‘Rang Connection’ Art exhibition was organised by Sonu Vaidya and Deepa Dixit at Hutheesing art gallery from 8 July till 10 July.
An art exhibition about women supporting and promoting women offered them a chance to showcase their emotions through art.
With twenty participating women, the gallery showcased the basic emotions of women. A woman who is a homemaker, a student, a teacher, or an art enthusiast, everyone has something unique to their art. It gave the painting a personality, expressing and speaking their unspeakable emotions.
Deepa Dixit and Sonu Vaidya, the two masterminds of the exhibition, said about the theme when asked.” “We wanted to create a space where every form of women’s emotions is showcased, which wasn’t possible through a theme”. “You can see so many art forms in this exhibition!”
Every type of idea had conveyed through art, from traditional to abstract, from imaginary to drawn from a live scenery or picture.
Thoughts on the exhibition
“It is a dream becoming a reality, to provide a platform for women to canvas their ideas and thoughts through the form of art,” said Sonu Vaidya. Adding further, “I’ve always loved colours, and seeing so many colourful, powerful paintings in one space is wonderful.”
“We planned to give an open space to the women artists to flourish in their art. The most important part for us was not having any age limit for the participants. When so many artists came, it gave wings to our dream,” said Deepa Dixit.
The participants were enthraled with the exhibition idea and loved talking about their art.
“I left art years ago, then started painting only a few years ago. This is an excellent opportunity for me to show my ideas and exhibit my art for everyone to see.” said one of the artists.
The artists were from different areas, for example, students, homemakers, CA/CS professionals, artists, teachers and others. Women from age groups of 15 to 65 years demonstrated their art. The exhibition very keenly showcased a women’s way of self-expression.
The exhibition is open till 10 July, from 4 pm to 8 pm. Visit if you’re fond of colours and want to see something different from regular art galleries.