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कैंसर से लड़ रहे बच्चों के लिए कलाकार संजुक्ता अरुण की सबसे बड़ी पहल! आर्ट प्रदर्शनी से कमाई गयी राशि लगाई जाएगी बच्चों के इलाज में !

कैंसर से लड़ रहे बच्चों के लिए कलाकार संजुक्ता अरुण की सबसे बड़ी पहल! आर्ट प्रदर्शनी से कमाई गयी राशि लगाई जाएगी बच्चों के इलाज में !

कहते हैं न कि अगर धरती पर कही भगवान हैं तो वो खुद इंसान के अंदर हैं,उसकी अच्छी भावनाओ में हैं, उसके सच्चे कर्मो में हैं और उसकी नेकी में हैं।भगवान की जरूरत ही क्या जब इंसान निस्वार्थ सेवा में लीन हो गया हो। जी हा, इसी का एक उदाहरण हैं कलाकार संजुक्ता अरुण, जिनकी नेकी दिलो को जीत लेती हैं। गरीब, लाचार और बीमार बच्चों के लिए उनका सहयोग,अद्भुत हैं।

संजुक्ता अरुण,पेशे से एक उम्दा पेंटर हैं। जो जीवन के पैमाने को अपने अनुभव के मापदंड से चित्रों के जरिये कैनवास पर खूबसूरती से उतारती हैं। यू कहे कि पृथ्वी उसका संग्रह है,वो बताती हैं कि जीवन कैसे लहरों की एक श्रृंखला है जिसे गले लगाया जाना है।

29 नवंबर से 5 दिसंबर तक नेहरू सेंटर में प्रदर्शन के लिए कैनवास पर कविताओं के संग्रह की झड़िया लगेंगी। चित्रों की बिक्री और नीलामी से जुटाई गई राशि का उपयोग कैंसर से पीड़ित बच्चों के इलाज के लिए किया जाएगा।

3 दिसंबर 2022 को कैंसर से पीड़ित 20 बच्चों के बैच के लिए एक विशेष उत्सव आयोजित किया जाएगा, जहाँ बच्चों को पेंटिंग करने और पेंटिंग के लिए अपने कौशल का प्रदर्शन करने का अवसर मिलेगा।  इसके बाद एक जादू शो होगा जहां उपहार और उपहारों की भरमार होगी।

“यह इन बच्चों के जीवन को रोशन करने के लिए एक छोटा सा प्रयास है। हम सभी को एक साथ मिलकर उनके जीवन को रोशन करना चाहिए। जब कोई बच्चा आशा की किरण देखता है, तो यह उन्हें नई आशा के साथ बीमारी से लड़ने में मदद करती है। हम यही चाहते हैं की वो इस जंग को जीतकर एक विजेता के रूप में जीवन को जिये।”

अनीता पीटर, कार्यकारी निदेशक, सीपीएए ने आगे कहा, “संजुक्ता अरुण वर्षों से अपने चित्रों की बिक्री और नीलामी के माध्यम से कैंसर से बचे लोगों का समर्थन कर रही हैं। बेहद महंगा,दर्द और दबाव के कारण कैंसर बीमारी,रोगियों और उनके परिवारों दोनों को आघात में धकेल देता है।  बीमारी बदसूरत है और परिवारों को यह याद दिलाने की निरंतर आवश्यकता है कि जीवन सुंदर है और इसके लिए लड़ना बेहद जरूरी हैं। संजुक्ता जैसे खूबसूरत लोग,न केवल बच्चों और उनके परिवारोंवालों को बल्कि आम लोगों को भी बदलाव के लिए प्रेरित करते हैं”।

     

कैंसर से लड़ रहे बच्चों के लिए कलाकार संजुक्ता अरुण की सबसे बड़ी पहल! आर्ट प्रदर्शनी से कमाई गयी राशि लगाई जाएगी बच्चों के इलाज में !

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Nature Fights The Battle For Cancer Kids Through Sanjukta Arun’s Painted Ballads

Nature Fights The Battle For Cancer Kids Through Sanjukta Arun’s Painted Ballads

The earth is her muse. And Sanjukta Arun paints her ballads on the canvas.  Whether it be her series on the mighty  waves that define how life is a series of waves to be embraced and overcome by surfing through them, or the forests where we find solace seeing the tree remain a tree, Sanjukta walks her life’s paths unseen to the world hidden in the depth of her creations. It is those answers Sanjukta shares with the world.

Painted Ballads is a collection of poems on canvas on display at the Nehru Centre from Nov 29- Dec 5.

The funds raised through the sale and auction of the paintings will be utilised for the treatment of children suffering from cancer.

On December 3, a special celebration for a batch of 20 children suffering from cancer will be organised, where the children get to paint and showcase their skill for painting. It will be followed by a magic show where gifts and goodies galore. The artist has appealed to art lovers to come forward and support the bravehearts.

