New Delhi, Aug 12 (IANS) An artist as a creator or master reflects matchless quality coming from his insight. A group exhibition titled ‘Master creation’ based on these spontaneous creations by artists is available to view in the capital.
“Master Creation”, conceptualized by Kishore Lamba, is being held at Open Palm Court, India Habitat Centre till August 15. A group of senior artists are participating in this art exhibition.
The curator’s perception induces the right choice for the unique concept to rise to a rare kind.
“Art is something you can escape with. It is a land of contentment, being an artist means forever healing your own wounds and at the same time endlessly exposing them,” the curator told IANS.
The selected group of artists belongs to varied generations that have added their individual characteristics to make the show energetic and fascinating to appeal the viewers from different backgrounds.
Artist Manju Narain described art as “the only way to run away without leaving home”.
“The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls,” said the artist whose works on paper bear the soft touch of charcoal, pencil, pastel, water color and Acrylic.
Narain’s paintings depict strange innocent beings and wistfully-illustrative fairytale creatures, trapped silently within claustrophobic gardens and troubling mazes, as if striving for some means of escape and true expression.
Artist Kamlesh Tiwari said: “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see. The only time I feel alive is when I am creating something.”
His works are detailed, depicting the beauty of nature in its explicit vastness and depth and showing unconditional love mother nature offers us. He creates textures with interwoven realistic lines to create a magic for the viewer.