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Artist Shreekant Dubey has shared five paintings of Untitled series with www.lifeandmore.in where three of his artworks depict different forms of Coronavirus while two are the saviours as Corona Warriors. 16 in x 20 in/ Water colour and pen on paper If you too want to share your artwork with a wider audience across the world, […]Read More

Buy art, contribute to the cause of Covid-19

Team L&M To bridge the gap between society and allow art enthusiasts to fulfill their passion while helping those in need during these difficult times as also to provide a cushion of support to the victims of Covid-19, The Lexicon Art in association with Round Table India is organising an online art show – Art […]Read More

A celebration through the arts

Team L&M Beginning April 25, Serendipity Arts Festival is launching, SAF 2020 x You, a digital initiative, a new digital experience for all those who are braving the pandemic in quarantine and living in lockdown. Evenly spread across five-six days, it will be hosted on different social media platforms of the Festival and supported by […]Read More

Art on carpet

Saurabh Tankha To mark the breast cancer awareness month and raise awareness about the rising number of cases of breast cancer worldwide as well as garner funds to support treatment expenses of patients who need it the most, an exhibition with a limited edition collection of handwoven and tufted carpets in wool and silk will […]Read More

Art is in everything, everywhere

Saurabh Tankha Professionally, she is a business administrator and publicist. But her taste for colours and shapes led her to study graphic design which helped her improve and expand her taste for painting and plastic arts. Venezuelan artist Mili Montiel says she fell in love with colours upon her arrival in India with her husband, […]Read More

Triveni: A platform for creative artistic expression

Saurabh Tankha My first brush with Triveni (Kala Sangam) must have been in the late 70s or perhaps the early 80s — my maternal uncle had put up an exhibition of his batik works at Shridharani Gallery. A couple of visits happened thereafter during my college days with friends but only to grab a bite […]Read More

Mumbai gets its longest art mural

Around 3,000 Mumbaikars from all walks of life got together and participated in creating the longest art mural. This initiative was a part of Mumbai Metro One’s annual art festival, Majhi Metro, with a host of activities like painting, poetry and photography and lots of innovation to showcase the artist’s vibes and thoughts in interesting […]Read More