Two artists – a painter and sculptor – are holding their exhibition at the Artist’s Centre. The exhibition will continue till April 15.
The two artists have sculpted and painted the rural scene. Satyajeed Varekar has produced some simple, visually pleasing rural scenario in which we find women at work. The artist has postioned in ages to build a compact composition. The arrangements indicate a balanced approach of a good artist. In some of the paintings, we see the women squatting under umbrellas selling flowers. He makes one of the women the Centre of attraction – a device which adds to the high-calibre composition. He adopts a realistic style. Contact: 9860207099.
There are some good bronze sculpture by Santosh Kuperkar. Contact: 9975162155. His style is realistic. In some of the pieces, imaginative changes in form. For instance, in one piece, the figure is clothed from neck to toe with a robe that conceals the torso, arms and legs. It invests the work with a meaning to which the artists wants to draw attention. And is that a three-headed sculpture from the Elephanta? The artist’s talent is quite visible. The exhibition will continue at the Artist’s Centre till April 15.