Group show features diverse art worksCultural Correspondent
The group art exhibition, ‘Colour of Time’, features an array of artworks done in different mediums like painting, wood, ceramic and others.
The ongoing exhibition, organised by Space Visual Art at the exhibition at Institute of Art and Culture in Gulshan, displays diverse works of 11 contemporary artists belong to the organisation.
Anisuzzaman’s series work ‘Sonar Tori’ depicting boats on the rivers in different angles grabs the viewer’s attention at a first glance.
The artist has chosen an attractive element of Bangladeshi art: boats plying on rivers. The innovative approach of presenting the rural motif has made his watercolour paintings even more aesthetically rich works.
The beauty of the rivers and landscapes has also been depicted in the watercouloured compositions by famed artist Rezaun Nabi. The seasoned artist has successfully depicted the diverse topology of the country portraying three rivers- Buriganga, Mahananda and Naf- flowing through different landscapes including urban, rural and hilly in his watercolour paintings titled ‘River Buriganga,’ ‘River Mahananda’ and ‘River Naf.’
Watercolour is also the medium for Fahmida Khatun’s Blue Life-1 and 2 series. In both of the painting the she has experimented with different shades of blue to depict the spectacular beauty of the aquatic flowers floating in the water bodies.
Rezaul Islam Lovelu’s woodcarving series ‘Lady and Birds’ depicts images of women and birds in the trees with delicate lines and illusive colours.
The combination of serenity and liveliness has been presented through Md. Zahir Hossain Newton’s series work in acrylic on canvas titled ‘Nature and Birds.’ For its diverse colour compositions each works of the spectacular series draws attention of the spectators.
Debasish Pal’s ‘Pottery Composition’ presents three ceramic potteries made in rugged but artistic manner.
The Sri Lankan high commissioner to Bangladesh, Sarath Weragoda, was present as chief guest at the inauguration ceremony on September 7.
The exhibition will end today.
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