Abirpothi

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Alka Chadha Harpalani

Dr Alka Chadha Harpalani completed her MFA and PhD  at B.H.U  Varanasi.

A Dive into “Beautiful: Black & White” Artistic Domain

“Drawing is a way of coming upon the connection between things, just like metaphor in poetry reconnects what has become separated.”- John Berger ‘My Lily Pond’ –an art hub in Bangalore became a cosy place for twenty five artists and their fifty works in the Art exhibition ‘Beautiful Black & White’ – welcoming, inclusive and […]

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Prahlad KV Acharya: Landscapes Embracing Incandescent Quality and Emotive Timbre

Prahlad KV Acharya’s landscape paintings evoke a sense of timeless allure, ethereal beauty and serene composure. From the subtle washes on the paper to the bold, expressive strokes of the canvas paintings in oils and acrylics, the artist has arrested unfading spirit and suggestive appeal in a simple routine. It offers glimpses of boundless grandeur

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Ramayana Art Contest ‘Khula Aasman’: Platform for Creative Expression

“The sky is a reminder that many things are possible even though they seem beyond our reach.” – Brandon Royal The exhibition of the selected paintings, with projections of fevered imagination by children and young artists from India and abroad, from Ramayana Art contest under the banner of ‘Khula Aasman’ is being held on 20th

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Srinath Bidare’s Inkesthetics: Inspired by the Stoicism of Life in Monochrome

“It is only by drawing often, drawing everything, drawing incessantly, that one fine day you discover to your surprise that you have rendered something in its true character.” -Camille Pissarro   Srinath Bidare’s drawings unfurl bold and expressive lines to convey an emotion or drive in his drawings. An experimental approach has led to an

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Vijay M Dhore: Exploring Undertones and Resonances of Worldly and Spiritual Connections

“I honour myself. As the divine feminine blends with the divine masculine, I now come into balance.”-Trudy Vesotsky. Nature and creation can repeatedly be seen interlacing in the art of Vijay M Dhore. Along with exploring the harmony in nature, the artist captures its grandeur, complexity, and eventually its transformative or metamorphic processes through his

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KANNADA CALLIGRAPHY EXHIBITION: An Epitome of Typographic Proficiency

Calligraphy is the most intimate, private, and spontaneous expressive means. Like a fingerprint or voice, it is unique with every person. – Hermann Zapf The thickness of strokes, switch of pressure and letter spacing adapted by the calligraphers add contrast and enhance the visual appeal. There are countless flairs of calligraphy, each with its exclusionary

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Rakhee Shenoy’s Unique Mixed Media Art Exhibition Presented by Artisera Transforms Everyday Objects into Visual Delights

An artist must possess Nature. He must identify himself with her rhythm, through efforts that will prepare the mastery which will later enable him to express himself in his own language – Henri Matisse When everyday objects are repurposed and converted into art pieces, they gain a new life in Rakhee Shenoy’s art, which was

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