‘Every artist comes with hidden eyesight’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 16 Mar 2017 11:26:46

Staff Reporter,

Annual art exhibition by Aakriti Institute of Fine Arts was inaugurated at Rani Durgavati Art Gallery, on Wednesday.
Chief guest on the occasion was DSP of AJJAKS Surekha Parmar, while retired Principal Lalit Kala Sansthan, Hari Bhatnagar, Senior Artists Amrit Lal Vegad, Dr Tanuja Choudhary graced the occasion as special guests, Dr Chaya Rai, Retired HOD of Rani Durgavati University presided over the function.

At the outset, all the guests inaugurated the exhibition by offering special prayers to Goddess Saraswati and lit the traditional lamp.
Principal of the college Dr Deepa Agrawal threw lights over the annual activities of the institute. She said that students are studying here with dedication and are developing their career in the field of fine arts. Every year, art exhibition is displayed with an aim to display their work in front of people. This year too, art exhibition is being displayed with an objective, where, students’ work would be displayed and people would visit and appreciate their hard work. Through this, students would feel motivated and give best performance in their work.

Addressing the programme, chief guest, DSP Surekha Parmar said that every artist has hidden eyesight and through this eyesight, the artist develops a face or form. She also appreciated art work of students. She said that these students would develop their career in the field of art work. DSP Parmar extended best wishes to all the students for their bright future. Dr Chaya Rai said that art work need lots of patience, concentration and hard work. She also expressed her views towards art work and dedication.

Amrit Lal Vegad also informed about difference between art and its importance. He said that if there were no art in the world, then our life would have been like life without happiness and life without colours.

The other guests also addressed the programme and extended their best wishes to all the students. During the second phase, the cultural programme was organised. Classical dance, Bharatnatyam, solo skit ‘Mobile Ka Bolbala’ was also staged.
Lastly, vote of thanks was proposed by Dr Deepa Agrawal. The exhibition would remain open till March 17 from 11 am to 7 pm.