Pune : Jayant Bhimsen Joshi’s Solo Art Exhibition to Grace Vesavar Art Gallery

Pune : Jayant Bhimsen Joshi's Solo Art Exhibition to Grace Vesavar Art Gallery

Pune : Jayant Bhimsen Joshi's Solo Art Exhibition to Grace Vesavar Art Gallery

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In view from February 4 to 17 March, the solo art show will showcase the realms of abstraction, where emotions, colors, and forms converge to orchestrate a visual symphony by renowned artist Jayant Joshi, son of Pandit Bhimsen Joshi

Pune – The renowned art destination of Pune, Vesavar Art Gallery, has opened its new solo art exhibition ‘Of Skies & Friends’ by well-known artist, Jayant Bhimsen Joshi 

Highlighting the realms of abstraction, the exhibition features acrylic paintings capturing the canvas of the sky on the birth ceremony of his father, Bharat Ratna Pandit Bhimsen Joshi.

Known for his visual art of abstract paintings, Jayant Joshi has a deep commitment to his craft. He represents the intuition and the liberation found in embracing the unpredictable. In the dance between chaos and order, he relinquishes control and allows the canvas to breathe and speak to him in its own language.

The exhibition was inaugurated by Dr Atul Goel, Director, Goel Ganga Group and wife Amrita Atul Goel, Director, Maati.

At Vesavar Art Gallery, visitors can witness his collection of seven acrylic paintings on canvas of the sky showcasing the God of all who are naive, poker, statesman and fluid. The ones that have created consciousness in us. The exhibition also features the paintings of 20 faces mixed media on canvas.

According to the artist, the sky and familiar people are the main part of our worldly, practical and spiritual formation. “Only ignorance is stored in the mind. The one that does not cross, endless but economical, sometimes it unfolds many contexts, while often it is an abomination of spiritual support. And then the perceived illusion is painted on the canvases,” narrates Jayant Joshi.

The artistic journey of Jayant Joshi has been inspired by his parents, his father, renowned classical musician Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, and his mother Vatsala Bhimsen Joshi. He has extensively traveled around the world to capture the abstractions in Visual Arts as well as in Music. Imagining and contemplating the scale, depth and grandeur of nature.

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