HIMACHALI ARTIST

Art Exhibition 2016 at Gaiety Theatre Shimla enthralls all

SHIMLA- People of city got an opportunity to experience the magic of art in the form of an art exhibition held at the historic Gaiety Theatre organized by form Department of Visual Arts of Himachal Pradesh University, from May 3 to 5.

GAITY THEATER SHIMLA

The recent art exhibition in the historic Gaiety Theatre attracted lots of art lover. The collective effort by seventeen the young dynamic artists form Department of Visual Arts of Himachal Pradesh University was definitely worth an appreciation.

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The recent art exhibition in the historic Gaiety Theatre attracted lots of art lover. The collective effort by seventeen the young dynamic artists form Department of Visual Arts of Himachal Pradesh University was definitely worth an appreciation.

HIMACHALI CULTURE

Him Chatterjee, Chairman Department of Visual Arts HPU expressed his joy over students’ achievement saying,

Art is one of the powerful evocative and articulate forms of expressions of human experiences and that learning to express oneself through art is to learn the beautiful and universal languages of the human soul. So in order to spread the language of Art, the Students of Department of Visual Arts have done good efforts to present their creative paintings in the form of the Art Exhibition-2016. I have seen the students growing ever since they entered in the Department. They Worked hard and evolved their own styles. I am sure, this Exhibition will encourage them. I wish them a brilliant success in life,

As in words of Dr. Nand Lal Asstt. Prof. (Department of Visual Arts Himachal Pradesh University),

Learning to paint is quite easy but becoming an artist is not. Learning to Paint is learning to see, not just details but what is significant enough to paint. We go through life visually. If painting do not confirm to those visual impacts it means we do not see correctly. You can’t paint what you cannot see. All the young artists worked hard and developed their own styles to express their feelings. I wish them a brilliant success in their life.

All Artists used various possible mediums like oil, acrylic, water color, pencil and charcoal to name, to give wings to their creativity. People got an opportunity view numerous themes ranging from human life transformation in work of Manash to complexities of modern life where like Bull (theme) people are circling round and round and reward is not even close to them.

Himachali Art

On other hand Himachali culture is celebrated and on other one could have experience woman being celebrated as Symphony. Work of Dev celebrated Shiva shakti and on other hand Sushma woks depicted horses that shouts never say die attitude against all odd. Blend of Yog was also experienced in during the show.

Like it is said “Painting is the silence of thought and the music of sight”, over all it was a great show and one can hope to see some new bright faces changing the face of art in Himachal.

During the exhibition nearly 40 paintings were exhibited that gave an insight into the minds of the young seventeen talented artists; (including Rekha Sharma, Geetanjali Verma, Sheetal Bharti, Poonam Mehta, Dinesh Attry, Sushma Thakur, Anshil Sharma, poonam Chauhan, Devvrut Vishwakarma, Swati, Aarti, Yashodhara Raje Bundela, Ruchi Bamta, Manash Pratim Talukdar, poonam Hetta, Shetal Verma and Dharam Chand).

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