Artistic Expressions by Amit Makwana
|Artist Rupa 'Bawari' lighting the lamp at the inauguration|
was inaugurated at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (Prince of Wales Museum) at 5.30pm on November 9, 2011. For those interested the exhibition will be open from 10 am to 7 pm at the venue until November 13, 2011.
|At the entrance|
I reached early to take pictures without the crowd. I reached there at about 3.40 pm to be welcomed by the artist, Amit Makwana and his wife, Kruti. They were very happy with the response that they had got at the exhibition at Jaipur and were quite confident that it will be as good here in Mumbai. I wish them all the very best!
|The hall where the exhibition is being held|
The hall at the museum was huge and the poems and digital art by Amit Makwana along with the paintings by Anuradha Thakur and Shefali Chauhan were displayed all over and made for a beautiful ambience.
|Artist Rupa, her husband, Artist Amit Makwana & his wife|
The Chief Guest, artist Rupa 'Bawari'
arrived at the venue at 5.30 pm along with her diamond merchant husband. Click on the artist's name to go to her website and know more about her.
|Celebrate Life Forever - art by Anuradha Thakur, Poem by Amit Makwana|
I spent a while longer at the exhibition as my friend Nilima Kadam arrived there to catch the show. Click here
to read her blog on the same. My daughter Vinitha also landed up there to check out the poems and artwork and enjoyed the show.
|Love-The Art of Living - Digital Drawing by Amit Makwana, Painting by Shefali Chauhan|
Snacks and cold drinks were served to all the guests. The event had been organised by Nandita Choudhury of Media Pulse Public Relation.
|Artist Amit Makwana & wife Kruti, his inspiration. The digital art behind is 'I Wish You a Happy Birthday, My Love'|
|Newspaper Coverage of Jaipur Exhibition|
These are some of the paintings that were on display. All are by artist Anuradha Thakur. I simply loved them.
|Painting by Anuradha Thakur|
|One more artwork by Anuradha Thakur|
|Also by Anuradha Thakur|
Click here to read my interview with Artist Amit Makwana.
good, well written Sundari. The pics have come out perfectly :)ReplyDelete
yeah, I thought so too. As I had already done the interview, I thought it is better to speak through pictures that each speaks a thousand words, anyway ;)
pics are so beautiful Sundari ...ReplyDelete