Panaji ; Aug 21, 2014 …. The “Chitrankan’’ – Contemporary Painters Camp has got huge response from the budding artist from Goa which was organized at Sanskruti Bhavan, Patto, Panaji recently.
The camp was organized by the Department of Art and Culture in association with West Zone Cultural Centre, Udaipur. Shri Raja Khedekar, Vice Chairman, Kala Academy inaugurated the Camp. Addressing the Camp Shri Khedekar stressed on Art of Painting and said, it is who the Artist completes the things which the nature has left incomplete. The Artist with his paint and brush express all his thoughts in form of beautiful paintings he added.
Artist from different parts of India are participated in the camp in order to create interest in creative paintings and show the new style and techniques of painting for the camp which will open up to August 25, 2014.
The artists are Dr. Seema Devi Puducherry, Ms. Shubha Agrahar – Allahabad, Shri Ranjan Roy – Patna, Bihar, Shri Subha Basu – Kolkata, Ms. Sonal Varshneya – Sant Nagar, Ms. Dimple Chandat – Udaipur, Shri Gauri Shankar Jangid – Jaipur, Shri Ganpat N. Bhadke – Maharashtra, Shri Giriraj Kadia – Ahmadabad, Shri Ashwani Kumar Verma – Hoshiarpur, Shri Subhash Shorey – Chandigarh, Shri Rohit Bhosle – Goa and Shri Diptej D.S. Vernekar – Goa.
Director of Art and Culture Shri Prasad Lolayekar welcomed the artists and said the Department will provide all the support to artists. Programme Officer of West Zone Shri Hemant Mehta expressed his views. Deputy Director Shri Ashok Parab proposed vote of thanks.