Friday, 22 February 2013

'Reflection-1' inaugurated - Source LT

One of the paintings displayed at the art exhibition. 
The 'Reflection-1' exhibition is nothing but display of our good works prepared in a year. Students need a platform to present their works which is provided by our college. This is my first exhibition and my work is getting good response.
—Sushmita Verma, 
class representative

First art exhibition
This is my first art exhibition. This is a special response. I have received some good inputs from the other classmates, judges and guests.
—Manoj Pathak 

'Reflection-1', the 4th annual art exhibition, organised by MGM College of Fine Arts was inaugurated by public prosecutor Adv Kewal Dongre, on Friday. 
"To organise such an expo in Aurangabad is a big achievement. I appreciate the efforts taken by the artists for painting a variety of pictures," Dongre said in his inaugural address. 
Around 171 artistic works including nature drawing, objective drawing, 2-D and 3-D designs, landscapes and print making are among the artwork on display. The exhibition has proved as a good platform for the budding artists. Hundreds of schoolchildren and college students visited the exhibition. 
A one-day workshop of renowned artists Vasudev Kamat will also be organised during the exhibition. Kamat will guide the students on landscape, portraits, steal life and other art forms. 
The main intention behind organising 'Reflection-1' is to encourage students. The works of students can be watched by their parents and lecturers, said Vijaya Paturkar, principal of Fine Arts College.

   

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