“This is merely a small gesture to brighten the lives of these children. We should all come together to brighten their lives. When a child sees a ray of hope, it helps them fight the disease with renewed hope. That is all we seek — to see them emerge winners.”

Adds Anita Peter, Executive Director, CPAA, “Sanjukta Arun has been supporting cancer survivors for years through the sale and auction of her paintings. Cancer pushes both the patients and their families into trauma due to the high expenditure, pain and pressure. The disease is ugly and there is the constant need to remind families that life is beautiful.and worth fighting for. Beautiful people like Sanjukta inspire not just the children and their families but common people to be the change!”

   

Nature Fights The Battle For Cancer Kids Through Sanjukta Arun’s Painted Ballads

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MY CREATIVES I Solo Show of Paintings by veteran artist Shobha Patki in Jehangir Art Gallery

MY CREATIVES I Solo Show of Paintings by veteran artist Shobha Patki in Jehangir Art Gallery

From: 29th November to 5th December 2022

“My  Creatives”

An Exhibition of Paintings by veteran artist Shobha Patki

VENUE:-

Jehangir Art Gallery

161-B, M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: 98908 19343

My Creatives

A solo art exhibition showcasing vivid innovative artworks made by a veteran Pune based artist Shobha Patki during last 40 years of her art journey has been displayed at Jehangir Art Gallery, M.G.Road, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001 from 29th November to 5th December 2022 between 11 am to 7 pm.

Shobha Patki had her art education upto M.A.(Arts) at S.N.D.T. University where she was a top matcher. Then she showcased her creative endeavours in many solo and group art exhibition in reputed art galleries at Pune, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Mauritius, Singapore, USA, UK etc. she actively participated in many sponsored art shows by Government Museums and prestigious art galleries as well as national art  exhibitions organized by Lalit Kala Academy New Delhi, AIFACS New Delhi, Bombay Art Society, Nasik Kala Niketan, Hyderabad Art Society, 40th National Exhibition of contemporary Art 1997 at Bangalore, Chitari Academy Pune, Ganesh Festival Pune, Indian Art Festival Mumbai, Pune, Biennale, Goa Kala Academy and many more. She was written several articles on various subjects and published them in leading magazines / Journals. She has also participated in many projects on paintings / murals / sculptures on numerous themes at Royal Connaught Boat Club Pune, Prestigious mural in National Institute of Virology Pune and others. She has also completed restoration work for old paintings of veteran artists like Raja Ravi Verma and many more to suit thematic peculiarities. She has been proud recipient of many awards / recognition from leading art promotional institutions of national and international reputation. Her works are in proud collection of many renowned art collectors in India and abroad.

She opines that inspiration for creation comes to the sensitive mind of an artist from around and within. It is then expressed in the unique style and compositions via apt colour tones, their harmony and textures by the spiritual innovative artist in an artistic and aesthetic style.

Her presentation in this unique art show incorporates the works made in various mediums and styles alongwith those on numerous themes. She has been inspired by various sources such as Nature, Music, Mythology, Dance, Indian culture & heritage, Realms of life and many more. She has worked on several mediums in her work like jute, plaster, cloth, clay, aluminum, oil, mixed medium and alike.  She makes her thoughts communicative visually in a straightforward but effective way with an artistic touch and realism as well as the aesthetics. With myriad shapes and colours she explores the essence of Indian Culture in an amazing array of forms and styles thereby touching the core of art. She excels in minute decorative detailing to spontaneous compositions also. Her prominent themes include ’Brahmanda’,  Compositions, Antiques, Insight,  Siesta, Chromatic Melody, Raag Mala, After Glow, Rhythm & Harmony, The Primordial shape, Homage to Nature, Abodes N dwellings, Ganesh Pujan, Summer Symphony, Creative Landscapes, Natures Myriad Poses, Sylvan Ballet and many more. Her vivid works on different thematic peculiarities are a treat to watch for any art lover and collector of visual fine arts.

MY CREATIVES I Solo Show of Paintings by veteran artist Shobha Patki in Jehangir Art Gallery

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Mukhavate (Mask) I 15th Solo show of Paintings By well-known artist Yogesh Shirwadkar in Jehangir

Mukhavate (Mask) I 15th Solo show of Paintings By well-known artist Yogesh Shirwadkar in Jehangir

From: 22nd to 28th November 2022

Mukhavate (Mask)

15th Solo show of Paintings

By well-known artist Yogesh Shirwadkar

VENUE:

Jehangir Art Gallery

16-B, M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: 9820144640 / 9920144640 

MUKHAVATE (MASKS)

The recent work presented by a contemporary artist Yogesh Shirwadkar in his 15th solo art exhibition presently under display at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai reveals subtle nuances of vivid masks and their relevance as well as sanctity in human life. He has artistically adorned various works with the requisite tonal harmony and rhythm of apt colours and their resonance in order to depict the desired visual effects in sensitive human minds in the conducive environments.

