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Jaipur’s Painting artist Dileep Sharma work ‘Valley of Flowers’ on display in art exhibition at Mumbai


‘The human body and mother nature have a special relation between them. Both of them compliment and complete each other. The contribution of nature always plays a special role in the human life.’

-As quoted by the artist Dileep Sharma

Visualising art - Valley of Flowers:

Nature’s creation is quite unique in itself and hence has the artist Dileep Sharma come up and designed an exhibition named ‘ Valley of Flowers’ and dedicates it to the creative people.

Art exhibition in Mumbai:

‘Valley of Flowers’, the exhibition of Mr. Dileep Kumar, an artist from the city of Jaipur has his exhibition on display in the Mumbai city in the Institute Of Contemporary Indian Art.

Valley of Flowers, Cityofjaipur

Tremendous response for art work:

The exhibition has received a positive response in manifolds from the audience.

Mustard fields and flowers, an art love:

Mr. Dileep expressed on how he always gazed upon the fields of mustard back in his home town Jaipur. The mustard flowers always swayed away his heart, had been an attraction and grabbed his attention.

When the artist first made a self-portrait, he made used of the mustard flowers. Post this, these flowers became a part of his art creations.

Working past two years:

The artist states on how he has been working past two years for this exhibition.

Paintings and sculptures:

19 paintings and sculptures have been displayed from the artists’ end in the exhibition.

Object and background:

The human body has been kept as an object and mustard flowers in the background have been made use of and the combination has been set.

Architectural work and mustard flowers:

Some paintings of architectural work have been coupled with flowers to enhance the beauty of the art work.

Watercolour and paper, the perfect art combination:

The paintings have been readied by making use of watercolors on paper. Drying and wash technique have been efficiently used in all the paintings.

Art exhibition duration:

The exhibition will take place every day upto July 4, 2016.

 


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