20 Days painting art exhibition “Bahara Notes from Spring” begins
Deputy Mayor Promila Gaje Kabalana unveils exhibition
Gurugram: A 20 days painting art exhibition “Bahara Notes from Spring” was started at Gallery 5 located at DLF1 Golf Course Road in the city. The artworks of eight artists are displayed. Deputy Mayor Smt. Promila Gaje Kabalana inaugurated the exhibition.
Deputy Mayor Smt. Promila Gaje Kabalana said that this is the best way to welcome Basant Ritu. In all the paintings of artists, the aspects of our lives are mingled. “I congratulate all the artists for their amazing artistry”, she said.
Gallery 5, the freshest addition to the millennial city’s vibrant art life, is pleased to present a group exhibition of works featuring its gallery artists.
The artwork on display had included work by some of the finest contemporary Indian artists namely Tejinder Kanda, Jitender Dangi, Farhad Hussain, Jagmohan Bangani, Niren Sen Gupta, Bandana Kumari, Bimmi Khan, Santosh Kumar Rautray and Shailesh Mohan Ojha.
The show is an ode to spring and celebrates colours, warmth and new life. Masters of their techniques, the artists bring alive facets of daily life - be it through the detailed strokes of Tejinder Kanda’s spatula capturing Indian street vignettes; Farhad Hussain’s quirky, humorous figures in solid colours or Jagmohan Bangani’s brilliant yet sublime word sculptures of Kabir’s couplets and mantras from Indian scriptures. (January 25, 2020)