He has aesthetically and adorned his works showing vivid masks to reveal different feelings in human mind like happiness, curiosity, excitement, innocence, dejection, enthusiasm, pangs of separation, sadness, gloom, masculinity, dominance, anger, hatred, femininity and many more. He has shown these iconic motifs on the faces of the living creatures that resemble human beings, animals, birds and all alike. These depict intense vulnerability and intention of human beings to hide their real personality and mindscape by putting up the various masks in order to safeguard themselves from different catastrophes or unpleasant/problematic situations and happenings in their life. He has tried to show the anatomical features showing various moods of the character as well as characteristics and peculiarities of their inner feelings in apt perspectives.  He has artistically shown various designs of masks put up by human beings on their faces for security, privacy, pride, ego, vanity, respect, fun and many more. He has created the desired visual effects in his work by using various layers of apt colours and his skilful technique using palette knife and other means in order to adorn them with the expected sentimental mindscapes of the character in the requisite perspectives of visual arts.

Mukhavate (Mask) I 15th Solo show of Paintings By well-known artist Yogesh Shirwadkar in Jehangir

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Dr Pheroza Godrej Inaugurated 14th Solo Show Of Artist Neena Singh In Jehangir Art Gallery

Dr Pheroza Godrej Inaugurated 14th Solo Show Of Artist Neena Singh In Jehangir Art Gallery

From: 15th to 21st November 2022

“Where There is Light”

An Exhibition of Paintings by well-known artist Neena Singh

Venue:  

Jehangir Art Gallery

161-B, M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400001

Contact: +91 9892833050

Email: singhneenaartist@gmail.com

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

Neena Singh’s 14th Solo Exhibition “WHERE THERE IS LIGHT” was inaugurated on 15th November 2022 at  Jehangir Art Gallery by Dr. Pheroza Godrej in the presence of Mr. Govind Nihalani, Pritish Nandy, Vikram Sethi, Kanwaljit Singh, Y. P. SinghAbha Singh among others

This collection of work centres light, both metaphorically and aesthetically. Painting feverishly and obsessively throughout the pandemic provided Neena Singh with a life-raft of hope. It became a portal to view human endurance, spirit, joy: embalming them in paint. Singh is a light seeker, having desperately searched for it throughout her life. Art, poetry, spirituality, and philosophy have all provided clefts in the darkness. Art not only encouraged Singh as seeker but allowed her to become a creator of light. Light is a decisive role in Singh’s compositions. High use of chiaroscuro, by placing the inkiest colours next to the lightest, perfectly expresses the boldness of the artist. The power of each tone is exemplified, the eye of the viewer traveling instantly to this place of high-contrast and visual excitement. We are drawn into these deep, often mysterious landscapes. We wade through and sink into them, confronted by our own darkness,

our own search for light and hope. In Singh’s painting Into the unfathomed, a canvas of bottomless deepening blue acts as a portal for reflective melancholy, yet the vibrant slash of titanium white in the centre of this same canvas tempers this contemplative submersion with a flurry of vital energy. This painting perfectly demonstrates Singh’s ability to capture a malignance tempered and always overcome with a celebration of life, of the sparking essence of human vigour. In other pieces, such as Where splendour dwells and Tracing the thread of being, contemplation is diffused by an explosion of dynamic marks, keeping our eyes initially dancing on the surface of these paintings. These pieces foreground a sense of joyful activity, of movement, of human endeavour. After being visually excited by the abundance of marks and colours, we are coaxed through the surface to a just-visible underpainting. Journeying through this thicket of marks to a dreamier space represents a kind of steady contentment that

comes with appreciating the energetic possibility of the human experience. The organic shapes, suggested mountains, oceans, and valleys in Singh’s work speak to the remembered, stumbled across, and imagined landscapes which inspire the artist. The influx of images of nature rejuvenating itself throughout the covid-19 pandemic was a generative source for her. The constant flux of nature mirrors Singh’s exploration of transcendence and renewal. The ebb of a river, the gathering of snow, the turn of a season, the passing of clouds, all foreground change and contrast as both inevitable and positive. In her abstracted landscapes, glimpsed moments of changing light lead the viewer through the space. They remind us of sunlight streaming through a break in heavy cloud, or the fierce foam on a lashing tide. These elemental contrasts are again visual representations of light being connected to the dark and dangerous. Compositionally, these light sources often appear at the horizon point of the painting, or in the upper-third, drawing the eye up and through these imagined landscapes to something hopeful. In this way, these paintings, although often tumultuous and powerful, have an elegiac yearning to them. A desire to escape from the immediate darkness to the light out there.

