Artwork of Lucknow artist displayed in Jaipur

Jaipur: A five-day special art exhibition “Infusion-6” on the 6th annual festival of ‘Kala Charcha’ began in Jaipur on July 9.
Artists participated in the 13th Rangmalhar program of Jaipur on Sunday also through online medium.

Art takes man on a journey to infinity which unintentionally makes the wealth of our mind all the more impressive. Keeping this in mind, today the sixth edition of art exhibition ‘Infusion’ organized under the joint aegis of Kalacharcha and Rajasthan Lalit Kala Akademi was organized in the contemporary art gallery of the Academy.

Inauguration of the sixth edition of the art exhibition ‘Infusion’ was done as  a mark of  the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav  by Prof. Bhavani Shankar Sharma, (Senior artist and art educationist, former President of Rajasthan Lalit Kala Akademi and former Dean Faculty of Fine Arts, Banasthali Vidyapeeth) by lighting the lamp.

VS Sajikumar (senior art educationist and art teacher honored with the year 2021 National Teacher Award) from Kerala was the special guest in the program.

44 artists from the states of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Sikkim and Delhi are participating on an all India level under the art exhibition ‘Infusion’. The art galleries of Rajasthan Lalit Kala Akademi display more than 150 works of art in painting, photography, graphics, installation, drawing and digital art mediums.

In this exhibition, a drawing work of painter and curator Bhupendra Kumar Asthana from Uttar Pradesh only from Lucknow which is made in pen ink medium has also been displayed.

Along with this, Bhupendra Kumar Asthana also participated in the one day international art program of 13th Rangmalhar in Jaipur on Sunday in online medium from Lucknow. Bhupendra has been participating in these programs for the past many years. This time the medium and concept given by Rangmalhar was by participating by drawing a drawing in his imagination and style on the flag shape which is a symbol of self-respect on the cloth of any color.

Bhupendra gave the canvas the shape of a flag and made drawings on it in his own style, which is in mixed medium. Which is tagged on Rangmalhar’s Facebook page. A large number of artists from the country and abroad participated in this program by creating artwork on the flag in online and offline medium.

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