose. One very philanthropic objective that impressed the art lovers was that the funds / profit raised by the sale of the paintings shall be utilized for women empowerment by organizing self defense camp for girl students.
Knife paintings by acrylic and water colours drew a significant audience. The entry to the exhibition was free! The organizers urged the visitors to buy the paintings with charity in mind.