A painting exhibition by Natraj Kranthi is being organized from 7th to 15th June, at the Chitramayee State Gallery Of Fine Arts. There are 25 paintings, each about 3' x 4' in size, done using acrylics on canvas.
The theme is Formless Feelings. According to the artist, feelings are formless - they exist just for a while, bombarding the surface of the mind, and in a flash, dissolve into nothingness. Each of them is unique, and would each time require a different medium to express it. The paintings are an attempt to capture those sublime, subtle emotions, and bring them into material existence. They are nothing but a culmination, and a mere randomly scattered display of emotions.
Natraj Kranthi is an architect and urban & regional planner. He did his Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from the JNTU School of Planning and Architecture, Hyderabad, and is currently pursuing his Ph D there. He has won several awards in painting, sketching and cartooning at the state, district, university and institution levels, and also at the annual art exhibitions held by Warangal Art Society, Warangal. He was also awarded the National Postgraduate / Professional Scholarship Award in 2002, and the National Best Scholar Award - Gold Medal in 2001.
Please contact Chitramayee at 2311-3308 or Natraj Kranthi at 98484-72635 for further details.