Picture-realistic drawings, a slice of heritage in watercolour on paper, shades of Nature, unleashing creativity via printmaking strategies and a variety of feelings dominate the group present of artists known as Artists Reunited at Dys Artwork Gallery in Visakhapatnam.
Seventeen artists have displayed 40 artwork works on the exhibition right here. Amongst them are South American artist Alejandra Hansen’s graphite on paper works, Visakhapatnam artist
Srinivasa Rao Kanumuri’s works on combined media on ivory sheet, Pune artist Swati Vaidya, Jyotsna Mandapaka’s printing-making works, Delhi artist Neha Singh’s watercolor on paper, Tanya Narayan’s works, artwork works of PV Hanumanthu- Visakhapatnam, Srikanthi Peketi, Jagruthi Hyma Lakkimsetty, Heena Fernandez, Gulzar Hussain, Neha Giduturi, Rohitha Yelleti, Alekhya Yeddu, Tanishq Pratap Singh, KV Madhuri and Gladdys AR.
Alejandran specialises on portraits and works from photographic reference. The method she makes use of is graphite and charcoal on paper, embracing the technical qualities of realism and conventional portraiture. For her, drawing is a journey, the place she “channels feelings, ideas, and views”.
Tanya Narayan has showcased her works depicting life in mountains and heritage. “I get pleasure from pencil sketching and watercolour. Most of my works are a mirrored image of the great thing about life and landscapes. I additionally love experimenting with a robust interaction of lights and shadows,” says Tanya.
Srikanthi Peketi has experimented with pencils, charcoal, gentle pastels, acrylics, pigments and silk stains. “However watercolors and oils are my favorites. I’m most fascinated by individuals and the play of sunshine. I imagine that magnificence and inspiration are in every single place round us; we simply must take the time to note them,” says the artist.
The exhibition could be considered at Dys Artwork Gallery in Siripuram, from 4 pm to 9 pm, Monday to Saturday.