On 28 February, 11am the exhibition was inaugurated by Chief guest Mr. Rajiv Mishra, Director, Directorate of Art, Maharashtra along with other honourable guests as
Chitrakar Sadashiv Kulkarni, Mr. Kumar Khaire, Mr, Chandrashekhar Pusalkar, Mr. Sudhir Pandey, Mr. Rajesh Puri, Ms. Seema Bakliwal, Mr. Akhil Mishra, Ms. Suzanne Bernert, Mr. Sanjay Sardana, Mr. Ravi Sinha, Ms. Sanober Pardiwala, Ms. Rekha Sunil.
Mr. Senthil Vel, Founder and CEO of International Indian Folk Art Gallery, Australia welcomed the guests and the artists, honoured them with shawl and traditional gifts .
Mr. Rajiv Mishra, Director, Directorate of Art, Government of Maharashtra addressed the audience and stressed the need to protect the traditional Indian Folk Artists and our rich culture of Indian Folk Art. Visitors had a tour of the exhibition, appreciated and recognized the artists who had travelled from different parts of India
International Indian Folk Art Gallery, have curated over 100 selective artifacts from all over the world of young children aged from 6 to 18, along with amateur and professional artist. This exhibition includes a large collection of Tanjore paintings along with Pichwai, Pattachitra, Kerala Mural, Saura, Madhubani, Gond, Mysore, Cheriyal, Kalighat, Patua, Mata Ne Pachedi, Palm Leaf Engraving and Kalamkari Paintings.
Since the opening ceremony, the exhibition has received huge warm response from people of different age groups.
Students, children, ladies are actively joining the live workshops on Pichwai from Rajasthan and Pattachitra paintings from Odisha.
An excellent opportunity for everyone to admire the display of our traditional folk art and the artist
For more details,
International Indian Folk Art Gallery
Australia (Founder and CEO)
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