65 artists come together in art fair
Kolkata: With its stunning line-up of 300 original artworks by 65 artists, a four-day art and lifestyle fair was kicked off at an art gallery today.
`Art Redefined`, the exhibition, so named, showcases works of emerging artists alongside renowned names from the art realm like Sunil Das, Jogen Chowdhury, Samir Aich, Rabin Mandal, Manik Talukdar, Niranjan Pradhan among others.
The mix consists of 65 artists who have given form to their imaginations in myriad ways. The result is a smorgasbord of paintings, sculptures with varying themes done on wide-ranging mediums.
The highly individualised styles of work of each painter gets reflected in their respective watercolours, acrylics, pencil sketch, new media and oil paintings.
Swathed in vibrant hues of the festive season, the art gallery offers visitors to snap up art collectibles, ceramics, photographs, prints, sculptures alongside fashion and lifestyle essentials at an affordable price range.
"We have always believed in demystifying art for the uninitiated and thereby we have converted the curious onlookers who used to be put off by exorbitant prices of art, to serious art buyers," said Richa Agarwal of Emami Chisel Art.
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