Tale of realism and dreams
Get ready to walk on a journey of transition between her actual life and her dreams which show a plethora of emotions on her beautiful but expectant face, in the solo art show by Rangoli Garg at Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre in the national Capital from July 1 – 5, 10:00 am onwards.
Rangoli Garg, who hails from the city of Nawabs, Lucknow, is fascinated by the Indian marvel Taj Mahal. Her inspiration from the Taj Mahal can be perceived in her paintings that have arches, pillars, doors and motifs constituting Laadli’s home. “She lurks behind the pillars and doors while her shyness ornaments her entire existence. In her dreams, she contemplates a land of completeness for herself,” shares artist, Rangoli Garg.
The exhibition is a series of artworks done by Rangoli on an Indian girl, who plays and hides in her beautiful home as her potentials wait to be fully sought. It depicts the various moods, feelings, emotions and aspirations of the life of a young Indian lady, ‘Laadli’. Laadli is a shy, attractive, doe-eyed Indian girl who dreams of an era of completeness for herself.
The portrayal is poetic and dialogues with the intensity of narration of an Indian tale are in sync. The message is to accept and encourage Indian girls towards their dreams where they would be working towards increasing their inner courage, self respect and confidence.