Jamshedpur, Oct 3: Art Beat an exhibition of 11 renowned artists organized by Off The Wall Art Gallery began at United Club on Saturday, October 3.
This time, aptly in this festive month, the steel city’s favorite touch base for artists, art lovers and buyers alike is celebrating artists from almost every corner of India. Many in Jamshedpur will see the works of these artists, individually, for the first time, and definitely, collectively under one roof.
Artists with distinctive styles and of different generations, they work on different mediums and explore themes that reflect the vibrant diversity of contemporary India, taking inspiration from abstract minimalism to rich mythology and global-desi pop culture.
Steel City residents can enjoy the diverse India canvas from North to East and West. See canvases, watch artists in action and learn more about the heart of art at the Art Exhibition: Art Beats.
The show is hosting works of : Haren Thakur and Praween Karmakar from Ranchi;
Sanjoy Banerjee from Kolkata; Bijay Biswal from Nagpur; Vilas Kulkarni from Pune;
Raghunath Sahu from Odisha; Brajmohan Arya from Jabalpur; Anil Sharma and Sunil Vishwakarma from Varanasi; and last but not the least, Mukta Gupta, Badal Paramanik and Prabir Shaw from Jamshedpur.
Divya Taneja, Owner of the Gallery at Sakchi says, Off the Wall Gallery offers art lovers an opportunity to view and purchase contemporary Indian art from across India.
The gallery’s wide selection of Indian paintings, prints, sculptures and folk art provides a glimpse into the inspirations of leading and upcoming Indian artists.
Off the Wall Gallery deals in Indian Contemporary Art and Modern Art. It has a wide range of Indian Paintings by Indian artists. It carries original paintings in different mediums such as Oil Paintings, Watercolor Paintings, Acrylic Paintings and Charcoal Paintings.
It has Paintings in different styles like Abstract Paintings, Landscape Paintings and Figurative Paintings. It has grown with a view to promote Contemporary Art in India.
The Art Gallery has been continuously involved in recognition and promotion of emerging Indian Artists and Indian Art creating an awareness of Art amongst old & new Art Collectors and provides a platform for interaction between Artist and Indian Art Collectors” she added. The 2-day exhibition will conclude on Sunday, October 4.