Wood Painting's Exhibition

( Read 5892 Times)

26 Apr, 17 13:24
Share |
Print This Page

Wood Painting's Exhibition Vilas Janve
Udaipur: A lesser known Art Gallery of Udaipur is a part of Govt. Museum, Ahar, Udaipur. This Gallery was activated through a rare exhibition of Wood Paintings from April 18 to 23, 2017. There were five huge paintings of 8Ft by 4 Ft. created by three young painters of Udaipur namely Deepika Mali, Sunil Nimawat and Sheetal Guhil. The exhibition was conceived and designed by Deepika Mali of ARGHYA ART SOCIETY. This thematic exhibition was rightly named "Dharohar" to coincide with World Heritage Day falling on 18th April.
All the heritage buildings are highlighted with an objective of preservation and promotion on this significant day. 'Udaipur has glorious history and the Palaces, Havelies, Pols (Gates), Lakes, Ghats, Gardens, Chowks, Museums and Pals have special attraction. These old heritage buildings and spaces give special mention to Udaipur.
These are the rare blessed gifts of proud past which need to be preserved for future' says Deepika Mali, designer of this thematic exhibition. Last month she organized exhibition of nine female artistes at Bagor ki Haveli Gallery which coincided with World Women'sDay. 'It is rightly said that the glorious past of a particular place reflects to its present and the future. Because of its magnificent history Udaipur enjoys immense status in the world. Gone time will never return but the buildings of that time will always remind us the bye gone era which are integral part of our cultural heritage 'adds Deepika.
Their works are centered on the City Palace and Lake Palace as these are the most appropriate examples of Heritage. 'The architecture, façade, arches, trees, roofs and lakes are so picturesque that they capture attention of onlookers instantly. Now converting these valuable venues in painting becomes challenging especially if the medium of painting is wood. Full plywood sheets were given special treatment with small size etching tools, cutters and colors. It was right time to create art works depicting the beautiful palaces, Jharokas and Ghats with a novel medium on ply wood sheets' said Sunil Nimawat.
The exhibition was graced by renowned painters Prof.Suresh Sharma,Dr. Shail Choyal, Museum In charge, Shri Mubarik Hussain. This group also plans to organize it in City Palace Art Gallery in future. The initiative taken by young artistes of Udaipur is praise worthy.
यह खबर निम्न श्रेणियों पर भी है: Headlines today News , Udaipur News
Your Comments ! Share Your Openion
Editor : Mr. Virendra Shrivastava
For any queries please mail us at : newsdesk@royalharbinger.com For any content related issue or query email us at editor@royalharbinger.com, CopyRight © All Right Reserved. Royal Harbinger