23 August 2023 /
UTSAV- A CELEBRATION OF ART
An exhibition of Hand Painted Postcards & an art show of Paintings, photography & Sculptures
UTSAV- A CELEBRATION OF ART, showcases the richness and diversity of various art forms of Sculptures, Photography and Paintings at India Habitat Centre, Open Palm Court, New Delhi from 27 August 2023 till 31 August 2023 (11 AM – 7 PM).
“UTSAV- A CELEBRATION OF ART, actually Art in itself is a celebration which brings immense pleasure and joy, releases tensions, helps in healing through meditation and thus brings people together with a confluence of colourful moods and spreads happiness in the surrounding atmosphere. Here in UTSAV -3 artists have gathered from Karnataka to Kerala and Kolkata, Maharashtra to Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, thus representing a rainbow of colours. This Showcase is an opportunity for all Art enthusiasts to come together and appreciate the richness and diversity of various forms of art, such as Sculptures, Photography and Paintings,” says the curator of the show.
The ‘Utsav Group’ provides a vivid platform for artists and makes every event unique and exciting. UTSAV-3 is the third show in the Capital City and it truly instills the memories and emotions in a unique and beautiful way.
“The old times were filled with charm and emotion when we used to send messages via post. We would eagerly wait for the postman to come and deliver our postcards with anticipation and joy. Nowadays, in this era of the internet, we miss that charm and emotion that came with the postcard. This event is a great attempt to recreate the feelings of the good old days.
Hand-painted postcards give a personal touch to the message being sent (however we will get all the postcards framed). It allows us to send a heartfelt message to our loved ones by adding a personal touch to it. It is a way to make sure that the messages still reach their destination in a unique and beautiful way. These hand painted postcards are truly a great way to make sure that these old-time memories never fade away,” the curator reminds all the sweet memories.