News | Mumbai-based Akara Art is hosting 'Moonlit Offerings', an exhibition of artist Poushali Das's works. The exhibition consists of 15 silk and wasli paper works. "Being a student of Santiniketan, Poushali's use of the tempera and wash on silk continues the traditions of the Bengal School along with a strong influence of oriental miniaturist style. Her recent residency in Japan (2017) has allowed her to cultivate this wash tempera technique further. Her sublime canvases and her quaint color palette leaves a tranquil impression in the viewers mind. The narratives of her works are mostly borrowed from various ancient texts and are also inspired from Rumi and Tagore’s poems," states the Exhibition Note. The exhibition is on display until 20 October.
Image Details: Kyoto Nara Travelling 7
Sumi ink and color on Japanese paper post card
5 x 7 inches
Thank you all for joining us last night at #GBartafterdark to celebrate @gillmanbarracks' 6th anniversary!
We hope that you had fun experiencing the emotions and thoughts of @adityanovali and his sister through augmented reality, as well as to view @robert_zhao's work in its full glory in the great outdoors of Gillman Barracks! "Significant Other" will be on view until 21 Nov 2018, while "Trying to remember a tree (iii) - The world will surely Collapse" will be on view until 23 Jun 2019.
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