Hope – the perspective of real seeing an exhibition of drawings, paintings and sculptures by contemporary artists is on at the Kala Srot Gallery which brings together unique artistic talent from across India all under one roof.
The exhibition covers paintings and artworks on diverse colour schemes and themes
The exhibition tries to break the set notions of the usual perceptions and outlook of the human mind to bring forth something that is beyond the imagination of the human mindspace.
All this transcending a specific art form or medium keeping in mind the continuous possibilities.
The organizers say it’s a great deal of imagination, ingenuity and creativity where there is a clear line of order to understand the differences between certain product and process.
The play of line, texture, form and elements create their own sphere and beautifully unfold the hidden layer’s of human emotions. Having gone through the displayed artworks it is first hand a great aesthetic appearance within and without ultimate conceived and featured frames.
‘HOPE’ provides an opportunity to see the unseen visual version of the subconscious mind along with diverse live experiences.
The Kalasrot gallery under the Kalasrot Art foundation has over the years been tirelessly working to promote contemporary practices in visual art forms.
Run by Anurag and Mansi Didwania, Kala Srot is a platform that provides the artist all the possible avenues and perspectives to develop his skills and understand different art forms Kala Srot also conducts artists camps and residencies to promote art culture in every human occupied space.
Kalasrot in association with Abhivyakti Kala Kendra and sponsored by Indian Council for Cultural Relations showcases works of notable artists, sculptors and painters which includes Amit Kalla, Balagopalan, Daina Mohapatra, Divya Pandey, Durga Prashad Bandi, Girish Ch Behera, Jai kishore, Mainaz Bano, Meghansh Thapa, Mukesh Sah, Rahul Jain, Ravi Kumar, Sanjay Raj, Vijendra S Vij, Vinay Amber and Yogesh K Prajapati.