Group exhibition by Arti Nagpal, Rupavani Talari, Uma Tirumalasetti and Sreelatha at Malaka Spice, Hyderabad

Timings – 11 am to 11.30 pm
Dates – 1st April to 30th April 2017
Malaka Spice, Kapil Food & Beverages
Plot No. 49, Road No. 1
Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad – 500033

Arti Nagpal

She is an artist with a deep and passionate appreciation for beauty in the natural world and within the human spirit. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Paintings from Jamia Millia Islamia University (New Delhi) and Master’s degree in Conservation and Restoration of Art from National Museum (New Delhi). She has participated in various Art exhibitions held in Delhi, Mumbai & Hyderabad. She has been a protégé to famous artists like Anjolie Ela Menon, Rameshwar Broota and Arpana Kaur. Her works are part of collections of eminent curators like Sushma Behl, well known galleries like Delhi Art Gallery. She specializes in different mediums but Oil on Canvas is her favourite. Her subjects come from real life as she tries to analyse humans and their surroundings very closely. Her works are executed in a vibrant, impressionistic style, which – while retaining its representational roots – incorporates abstract elements, resulting in a uniquely contemporary union.

Rupavani Talari

“My subject matter is nature, whether it is a landscape, waterfall or flowers. Nature is good for soul. I try to bring that nature inside with my artwork. I dont potray actual objects of nature but I want my work to look like they could have existed somewhere. I love working with oils though occasionally try my hands on acrylics. Whatever the medium or subject is, everything is captured with the dance of the brush when it meets the canvas.”

Rupavani has a Masters degree in Fine art from JNTU. She also an MCA. Her solo shows include”Serenity” in Noida and Hyderabad. She has held group shows at Amritsar, Delhi, Amalapur, Mumbai and France. Her works are generally, flowers, still life and landscapes.

Uma Tirumalasetti

She is a self taught artist and worked as a faculty in Chemistry and Maths in several well known institutions in Pune and Hyderabad for many years. She has painted about 200 paintings in a span of 3 years,and loves to paint in any medium, with more inclination towards figuratives and realistic. She has to her credit several group shows in prestigious galleries in pune and Hyderabad and many places in Andhra. She has bagged around 15 jury awards,and also participated in an art workshop organised by the A.P state government,cultural dept. She looks forward to displaying her works in different states and abroad.In brief ART for her, is a channel to reach the INFINITE source of LIFE.

Sreelatha

Art can’t just be a hobby or a profession , it is the medium of expressing every sense of feeling. Sreelatha puts her heart into her paintings. She started painting very early at the age. Her passion for the art of drawing and paintings started at the moment when she wanted to express who she wanted to be and who she couldn’t be. Art was always in there and she grew as an artist with natural ability.

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