Hues of Neelanchal

Posted by: at 2/13/2017 02:59:00 am


HUES OF NEELANCHAL

Art plays a large part in making our lives infinitely rich, though we may not be aware of its contribution. It is the aesthetic spectrum of artists that makes us more thoughtful and well-rounded humans. Despite the best of efforts of some of the most influencing patrons of art, many of the artists continue to remain unsung and even languish in their inadequate world. There will be a display of about 45 artworks specially created for the show by these 7-8 artists, ranging from Rs 20,000/- to Rs 1, 50, 000/- each .All the artworks will be on display for the whole duration of the show.

Banoj
 Banoj

Banoj
 Banoj

Banoj
 Banoj

Chiranjib Panda
 Chiranjib Panda

 Deenabandhu Marndi

Deenabandhu Marndi
 Deenabandhu Marndi
I need more red to decorate myself-I Sushant Panda
 I need more red to decorate myself-I Sushant Panda

Neena and Arnab
Neena and Arnab

Neena and Arnam
 Neena and Arnam

Nirakar
 Nirakar

Nirakar
 Nirakar

Prakriti- Prakriti...3ft×4ft Chiranjib Panda
 Prakriti- Prakriti...3ft×4ft Chiranjib Panda

Rajnesh Pattanaik
 Rajnesh Pattanaik


Rajnesh Pattanaik
 Rajnesh Pattanaik

Sushant Panda
Sushant Panda

In an endeavor to promote understanding, acceptance, and a reintegration into society of the marginalized artists, Hues of Neelanchal endeavors to bring to the fore, the extravagant manifestation of imagination blended with the richness of multi myriad hues and expressions by some of the most gifted men, some of the inventive efforts of whom have never been showcased before.


Be it capturing nature in its naked form or discovering the value of humans, or exploring the unseen in dazzling forms, these artists ranging from - Banoj Mohanty, Amarendra Mahrana, Chiranjib Pand,a Deenbandhu Marndi, Nirakar Chowdhury, Anil Roy, Rajesh Pattnaik and Sushant Kumar Panda - arrest the exquisite beauty of art in multifarious forms: oil, acrylic, watercolors and even waste material. On display will be nearly 45 artworks, specially created for the show by these artists.

Exhibition Name: HUES OF NEELANCHAL - a group art show by 9 artists

Venue: Gallery nos. 2 and 3, Lalit Kala Akademi, Rabindra Bhavan, 35, Ferozeshah Road, New Delhi-110001

Dates: From 19th February till 25th February, 2017

Time: 11 am till 7 pm


Participating Artists:: Banoj Mohanty, Amarendra Mahrana, Chiranjib Pand, Deenbandhu Marndi, Nirakar Chowdhury, Anil Roy, Rajesh Pattnaik and Sushant Kumar Panda


ABOUT ART TREE


The philosophy of Art Tree has been to advocate, support, stimulate and endorse a healthy exchange in its curatorial approach to art. By adhering to this axiom, Art Tree promises are distinctively unique, and endeavors to offer platforms to young dynamic and upcoming artists from across the country. In an endeavor to promote understanding, acceptance, and a reintegration into society of the marginalized artists, Hues of Neelanchal endeavors to bring to the fore, the extravagant manifestation of imagination blended with the richness of multi myriad hues and expressions by some of the most gifted men, some of the inventive efforts of whom have never been showcased before. The abundance of colour, the numerous representations of vibrant symphony crafted by artists present before us the soft and hard realities of life around us. A few of these artists use bold brushstrokes to make their unflinchingly daring statement in landscapes and conceptual forms of art.


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