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Divine forms

Divine forms
Gods and goddesses get a new form through the brush strokes of artist Harish Kumar. His solo show is on in the Capital and in the season of innumerable religious festivities, his canvases fit right in! 

Gods have always been an integral part of art and sculpture, not only in India but across the world as well, and artistes have always had their freedom to re-interpret divinity through their work. 

Kumar as a Delhi based artist works from his studio and loves to travel and explores the places so that he can add more colours to his art. His passion remains intact till he grew up.

After having had several exhibitions and solo shows all over India and abroad, He is presents to you his work in really abstracts forms highlighting the fundamental of the rich Indians culture which India gift to the world, a land that offers all that is auspicious, beautiful, calm and serene. He achieves this with is vision of colours, of the bold lines and blends with sharp strokes and soft moods. 

Being spiritual at heart, Lord Krishna and Buddha remains a theme always close to his heart. It could be evident in his abstract work. 

WHERE: Hotel Galaxy Shopping & Spa, Sec-15, Gurgaon 
WHEN: On till 2 October, 11am to 9pm  

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