In an endeavor to promote understanding, acceptance, and a reintegration into society of the marginalized artists, Hues of Neelanchal endeavors to bring to the fore, the extravagant manifestation of imagination blended with the richness of multi myriad hues and expressions by some of the most gifted men, some of the inventive efforts of whom have never been showcased before.
Art plays a large part in making our lives infinitely rich, though we may not be aware of its contribution. It is the aesthetic spectrum of artists that makes us more thoughtful and well-rounded humans. Despite the best of efforts by some of the most influencing patrons of art, many artists continue to remain unsung and even languish in their inadequate world.
With an aim to support the artists to showcase their talent and for them to be recognized in their individual capacity for the world of art to take notice, Art Tree has created and curated HUES OF NEELANCHAL wherein they have shortlisted 9 artists from Odisha to display their artworks, at the Lalit Kala Akademi in New Delhi, from 19th February 2017- 25th February 2017.
Be it capturing nature in its naked form or discovering the value of humans, or exploring the unseen in dazzling forms, these artists ranging from – Banoj Mohanty, Amarendra Mahrana, Chiranjib Panda Deenbandhu Marndi, Nirakar Chowdhury, Anil Roy, Rajesh Pattnaik and Sushant Kumar Panda – arrest the exquisite beauty of art in multifarious forms: oil, acrylic, watercolors and even waste material. On display will be nearly 45 artworks, specially created for the show by these artists.
The abundance of colour, the numerous representations of vibrant symphony crafted by artists present before us the soft and hard realities of life around us. A few of these artists have used bold brushstrokes to make their unflinchingly daring statement in landscapes and conceptual forms of art.
There will be a display of about 45 artworks especially created for the show by these 7-8 artists, ranging from INR 20,000 to INR 1,50,000.