Lucknow: A one-day art workshop was organized on Sunday at the Faculty of Architecture, Dr. Abdul Kalam Technical University as part of the series of ongoing Azadi Ke Amrit Mahotsav. In which the art teachers and students of the institution gave a glimpse of the Indian culture by carving cultural symbols on the symbolic shape of the temple architecture.
By the way, the influence of Indian culture and temple architecture is indelibly imprinted in the mind of every Indian, whether it is North Indian or South Indian style. This effect and image has been displayed through different colors and sizes.
The size of the spire form of the circular temple is about 9 feet high and 3 feet wide in diameter. This artwork is made in wood medium. In which small ornately embellished flower shapes of wood have been engraved. Colors in acrylic medium have been used on the basis of psychological effect which looks very beautiful and attractive.
This workshop was coordinated by the college’s art teachers Mr. Girish Pandey, Mr. Bhupendra Kumar Asthana, Mr. Dheeraj Yadav and Ms. Ratnapriya Kant, students of the college Vishnu Keshari, Soni Raghavendram, Khushi Agrahari, Navya, Hrithik, Tejashwi, Chinmay, Jasleen, Gargi and Mansi Tripathi collaborated and participated with great enthusiasm.
The Principal and Dean of the Faculty of Architecture, Prof. Dr. Vandana Sehgal, who is also an artist and a patron of arts, enthusiastically appreciated this program and said that such artistic activities show the overall form of art and architecture, as well as the importance of architecture. Adds new dimensions to the knowledge of the students.