Inauguration of Painting Exhibition at 8th Global Literary Festival Noida

Exhibition of Paintings Inaugurated at 8th Global Literary Festival 2022

Noida: Paintings are a form of visual art that captures the expression of ideas and emotions on a two-dimensional surface. Artists use the elements of shape, colors, line, tones, and textures in unique ways to produce paintings that convey sensations of movement, volume, space, and light – traditionally on a flat surface,” expressed Sandeep Marwah at the inauguration of Painting exhibition at 8th Global Literary Festival Noida 2022.

The exhibition was  inaugurated by HE Moe Kyaw Aung Ambassador of Myanmar to India, Gen. J. J. Singh Former Governor of Arunachal Pradesh and Author, Prem Janmejai Veteran Author,  Acharya Lokesh Muni Founder President of Ahimsa Vishva Bharti, Dr. Heera Lal IAS Additional Mission Director-National Health Mission and Ermia Raaescu Educationist from Romania. Everyone expressed their views on the large number of paintings displayed for three days at the festival.

It was the vast collection of paintings by Marwah Studios of various senior and new artists from all over India and abroad including a collection of paintings by Arti Makkar Bandlish who was present there to explain her work of Art. The exhibition was appreciated by one and all.

The melodies sound of piano was the back ground  music of the exhibition by Ashwin Singh adding to the creative ambience. The event was designed by Asian Academy of Arts and supported by International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry.

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