Magnanimous land of tranquility
"Happy are the painters, for they shall not be lonely. Light and colour, peace and hope, will keep them company to the end of the day" said Winston Churchill, otherwise a stout politician who had a role in the future of this subcontinent. Perhaps this is perfect tranquility in art, as it is in the hands of the artist to withdraw whenever he or she desires and means being able to express oneself without external influences and constraints.
Meher Juneja, already well-known in the world of art, has attempted to achieve this synthesis in her fourth solo exhibition, 'Land of Tranquil', which she defines as a land free from impurity, loaded with positivity and brimming with fire.The exhibition will commence on October 26, and continue till November, 11 am to 7 pm at AIFACS.
The inauguration will be at 5:30 pm on October 26. It will be inaugurated by media magnate Sandeep Marwah, graced by Guest of Honour Vijender Sharma – a skilled senior artist and the special guest will be Avijit Singh – a filmmaker and actor.
Meher's work is a fusion of mix medium art like poster colours, acrylic, blush pens, markers, fabric, charcoal, craft components among others. This makes the artworks look more versatile, vibrant and creative in a unique way. Her artworks are a blend of pattern design, geometric abstraction, lyrical abstraction, and abstract expressionism.
"According to me art is that emotion which is expressed visually, the only commodity that is primarily appreciated for its power and strength to connect to someone visually and in the most captivating way," says Meher.
The vibrant and suggestive artwork emphasizes how the arts in India make up an extraordinary, interconnected cultural landscape. In her artworks, she can unite the diverse techniques, viewpoints, experiences and the dynamism of youth and the wisdom of senior generation, which has various meanings of positivity that is left to the admirers to discover.