Solo Artwork Exhibition: ‘The Shifting Backyard’



Solo Art Exhibition: 'The Moving Garden’


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Solo Artwork Exhibition: ‘The Shifting Backyard’

Preethi Koduri Grandhi efficiently carried out her solo artwork exhibition.

Her solo artwork exhibition was named ‘The Shifting Backyard’ was held at India Habitat Centre (Open Palm Court docket), Lodhi Highway, New Delhi. Began from twenty first December (5 pm) to finish on twenty fifth December 2021 (11 am to 7 pm every day for relaxation days). The present will resume at Gallery Sree Arts, Gurugram from 1st January until thirty first January 2022.

Colors are highly effective instruments the place the juxtaposition of various pictures is ready to create a brand new narrative that conjures and conveys messages and feelings.

Preethi’s creativity accommodates quite a few ideas and parts that break boundaries and converse to individuals. From up to date nature to colonial pasts, from nature’s bounty to flights of fancy, from travellers’ diaries to a seek for peace, the artworks include an assortment of frames.

Typically light-hearted to recommend deeper meanings, they’re visually harmonious and thought-provoking.

Concerning the Curator: Jitendra Padam Jain is an artwork curator. By way of his Gallery Sree Arts, he has supplied sturdy help to younger and rising artists in India and abroad.

Concerning the artist: Picasso stated, “Artwork washes away from the soul the mud of on a regular basis life.”

Preethi enjoys and relaxes by involving in artwork. Artwork has been her love for greater than 15 years.

Although she has been experimenting with totally different themes, she has a particular affinity for flowers. She believes that flowers symbolize magnificence and pleasure and educate us an essential lesson on being distinctive and residing unselfishly. As a result of because it stated “Flowers are the music of the bottom. From earth’s lips spoken with out sound.”

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