A Brush with Spirituality

If Rubel Pasricha sees Buddha as the guiding light and his various forms as a means to reach the divine power,for Rosy Grover,nature is synonymous with spirituality.

Written by ShevetaBhatia | Published:October 10, 2011 12:24 am

If Rubel Pasricha sees Buddha as the guiding light and his various forms as a means to reach the divine power,for Rosy Grover,nature is synonymous with spirituality. At Trinity,a painting exhibition by three city-based women artists,it’s all a play of perspective. “Each one of us has tried to decipher spirituality in her own language,” says Neena Sehgal,who has painted snapshots of the village life — vibrant colours,innocence of women and their simple lifestyle. In Passion Personified,Sehgal has tried to highlight the peace that one experiences through music,while in The Dreams,she has painted Aladdin’s lamp which stands for fulfillment of all our hidden dreams. In her 12 paintings,Pasricha has brought forth various moods of Buddha and worked around different concepts of Buddhism,for example,the Lotus Sutra. Grover has focused entirely on nature — birds,flower,trees and scenic beauty. Though a little amateurish ,the exhibition comes across as a highly imaginative one.

The exhibition is on at the Government Art Gallery,Sector 10,till October 10

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