New Delhi: Totally inspired by the eyes, artist Dipak Kumar Ghosh has displayed a series of attractive portraits of renowned personalities which he has expressed on canvas using pencil and charcoal at IGNCA. The exhibition has been titled “Eyes Says It All” showcases the piercing eyes of eminent personalities like Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Vivekananda, Albert Einstein, Sri Ramakrishna, Mother Teresa, A.P.J Abdul Kalam and more.
“The exhibition was inaugurated by former President Pranab Mukherjee who was in all praise about the exhibition. “An artist should have a creative mind, they feast the mind of the living & that is their study. I wish Mr. Ghosh and associates a grand success for this exhibition,” Mukherjee said during the inauguration.
Dipak Kumar Ghosh said that “every stroke in work of art is important to the picture and the time and effort that I have invested in each and every portrait and sketch and painting of mine, they are so special to me,”
“Art and culture is the only way to bring in love, peace and unity in the World. Eyes are the best way to express non-verbal communication. Portraits of known personalities reminds of their vast contribution to the World, I congratulate Dipak for his fascinating works they are not only appealing but expressive too,” said Sandeep Marwah President Marwah Studios while inaugurating the exhibition as guest of honor.
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