National Level Art Exhibition | All India Annual Art Exhibition | Art Exhibition of Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Art & Craft
National Level Art Exhibition for Artists and Art Lovers
‘art N art’ Exhibition as the name specifies deals in art promotion. The Art Exhibition on National Level has a great importance in the book of artists. It is an All India Art Exhibition, encouraging new and old artists to show their skills. The Art exhibition at National level promotes Painting, Sculpture, Drawing, Graphics, Photography, Group show and Art & Crafts.
‘art N art’ Exhibition, all India Art Exhibition, was organised by Nav Shri Art & Culture Organisation. Nav Shri Art & Culture Organisation a well-known brand promoting painting, sculpture, drawing, graphics, photography, group show and art & crafts. Many all India art exhibitions are organised and maintained by Nav Shri Art & Culture to promote the essence of art which survives in the heart of human beings.
Nav Shri Art & Culture Organisation is responsible for thousands of successful painting exhibitions. The all India painting exhibition was one of the great success in the history of Nav Shri Art & Culture Organisation. The new and old artists came out with a new concept of painting. The all India painting exhibition was a source of strength for the dead soul of art inside the artists. It was not just a painting competition but it evolved the sense of imagination at higher note with exclusive awards, cash prize and much more.
‘art N art’ is a powerful rostrum which offers artist an opportunity for the artists to furnish themselves. The main motive of this huge all India art exhibition was to encourage the imagination of artists and to provide a path way for them to excel in the field of art. This nation level art exhibition provided an opportunity for its participants to create contacts and links with celebrities and other important people to go ahead in their career. It provides a better platform to exhibit their art in any form. Artists from all over India participated with great ebullience and zest.
The art exhibition on national level was covered by both press and media. It was published by many known magazines and newspapers. Many news channels spoke about the great success of the all India art exhibition.
The all India painting exhibition was inaugurated by Mr. Bharat and Reshma (Famous Fashion Designer) and Mr. Devaa Prasana (Film Maker & Creative Head in PTC Punjabi). There were total forty participants in all over India.
The most interesting part of this painting exhibition is that, the catalogue consists on name and contact details of the artist so that the art lovers can directly connect to the artist for the purchase of paintings. The main motive of Nav Shri Art & Culture Organisation is to promote the artists and help then in creating links with art lovers for their better future. This is very unique point of All India Painting competition organized by Nav Shri Art & Culture Organisation. There are number of such platforms but none is providing the opportunity for the young artist to grow with flame of success. The catalogues are distributed among large base of art lovers which not just encourages the purchase of the paintings in the period of exhibition but all around the year. The art lovers directly get connected to the artist for the painting of their interest. This is a new beginning for the bubbled career of artists of our country.
The first prize was awarded to Mr R Jayanth Kumar from Thriuvankolam, Kerela for his unique paining describing the the other face of human nature. The painting was driving the truth which was never seen before. Winner of the All India painting competition received a cash prize of Rs. 21000/-, a trophy, certificate and a gift hamper.
The second prize was awarded to Mr Prasanta Deb Singha from Bongaigoan, Assam for bringing out the pain of trees through its wonderful colours on the canvas. For this marvellous creation in All India painting competition he was awarded with a cash price of Rs.11000/-, a trophy, certificate and a gift hamper.
The third prize was given to Mr N.P. Pandey from Firozabad, Utter Pradesh for his abstract work. Mr Pandey created a dynamic description of god in only two colours. He received a cash prize of Rs 5100/- along with a trophy, certificate and a gift hamper in All India painting competition.
There were three consolation prizes too for the 4th, 5th and 6th runner ups, which included a certificate and gift, hamper. These prizes not only benefit the artist but help to boost their enthusiasm to invest their time for their passion.
The all India painting exhibition ended with wonderful response of media and judges. All the participants were introduced to the judges for link creation. The art exhibition on national level was a great walk for the colours of promotes painting, sculpture, drawing, graphics, photography, group show and art & crafts.