Group Art Exhibition by Art Grooves in Mumbai
By Poornima Dayal
Art Grooves an online Art Forum brings to you their first Live Art Exhibition from 16 – 23 April. Art Grooves has come a long way, says artist Poornima Dayal, founder Art Grooves. A web portal that started with online Art Meets has today over 40 artists on board.
The exhibits have unique styles and textures. Every artist is displaying their own best. Suniel Baukhandi is an example of exemplary artwork , with The essence of The Ajanta and Ellora Caves conveyed on paper.
‘I have tried to portray true and faithful reproductions. I intended to display that particular age old texture and aroma of the originals in the caves of the world heritage Cave Temples of Ajanta ‘ , elaborates Suniel.
Hasrat Ali’s photography has motion, whilst Mallika Gurnani ‘s portfolio of photographs is a traveller’s treasure.
Anjum Shah has incorporated Cement on wood and Canvas to portray her ideology. The subtility of the work is impressive.
Payal Sarvaiya is a Mumbai based artist whose foray into the abstracts helped her paint ‘The Meltdown’, a canvas of myriad hues.
Vishwas Pednekar ‘s works are bold to say the least with the portryal of women in his own independent technique.
Shalina Aahva Gupta ‘s artwork suggests an impression of childlike innocence that gradually matures.
Ambika Kapoor Vij, a Durban based artist has won many a hearts with her painting titled ‘Honeycomb’.
Triveni Mahajan, a Delhi based artist exhibits her Enamel on metal collection at The ongoing Exhibition.
Sandhya Jathar ,Sapna Anand, Dr Roma Madan Soni, Madan Lal, Lushoo Kapoor, Vedha Sreeram, Reena Wal, Kamini Misra are the other artists participating.
Poornima Dayal, the founder of Art Grooves also has her artworks on view.
An exhibition which was inaugurated by Brinda Miller Hon. Chairperson Kala Ghoda Festival and Shreyas Talpade , leading Hindi and Marathi Film actor is worth the watch on at The Bombay Art Society, Bandra, Mumbai till 23 April 2022.