[AI] Artworks at Tactile painting exhibition

Prerna Sobti prerna.sobti at gmail.com
Sat Jun 8 09:45:40 EDT 2019


Hi


Great initiative and a great job done! My sister in law has an art foundation and would like to see your work and the work of the other artists I have already shared this email with her!
To share your work and the work of other artists and connect with her to get your work exhibited on their website and otherwise if interested let me know will share her contact details with you personally
Good luck waiting for your responds
Best

Prerna Sobti 

> On 08-Jun-2019, at 1:27 PM, Aishwarya Pillai <aishwarya3711 at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> it's a pleasure to share that Institute for Vision Rehabilitation, LV
> Prasad Eye Institute was able to organize a Tactile
> painting exhibition on 4th June, 2019 at its premises.  The exhibit
> had 16 artists with
> vision loss displaying their artworks.  They had created their
> paintings in last month during two workshops, the first one was all
> about learning to use colors, various tactile material and execution
> on canvas.  During the second one, they got to create their paintings
> after coming up with interesting themes and ideas.  I was so anxious
> how all this will turn out, but I am so glad the exhibition was a
> grand success.  There were over 130 visitors, both sighted and
> visually impaired who enjoyed the artworks. Local media came down to
> cover the event. I am happy that this event was able to spread
> awareness among the community about the abilities of visually impaired.
> 
> I am sharing the description and Dropbox links to images of each
> painting  below.
> 
> 1.      The night beauty
> Painting by: Chetna Punjabi
> Despite the darkness in the night, the beauty of the swan on the lake
> fills the air with splendor. The lotus exudes its fragrance adding to
> the existing magic. Collectively, both elements in this painting
> convey that nature’s beauty can exist even in darkest moments.
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/l463jz10o1htgwg/The%20night%20beauty.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 2.      A sunny day
> Painting by: Namira Samrin
> The bright sun from the sky radiates its heat to the whole world as it
> inspires all creation to be cheerful and positive.  This painting
> portrays the trees and the house beneath the sun enjoying its radiance
> on a perfect sunny day!
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/lgvyf9oe2nwpydw/A%20sunny%20day.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 3.      Wonder flower
> Painting by: Syed Abbu Bakar
> Cheery and happy flower, always following the sun, turning its back to
> darkness, standing proud, tall and strong even with its head full of
> seeds. Is there a better flower than this one? This painting is
> simple, yet it aptly describes the wonder flower, the sunflower!
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/oy6377nr9z1l5kq/Wonder%20flower.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 4.      The full moon night
> Painting by: P. Abhilash
> Decorating the night sky, the full moon stands in its fullest glory.
> As it casts its silver light upon the sleeping world, only a few
> appreciate its beauty. This painting represents the loyal
> companionship between the full moon and night.
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/bfdk3mses9cnj9h/The%20full%20moon%20night.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 5.      Bloom room
> Painting by: P. Sai Prashanth
> A cluster of blooming flowers in red and yellow expresses grandeur and
> positivity. Although in no particular arrangement, they reflect
> absolute richness in an orange background.   This painting simply
> depicts moments of celebration!
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/vcw9l60xwjlua5z/Bloom%20room.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 6.      Red velvet
> Painting by T. Sridevi
> Their sweet smell fills the room, their red color, a visual treat.
> These elegant flowers with their velvety texture are ready and waiting
> to be touched. This painting depicts how a basket of flowers
> invigorates one’s senses.
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/3rle38e230x3o3v/Red%20velvet.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 7.      Sailing home
> Painting by: Sunil Rathod
> As dusk takes over, the birds of the air return to their nest.
> Similarly, a boat sails back to a shore, finally returning home after
> its long voyage.  This painting is a reminder to those who are away
> that their home awaits them no matter where they are.
> Dropbbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/vtk4439iibtuxk5/Sailing%20home.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 8.      Majestic evening
> Painting by: K. Sai Kiran
> Blazed with beautiful sunset, every evening adorns the west with a
> crown of red and orange. It welcomes the dusk like a good old friend
> as a perfect end to a long day.  Gleaming in its glory, this painting
> depicts a majestic evening!
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/fxoo4bksrfcgz8y/Majestic%20evening.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 9.      Are you there?
> Painting by KKD. Pavan Kumar
> , The rising sun, the silent waters, the chirping bird, the majestic
> mountains and refreshing greenery, what more can be asked for
> rejuvenating oneself! However, the empty swing in this painting
> represents that mankind is too busy with affairs of life, that it
> rarely has time to spend time in nature.
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/0fmjeyqrymbmyhd/Are%20you%20there.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 10.     Joyful jump
> Painting by: P. Shiva Reddy
> Back and forth they go, reflecting hues of orange and yellow.  In
> their little pond they dance and make merry, wonder what’s their
> secret of happiness! This cute painting certainly brings smile to many
> faces as the two gold fishes jump with joy.
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/c6eqp29sd50p89a/Joyful%20jump.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 11.     Happy flowers
> Painting by: B. Madhav Kumar
> Buds blossom to flowers, some passionate red and some loyal blue.
> They beautify our homes, transferring their optimistic energy around.
> Spreading happiness in abundance, this painting will certainly cheer
> up many!
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/mgfpxm5npmnwiqj/Happy%20flowers.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 12.     Hillside secret
> Painting by: G. Akhilesh
> The crescent moon sneaks into the sky as silence takes over.  It casts
> its light upon the dry groves on a hillside. This semi modern art,
> surely mesmerizes one to its hidden secrets.
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/wxdc4sutjro55gj/Hillside%20secret.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 13.     You and I
> Painting by: S. Pallavi
> From garden to garden a butterfly wanders in search of a sweet flower.
> It flutters its wings as it takes flight and its joy has no bounds
> when it finally finds one. This painting expresses a butterfly’s
> delight upon finding its colorful companion.
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/257rodqe3at3ke7/You%20and%20I.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 14.     Flying high
> Painting by: A. Shravani
> Through clouds and skies, it flies.  Its vibrant colors catches
> attention of many eyes.  This painting is a representation of one’s
> goals through a hot air balloon that flies high!
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/8y4o28o38uhmqxn/Flying%20high.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 15.     I see hope
> Painting by: A. Mounika
> The empty well and an abandoned bucket represent drought stricken
> land.  Yet, surviving such harshest of times, the few leaves indicate
> that there is hope even in hopeless situations.  Depicting a simple
> landscape, this painting encourages one to keep holding on to their
> hope even in despair.
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/x8o36a3j7zyklrg/I%20see%20hope.JPG?dl=0
> 
> 16.     A beach house
> Painting by: Y. Rama Krishna
> The smell of the sand, the sound of the sea, the cold breeze of
> coastal trees reminds one of a beach. It’s an added fun when all this
> is experienced while staying in a beach house on a long vacation.
> This painting certainly reminds one of memorable moments at a
> beautiful sea coast.
> Dropbox link:
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/7xc99zm1eni6j0e/A%20beach%20house.JPG?dl=0
> 
> It would be interesting to know what you all think of the artwork.  I
> We are planning to conduct more workshops and exhibitions in future too.
> Hopefully many others will be interested to participate in them.
> 
> With regards,
> Aishwarya.
> 
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