Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): The artworks of 61 artistes from Odisha have been showcased by Basis of Arts and Tradition, Bhopal, on its social media pages. It’s a part of its sixth on-line exhibition, which started from April 1, to mark Utkal Diwas – the muse day of Odisha.
State’s distinguished artiste together with Jatin Das, Advait Gananek, Jagannath Panda, Ram Hari Jena, Ravi Narayan Rath, Tapan Das, Asit Patnaik, Manas Ranjan Jena, Tutu Patnaik and Anoop Kumar Chand have displayed their works in numerous artwork kinds.
Jagannath Panda’s work titled Fly Catcher is in acrylic, fibre and glue on plywood. A lithography work, The Journey to my Vacation spot by Bikas Chandra Senapati, a marble and steel Civilization-V, and stone Airavata, by Tutu Patnaik are on show.
A fibreglass and iron piece The Ray of Hope, and fibreglass and bronze work by Gajendra Kumar Padhi and a ceramic work by Biswajita Moharana are additionally on show. Pigment on paper work Wind and Fireplace by Ramahari Jena, black granite stone work Odyssey by Nivedita Mishra, blended media on paper The Essence of Absence-1 by Pranati Panda and oil-on-canvas work by Tapan Sprint are main points of interest.
A 3 acrylic-on-canvas works together with The Peace 2 by Manas Ranjan Jena, Golden Key by Nebidita Patnaik and Save Vitar Kanika IV are additionally on show.
Akhilesh, who conceived the exhibition, stated, “Odisha is a state with a wealthy cultural heritage. Their works are easy and sober and but fabulous. Lots of them have made their mark on the earth of artwork.”
Basis founder Govind Vishwas, secretary Poonam Jain stated, “All of us try to create a optimistic atmosphere via artwork. That is the sixth exhibition by the Basis.”
The exhibition additionally remembers artistes of the state who’ve promoted Odisha artwork and tradition. These artists are Basant Panda, Bimbadhara Baram, Gopal Kanungo, Gaurang Charan Shom, Muralidhar Tali, Bibhuti Bhushan Kanungo, Jadunath Supkar, Sharatchandra Deba, Anant Panda, Ajit Keshari Ray, Dinanath Pathi, Sheeba Panigrahi, Chandrasekhar Roy.