Exhibition of Indian artist’s paintings
A combination of traditional craftsmanship and modern styles in art fine is presented in Astana. The Kazakh capital is hosting a solo exhibition of Indian artist Ram Viranjana. The unique exhibition includes 27 paintings, ten of which were painted in Kazakhstan. The author depicted natural beauty of the local landscapes and portraits of local women. The artist dedicated the exhibition to the 20th anniversary of Astana.
RAM VIRANJANA, INDIAN ARTIST:
- Astana is a beautiful city and very young city I can say. Astana is celebrating its 20 years. Recently you know I have been invited by culture department of Astana. I painted 2-3 paintings. I like the city.
According to the art critics, the artist's works are peculiar with their philosophical fullness, life-affirming mood and Indian motifs. All works are performed with one of complex techniques, specifically, watercolors.
NATALYA LIGAI, MEMBER, UNION OF ARTISTS OF KAZAKHSTAN:
- He has painted a lot. If you look at these paintings, you see that mostly they depict Kazakhstan. For example, he depicted the nature of Pavlodar. He painted the images of India, too. He painted Indian villages and gardens as well as the images of Indian women and men. He also portrayed Slavic and Ukrainian women.