—Kate Reeve-Edwards

 

Dr Pheroza Godrej Inaugurated 14th Solo Show Of Artist Neena Singh In Jehangir Art Gallery

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Eminent Actor Sandeep Kulkarni Inaugurates The Artival Art Event 2022 On 11 Nov 2022

Eminent Actor Sandeep Kulkarni Inaugurates The Artival Art Event 2022 On 11 Nov 2022

From: 11th, 12th, 13th November 2022

“Artival Art Event 2022” 

Modern & Contemporary Art Event

VENUE:

Expo Centre, 1st Floor,

World Trade Centre,

Colaba, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai 400 005

Contact: 9920804573 / 9833949788

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Mumbai’s Biggest National Level Art Exhibition

A national level group art event Artival 2022 is being held at Expo Centre, World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai on 11th, 12th and 13th Nov., 2022. It will showcase about 3000 artworks created by 300 artists from various regions of our country under one roof. The vivid participating artists are from different regions of the country having diverse backgrounds and culture. It is the intense urge of these artists to display their artworks alongwith those of master artists on a common platform in order to reach the prospective art collectors.

The show has been inaugurated on 11th November 2022 by Mr. Sandeep Kulkarni (Eminent Actor) in the presence of Ms.. Richa Agarwal(Chairperson – Samta Foundation), Suresh Halbhavi(Eminent  Artist ), Devendra Khandelwal  and many other dignitaries in the art field.

Participating Art Galleries include:-   

Chitrakathi Art Gallery, Mumbai,  The Indian Gallery, Mumbai, I Quest Gallery, Mumbai, Aakar – A Contemporary Art, Kolkata, Urja The Art Gallery, Mumbai. 

Participating Artists in this art exhibition include: Dilip Patil, Deepak Thakurdas, Prakash Ghadge, Padmanabh Bendre,  Vitthal Hire, Shashikant  Patade, Bhiva Punekar, Ashif Hossain, K Sadaf, R.C. Sharma, Nilesh Nikam, Devendra Nimbargikar, Dr. Shefali Samir Bhujbal, Dnyaneshwar Dhavale,  Vaishali Ingle, Vaishali Desai, Sumana Dey, Reshma Shirke, Pratibha Goel, Neeta Verma,  Vishal Sabley, Vishwajeet Kumar, Shalu Puria, Mita Vora, Seema Shah, Ishita Biswas, Bonobithi Biswas, Milind Thakur, Pankaj Naik Nimbalkar, Prajakta Ponkshe, Pallavi Nagwekar, Krishna Prakash Jagdale, Manjiri Joshi, Pavan Kumar D, Shrikant Poddar, Muskan Sagar,  Mitlesh Sharma, Dr. Kashinath D.W, Satishkumar Wallepure, K.S. Kamatagoudar, Dr. Ashok Shatkar, B.N. Patil Kalaburagi, B.V. Kamaji,  Meenakshi A.S. Guttedar, Nisha Singh, Tanishka Soni, B.R Uppin, Rajashekhar S, Kishor Kumar, Sanjay Kanihal,  Milind Thakur, Mandar Khot, Yogita Arute, Sumant Shetty, Seema Arolkar, Kalpanand, Jui Bhagwat,  Amita Acharya, Jyotsna Sonavane, Ravi Rahate, Seema Hadaoo, Gayatri Bhapkar, Namrata Goradia, Ram Rokade,    Arjun Machivale, Mahesh Kadam, Rupesh Patil,  Vaibhav Thakur, Namdev Patil, Nandkumar Thorat, Jayashree Savani, Santoshkumar Patil, Parshwa Nandre,  Shailesh Gurav, Rohit Parab, Paneri Punekar, Kaustubh Kavathekar, Madhura Kulkarni, Mona Jain, Gautam Das, Sandeep Parkhi, Himanshi Rajawat, Anjali Kshirsagar, Murali Kumbhar, Yogesh Barve, Vijay Upadhye, Chaitanya Dalvi, Akshay Jadhav, Gorakh Gholap, Shrirang Badve, Rati Bhargava, Deepak B. Patil, Rahul Kirdak, Dhammapal Kirdak, Ahsan Abdul Rahim Ansari, M. Imtiyaz, Manoj Sonawane, Anil Chaugule,  Anita Hasurkar, Govind Sirsat, Nanda Pathak, Janhavii Bhide, Sohnal Saxena, Dr. Jaai Karnik,  Manisha Ogale, Varsha Sheth, Suvarna Bare, Rekha Thombare, Ravindra Pawar,  among others.

        

Eminent Actor Sandeep Kulkarni inaugurates the Artival Art Event 2022 on 11th Nov.2022

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