Shrishti Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition of water color paintings, titled Rural Life, from 10th July to 31st July. The paintings are on display everyday from 11am to 7pm.
Rural Life has been created by artist Raj Kumar Sthabathy, in water colors. The paintings catch the essence of rural life in villages, with a touch of sensitivity.
Rajkumar Sthabathy was born in 1975, and completed his BFA (Bachelor Of Fine Arts) from 1993-98 in the Government College Of Arts & Crafts, Kumbakonam. His works have been displayed at many places, including at the South Zone Cultural Centre (Chennai), Oviya Nunkalai Kuzhu (Chennai), the India Independence Golden Jubilee Show, the All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society National Exhibition, 50 Years Of Art In Independent India (New Delhi) and at the South Central Zone Cultural Centre in Nagpur.
He has also had one man shows, including at the Kasthuri Srinivasan Gallery (Coimbatore), and others titled Expressions Through Colors (Manthasala, Chennai), and Working Class People (in water color) at Pitanga (Auroville). His group shows include exhibitions at the Futurist Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath (Bangalore), Thuriga Chitrakala Parishath (Bangalore), Rhythm Of Village Focus Gallery (Chennai) and the Art Fusion Show at Nehru centre in Mumbai. He has many prestigious awards to his credit, among which are the Best Portrait Award (G C A C, Kumbakonam), and the first prize appreciation award given by Tamil Nadu Oviya Nunkalai Kuzhu (Chennai).
Shirshti Art Gallery is promoted by Remani Nambiar, an artist and art collector herself, which explains her passion for this field. Over the last 6 years, Shrishti has conducted more than 85 exhibitions of leading artists nationwide. Shrishti’s collection includes works of renowned artists such as Laxma Goud, Vaikuntam, S G Vasudev, Saroj Gogi Pal, Jatin Das, Anjolie Ela Menon, Paresh Maity, Rini Dhumal, Achuthan Kudaloor and Surya Prakash.
Please contact 2354-0023 / 2360-7151 further details.