A group of 4 artists - Devaraya, Kurella Srinivas, Vijay Kumar Enugurthi and Nayak - are exhibiting their latest collection of paintings, from 31st March to 5th April, at Lakshana Art Gallery. The collection, named 4th Season, contains about 60 paintings on women, rural life and the environment.
Vijay Kumar Enugurthi has done his BFU in painting from the JNTU College Of Fine Arts, Hyderabad. He is a drawing teacher at Dr. Reddy's Ankur, Miryalaguda. His works are all about pretty young women, painted with large strokes shaped as young ladies.
Kurella Srinivas is a self-taught artist from Nalgonda. His paintings are influenced by the rustic rural atmosphere of his village Boyawada. Devaraya's paintings are on the young women in their domestic chores and part-time leisure works. He has done his BFA in painting from JNTU College Of Fine Arts, Hyderabad.
Banjara women find place in the canvas of Nayak. An environmentally conscious person, he features domestic birds, sparrows in particular, commonly in his paintings. Nayak, a BFA in painting from the JNTU College Of Fine Arts, is currently doing an agriculture course from the ANGRAU College of Agriculture, Hyderabad.
Please contact the art gallery at 2337-8033 for further details.