Painting exhibition enthralls visitors

Painting exhibition enthralls visitors

Painting exhibition enthralls visitors

The painting exhibition by the Shanthinikethana Chitrakala Mahavidyalaya has been attracting the art lovers.

The students have used various forms of paintings such as pencil sketch, charcoal work, water colour, traditional style, oil painting, acrylic on canvas, pastel on paper to exhibit their talent.

Speaking to presspersons, Chitrakala Mahavidyalaya Principal Vishwakarma Acharya said “the paintings have been exhibited by the artists as a part of Independence Day celebrations. The painting exhibition will be held till August 22.”

Shalini has come out with vulture, king fisher, cranes in her pencil sketch.

Shubha, another student had drawn deer enjoying the beauty of nature in charcoal.

N Arun’s water colour painting, N A Sowmya’s traditional Rajastani woman swaying the traditional fan to beat the heat,  Benne Krishna, a woman reading love letter remembering her beau and other paintings have been attracting the connoisseurs of art. 

Palivivek has brought out the scene of flowers in the lake, waves lashing boulders beside the sea beautifully on the canvas.

‘Kalinga mardana’ drawn in Mysore traditional style by H R Kavya was another centre of attraction.

H U Swathi, Vandana, Krishna, Jagadish, Shalini, Basavaraju, Kumar, Pannaga, Shilpa, Venkanna Char, Pavan Anoop, Arun, Kirankumar, Naveen, Vishwakarmachar of the Shanthinikethana Chitrakala Mahavidyalaya have  also exhibited their paintings.