Landscape paintings feature natural beauty

Cultural Correspondent | Published: 22:37, Mar 19,2017

 
 

Visitors look at displayed paintings at Cosmos Gallery.

Young artists have depicted nature in landscape paintings displayed at a group show underway at Gallery Cosmos in the
capital.
The five-day exhibition - showcasing 50 works by 30 artists - was inaugurated by veteran artist Samarjit Roy Chowdhury on Friday.
Vermilion, a platform for young artists, has organised the event titled ‘Nature and Artist’.
Most of the art works on display portray nature in diverse mediums.
Rajib Ehsan’s two watercolour paintings Beautiful Bangladesh 1 and 2 depict natural elements like trees and rivers in a rural setting.
Kopil Roy has illustrated the scenic beauty of rural Bangladesh in his watercolour works Landscape 1 and 2.
Sagor Biswas and Shibly Hawladar have also chosen nature as subject matter for their works done in watercolour.
In his untitled watercolour painting Artist Acharji Ashish has depicted a baul, Radha and Krishna in a colourful composition.
Fauzia Shabnam’s acrylic painting Freedom, which shows a girl dancing, is an eye-catching piece.
Ayesha Akhter has painted a girl on a swing in her acrylic on canvas also titled Freedom.
Ankan Paul’s Ruin of Panam City, an acrylic work, depicts in detail the remnants of once flourishing Panam Nagar in Narayanganj.
Rafiul Islam’s charcoal painting titled ‘Oneness’ shows a couple in an intimate embrace.
Artist Ankan Paul’s An Old Man shows an old man sitting with a teacup in his hand.
The show will remain open till March 21.

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