A Mix Media Exhibition of European & African Art

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NewZNew (Chandigarh – Kulbir Singh Kalsi) : The Southfields Gallery, London which is just a 5 minutes drive from the World famous Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club, announced an exciting & collaborative project in India – A Mix Media Exhibition of European & African Art at the prestigious Sobha Singh Art Gallery, Punjab Kala Bhawan, Sec 16, Chandigarh.

The exhibition will be on from 21st till 24th January 2015. Details of the exhibition were announced at a media meet held in Chandigarh today.
The showcase will involve about 56 works of visual art created by established contemporary European and African artists. Said Mr. Kuldip S. Rihal, Gallerist, The Southfields Gallery, London, “This exhibition has been put together painstakingly for over a year and very unique paintings, sculptures & ceramics of ten talented visual artists will be showcased.”

Three Artists from London Ms. Rosie Casselldon, Ms. Larisa Connnor and Ms. Violet also shared their stye of art with journalists at the press meet. Said Rosie, “My art works are based on Acrylics and there is a lot of addition of fabric, stones etc to the works. I will also be conducting a practical demonstration of the style of painting followed by me at the exhibition. I plan to make the session very interactive with visitors who will be interested to take to the canvas.”

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Ms. Violet is a Technical Artist who specializes in Model & Sculptor making for Film and TV said, “I am quite enthused with the exhibition and have brought materials like Polymer Clay etc from the UK and I also plan to hold live sculpting and model making sessions.”

Another Artist Ms. Larisa Connor explained her works, “I experiment a lot with colours and my paintings have an element of surrealism and are abstract. The works depict a lot of emotion and passion for life.

The exhibition is unique as at the core of it will be educational art workshops, with visiting European artists working with the local community in Chandigarh. Before the Chandigarh exhibition Southfields Gallery has successfully held workshops in Delhi with schools. This exhibition will offer the opportunity to enjoy the diversity of the arts across our continents.

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