Aquarelle- Art Houz's watercolour painting exhibition explores themes beyond nature
From magnificent temples to rustic villages and vintage cars, the diverse themes for the paintings that will be on display at Aquarelle, the 15-day watercolour painting exhibition at Art Houz is sure to be a treat to the art lovers of the city. Featuring over ten artists from across India, the exhibition, beginning today has artists bringing their works that focus on a particular theme. “Watercolour, being a difficult medium to work with, most paintings we come across would be some random landscapes. In order to provide a fresh experience to the viewers, we wanted to feature artists who work on themes that are not very common such as vintage vehicles,” says Bridget Shibu, operations manager at Art Houz.
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The other artists bringing their work to the exhibition are Alison Pinto (Mumbai) with a theme on peace and hope, Kancchn Haanday (Pune) with vintage vehicles, Karthikeyan Muringoor (Kerala) with expressions of temples, G N Madhu (Kerala) with works on nature, Mopasang Valath (Kerala) on rural life, Nithin NP (Kerala) with memories of motherland, Sooraj Babu (Kerala) on street life and Sunil Linus De (Kerala) on villages.
On till 7 July at Art Houz, Jenney's Residency
11am -7 pm
Details: 0422 433 5777