Four young artists experiment with colors and mediums to reveal their emotions in stark, piquing and stirring forms. It's all there – canvas, fiberglass, terracotta, oil and acrylic. The themes are multifarious, the shapes are avante garde, and the interpretations are endless. So let your mind go on an unfettered ride of free association with the group painting and sculpture exhibition at Kalakriti.
The artists are Shiva Rama Chary (terracotta), Murali Thrigulla ( acrylic and oil on canvas), Visweswara Rao (oil on canvas), and Raghava Chary Kamsali (fiberglass). All of them have a masters in fine arts from various reputed universities aroud the city(JNTU, PS Telugu), and are here to reach out with their novel ideas to the audience.
Shiva Rama Chary has inherited the learning of traditional terracotta sculpture from his father, but uses contemporary influences to shape this pliant medium. Raghava Chary's installations have been described as imposing a "natural and inevitable development from references to reality". We leave the art connoiseurs to figure that one out. Murali Thrigulla characterises the contradictions of life and objects around in his work. Visweswara Rao has many still lifes on display.
For more, you will simply have to visit the gallery and check out the colors and expressions, out there to entrance you.