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Capturing nature by paint and brush

Capturing nature by paint and brush
Activities related to travelling, moments of life, moods accompanied by it have taken a new mode in Melody Of Forms. The exhibition has captured them all through paint and brush.

The ongoing art exhibition is set up with 27 canvas paintings by artist Ranjeeta Kant in the Capital which denotes her recent life experiences.

‘Nature components such as sky, flora and fauna inspire me to paint combined with a few architectural images are part of my collection,’ believes Ranjeeta Kant.

Her works assimilates the experimental flavours of nature and the self that both intermingle and gets reflected with their energised spirit on her canvases.

‘Overlapping of the daily realities embody my visualisations of life in a metamorphic form that comes out on my canvas,’ said Kant.

The paintings narrate natural beauty with a sense of lyricism. The blues of the night and sea with the greens from the lush tropical forests broken by a haze of pink, red and yellow gold gives a harmonious explication to the collection.

‘There is a hint of landscapes in my canvas that capture the beauty of nature, surroundings and its atmospheric particles that get transformed on the textured base,’ said Kant.

Melody Of Forms constitutes a beautiful rhythm and symmetry which reflects her varied feeling at different times.

‘Since my childhood I have tried my best to do justice to all my paintings and add that perfect personification vision to them,’ she said.

‘I preach and practice words by Tagore — First there is a hint of a line, then the lines becomes a form, the more pronounced the form become, the clearer become the picture of my conception,’ she concludes.


At: Chawla Art Gallery, Square One Mall, Ground Floor, Saket
On Till: 28 September
Timings: 11am to 7pm
Phone: 26532077
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