L Saraswati is organising an exhibition of creative paintings at the Chitramayee State Gallery Of Fine Arts from 10th July, in which 27 paintings of village lifestyle are on display.
An upcoming artist, Saraswati is influenced by the rural lifestyle, women in particular. Of the 27 paintings on display, 25 are on women, one is on Lord Ganesha and the other is on Pashu Palana (cowherd). She has titled most of her paintings in Telugu, like Vrutthi (occupation), Thurpala (basket weaving), Veni Singaram (hair dressing), Tambulam (traditional beetel leaf), Nireekshana (waiting) and Alankarana (make-up).
Three of the paintings are on Banjara ladies, called Village Fashion, Lotus Queens and Village Girls. All these paintings are on young girls and women.
Saraswati has been a very keen painter since her school days. She developed her interest at the JNTU College of Fine Arts, Hyderabad, with a BFA degree. She has participated in group exhibitions of her college. Initially, she has done commercial works in murals and embossing. This is her first solo exhibition and she plans to continue her creative and figurative works with many more exhibitions. She has taught drawing at Gautam Vidya Kshetra and conducted several summer camps for children at her residence.
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