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Watercolour and controlled strokes

 MPost |  2014-10-21 21:24:12.0  |  New Delhi

Watercolour and  controlled strokes

Akbar padamsee, Jai Zharotia, Sudip Roy, R.K. Saini, Anubhav Som, all these artists from different stages in their career have one thing in common; the confidence of working with watercolour. The Challenge: Watercolour as a Medium is an exhibition of artworks by Indian artists spanning several generations who used watercolour as a medium. The exhibition is being organised by Gallery and is open since the 12 October.

Watercolours can be called ‘Quick visual notes’ or ‘Visual Diaries’ as life is captured on paper with urgency yet in controlled strokes. It’s a percolation of ideas and experiences using pigment, water and light to create artworks which have luminosity and confidence. The amount of controlled fluidity demanded from this medium is unlike other mediums of painting. 


The show has works by senior artists like Akbar padamsee, Jai Zharotia, Sakti Burman, Ganesh Haloi, Laxma Goud; senior Contemporary artists namely Sudip Roy, R.K. Saini, Bikash Poddar and  also younger contemporary artist like Anubhav Som, Ramesh Jhawar and Karan Thapa. These artists have the attributes of fluidity, immediacy and intuition evident in their artworks and have understood and overcame the challenges of watercolour as a medium.

When: On till 11 November (Monday to Saturday) Where: Five Art Gallery Consultants, Lado Sarai

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