If the medium of travel can effect velocity, your 24 hours will definitely whizz by much faster in painting, sculptures and graphics.
The Chitramayee State Gallery of Fine Arts has on display, from the 2nd October to the 13th October, a cyclorama of art representing the passage of the 24 hours in a day. In paintings, there are abstract, figurative and many more styles while graphics such as etching, and sculptures are also on display. The exhibits are mostly large in size: around 3 x 7 ft.
The motley group of 24 artists has assembled from all across the country: Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai etc and have come from institutes such as J. J. School, Hyderabad Central University and Chitra Kala Parishad. To name a few, Manish Sutar, Prafull Madhukar, Krish Kulkarni, Sudeep Ghosh, Preeti Samyukta, Shivram Chari, Krishna Chaitanya, Hari Narayan and M. Ravikant.
Prices for these art pieces fall into a wide span: Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 70, 000.
To learn more, please contact Mr.Bharath at 3091-3922.