GUWAHATI, April 27: A seven-day solo art exhibition - Uttaran - by Indumoni Devi was held recently at Gallery Artists' Guild in Guwahati. The exhibition was iugurated by renowned artist Benu Mishra.
Former LCB College principal Gangapada Dev Choudhury, Artists' Guild Principal Tapan Bordoloi and Artists' Guild general secretary Kishore Kumar Das were also present at the iugural ceremony, along with teachers and staff of the Guild. Artist Indumoni Devi studied in Kartaka Chitrakala Parishath, College of Fine Arts, Bangalore.
This exhibition, according to her, is her first solo art exhibition. She exhibited 50 art works like portraits, landscapes, creative paintings etc., through which she wants to send some message. Themes of her works are women's activities, mother and child, change in life, searching for peace etc. She said that she painted portraits with detailing of skin texture.
Special guest Kishore Kumar Das said: "Every Artist has own style or language in his /her works. An artist's works are not only associated with the brush, colour and palete but also have their responsibilities to send a message through the painting to the society."
Benu Mishra appreciated the works and commented that she has so much of maturity on portraits with minute details, including skin textures which many artists often try to avoid. He wished her a bright future.