Feminine desires

Artist Sheela Khubchandani has come up with her solo painting exposition which explores the feminine desires and manifests her intrinsic underpinnings. Her protagonists are manifestations of a modern, independent woman, who is non-conformist and can fight with her destiny and rise to the occasion. Venue: Kam Art Gallery, Old Rajinder Nagar, till March 18. Time: 11 am
to 7 pm.

Modern Madhubani

Neelkant Choudhary is presenting a solo show of Madhubani paintings with a modern and contemporary touch. He remains loyal to the traditional Madhubani templates but has experimented with icons and figures. His motifs are depiction of Goddesses Durga and Kali to charwomen and village children walking to school. Neelkant paintings add freshness and innovation.
Venue: Gallerie Ganesha, GK-II, from March 7 till April 5. Time: 11 am to 7 pm.

Vibrant brush

Colours & Strokes, an exhibition of abstract paintings of acrylic on canvas explore the artists Archna Jaideep Singh’s emotional intervention with nature and changing season. It is her attempt to create beauty in the time of ugliness and violence. Venue: India Habitat Centre, March 1 to 5 . Time: 10 am to 8 pm.

Ceramic beauty

Trying to address the duality of vulnerability and strength, Rahul Kumar has come up with a cluster of tiny pots made from ceramics. His latest collection ‘Astronomically Small’ brings clay to life and takes these pots much above their primary utilitarian.
Venue: Art Heritage, Tansen Marg, from March 2 to April 3. Time: 11 am to 7 pm.

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