“Painting is the best way to express your thinking and emotions. It adds to the development of art and culture and creates an unmatchable closeness and bonding within people” said Sandeep Marwah an international media personality and President of Marwah Studios on the inauguration of a large painting exhibition at Shridharni Art Gallery at Triveni Kala Sangam at New Delhi.
The exhibition was dedicated to Thomas Ganborough, the great master of Europe. 31 artists took part in this group show including Manish Pushkale, Hemraj, Vijender Sharma, Fida Khanand, Adittee Garg and Sujan Biswas.
Sumita Dass, Aarti Upadhyay and Anamika Yaduvanshi were the other guest. Kanchan Chander, Sangeeta Gupta and Kiran Soni Gupta were on the jury to select the best piece of art.
Rafique Shah, Alpana Kataria, Alka Bhrushundi, Anuradha Srin Khurana, Bani Pershad, Devi A Shrimali, Honey Gupta, Lipsa Patnaik Mohanty, Mansha Bedi, Nishi Nitya, Poonam Rana, Prabuddha Ghosh, Rajni Rekha, Richa Gupta, Rajaswi Zaveri, Sarbari Roy Choudhary, Shagun Mohindra, Shanivi Sadana, Sasmita Mishra Sahu, Shivani Mathur, Sunita Wadhawan, Bhawna and Neeta Srivastava displayed their paintings.
The show was curated by Lakshya Deorha and presented by Iqbal Krishan and Rekha Gurtu under the banner of Arts Unlimited. The show will remain open for full week.