- Posted December 8, 2012 by
WALL OF DIVINE FLOWERS
12-12-12-at 12 Hrs
Date - Month - Year - Time
12000 ORIGINAL PAINTINGS
ONE THEME/ONE SIZE/ONE MEDIUM
Art exhibition ‘WALL OF DIVINE FLOWERS’ on 12-12-12
Smile Foundation presents a solo exhibition of Divine Flowers by noted artist Baljit Chadha. The solo exhibition, titled ‘WALL OF DIVINE FLOWERS’ will comprise over 12000paintings (creating a world record) and celebrates the ‘inner spirit and awakening’ in all its myriad hues. The exhibition showcases a new body of work by this talented artist from his series of Divine Flowers. The works will be displayed at Zorba MG Road, New Delhi from 12-12-12 and closes on 13 December 2012. He has created a new technique called (Float on Colors)for all these paintings.
Baljit Chadha has painted 12,000 different flowers on paper. The flowers are not mere replicas of the real flowers, but are peppered with the artist imagination and have been painted on the same size and quality of paper using mixed media including acrylic, oil paints, water colors etc.
‘I would like to showcase this unique exhibition and share this wonderful journey in an equally unique manner. Flowers not only signify an aesthetic beauty, but are also indicators of the environment and climate change. The idea is to generate awareness and showcase commitment to the cause. I am thank full to Smile Foundation for giving me this opportunity ’ says Baljit Chadha.
Baljit Chadha has participated in several exhibitions both in India and abroad. This exhibition will showcase his skilful execution, technique, adept brush strokes, and the vibrant use of colours. His fluid strokes immediately elicit a dialogue with the viewer because of their appeal on the visual statement and the underlying mystique of tradition and symbolism embodied in the treatment of his subjects.
Smile Foundation is a respected and trusted NGO across India working for the development of underprivileged society by the ways of education, employability, training for youth, women empowerment and primary health care. Smile Foundation reach out to more than 200000 children and youth across 24 states of India through more than 162 developmental projects. http://smilefoundationindia.org/
Proceed from sale of the exhibition will go to Smile Foundation for Girl Child Education.