SYMPHONY – Group Exbn of Paintings by distinguished 13 Women artists at Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Worli, Mumbai From 26th Oct to 1st Nov, 2021.

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    SYMPHONY – A Medley of Brush Strokes   A Group show of Paintings by distinguished 13 Women artists at Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Discovery of India Building, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai From 26th Oct to 1st Nov, 2021 between 11 am to 7 pm. A symphony-(Latin-Symphonia- unison of sounds) defined as an elaborate, extended musical composition that is written for an orchestra to play. Putting a twist on that is the Art exhibition “Symphony”, organized by Sanjukta Barik, here we have an orchestra of artists, who with their various instruments and techniques have put together a symphony. A symphony of colours, to feel, to see, to listen and to sense, to dive deep into the beauty of creativity. 13 women in unison speak through their canvases, in an orchestral interlude of colours and forms that will encapsulate you in space filled with over Forty beautiful artworks, portraying beauty, joy, movement, positivity and grace.

    These distinguished women artists have created a name and niche’ for themselves in the prominent Art circuit, prevalent in the country. Their art portrays immense positive energy, be it the feminine force as presented by Artist Purnima Dabholkar, floral fragrance of Artist Tullika Mukherjee, Divine creations of Artist Dr Sulochana Gawde, Intriguing Abstracts from Artists Shefali Saraya, Alka Pandey, Gauri Gulati, Neeti Hegde, Serene Buddha from Artists Madhumita Bhattacharya, Dr Devyani Parekh and Dr Kamalini Pathak. Symphony of art, stories of daily life and melodies of nature, by Artists Gurmit Kaur, Tuhina Chatterjee, Niti Hegde and Sanjukta Arun. All these paintings are a sheer delight for the art lover and art connoisseur and will surely leave a lasting impression in the hearts of the viewer viewer.

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