A brush with Divine Expressions

An exhibition of paintings, sculptures and photographs begins this Wednesday, 19th November, in New Delhi.

Among the paintings being exhibited at the 'Divine Expressions' exhibition is the Human Tree by Rachna Bhati

Among the paintings being exhibited at the ‘Divine Expressions’ exhibition is the Human Tree by Rachna Bhati

Curated by Nitin Mujumder, an exhibition by multiple artists will be taking place at the All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society from 19th November to 25th November, 2014, in New Delhi. Titled Divine Expressions, the show “depicts the essence of reality, creative thoughts and ideas. The show pays tribute to Nature and its various elements and concepts the world revolves around. Every artist has tried to uncover new dimensions of Art, Morality and Nature.”

Where as on one hand the exhibition includes a contemporary of the photography industry, Mukul Vasistha, there are others like Sarbari Roychowdhury who is a self-taught artist working at capturing the feelings and emotions of women in her works. Another self-taught artist in this line-up is Pawan Khurana, who believes that art and spirituality go hand in hand.

Blowing Innoscence by Mukul Vasisth is a part of the ‘Divine Expressions’ exhibition

Johny P Paulose has profound interest in the works of Salvador Dali and in his own paintings he too strives to blur the lines between real and imaginative. Where as artist Rohit Sharma deconstructs the Indian dream, fairy tales, nursery rhymes, and lullabies that are part of our childhood and adult culture.

The complete list of participating artists is: Nitin Majumder, Mukul Vasistha, Nidhi Sawhney, Sarbari Roychowdhury, Ritika Tejpal, Johny P Paulose, Rohit Maurya, Rohit Sharma, Kritika Mehta, Rachna Bhati, Gaurav Dahiya and Pawan Khurana.

View and shop for paintings, sculptures and photographs of this collection of artists at All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society, Rafi Marg, New Delhi, from 19-25 November, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.