METAMORPHOSIS Seventh Art Show Organized by LUNA ARTS

A contemporary group art exhibition of paintings, sculptures & installations at Stainless Gallery, New Friends Colony, New Delhi. Dated On 26 to 30, April 2023

It’s great to see initiatives like LUNA ARTS promoting and supporting emerging artists in India. The seventh art show, METAMORPHOSIS, is a testament to their commitment to providing a platform for talented artists to showcase their work to a larger audience. The exhibition features a diverse range of artworks, including paintings, sculptures, and installations. It is commendable to see the participation of 69 artists from different states of India, highlighting the rich cultural diversity and artistic talent that exists in the country. It was founded by an artist & entrepreneur Smita and her brother Tushar in December 2019. The motto behind the establishment of this art venture is to provide an excellent fair platform for emerging yet very  talented artists of India. The inauguration of the exhibition by eminent personalities from various fields, including Major General Anukul Chandra AVSM (Retd.), Shri Naveen Kumar Jaggi (Eminent Lawyer- Supreme Court of India), Paramjeet Singh (Ex Chairman- IFACS), Shri Jiten Hazarika (Eminent artist), Shri Ajay Samir (Eminent Artist) and Shri Partho Sengupta (Creative Head-Times of India) further adds to its credibility and importance. 

The Participating Artists :  

Pooja Muthuraj, Radhika Pathak, Shivangi Srivastava, Kritika Anand Mukul, Jyoti Singh, Shashi Kala, Himanshi Choudhary, Juee Oberoi, Shikha Baheti, Tanya Rana, Hemant Raj, Abhishek Chatterjee, Sayantan Kundu, Surendra Kumar, Deziree  Makan, Vishruti Ranpura, Milan Jain, Tanisha Ahuja,  Dr. Shruti Salvan, Deepali Grover, Seema Thakur, Vasudha Arora, Shikha Sheoran, Priyanka Blowria, Kavita Vyas, Nikita Bhoi, Sourav Dash, Himani Pasricha,  Ammara Sheikh, Mohammad Faizan, Pratibha Singh, Ayesha Dutt, Sita Rattan, Rutika Deshpande, Wasik Sheikh, Rekha Gupta, Swati Garg, Anuttama Chakraborty, Devika Pal, Radhika Ahuja, Anjana Singh, Nooreen Fatma, Sujata Khanolkar, Samieraa Yusuf, Sajal Srivastava, Seema Kaushik, Pavani Nagpal, Tanishq Pratap Singh, Sara Singhal, Ravi Jha, Bandhna  Arora Banga, Shreela Gokarn, Shefali Khanna, Paritosh Bankoti, Mona Singh, Manushalini Nandwani, Upma Arora, Suvro P. Basu, Gunjan Gupta Sharma, Shweta Gupta, Shweta Patel, Ashoo Malik, Palas Biswas, Gouri Seth, Jyotsna Sharma, Tushar Kumar, Arbaz Khan, Naila Praveen, Mahima Saraswat who have showcased their unique perspectives and creative expressions through their artworks.


Solo Art Exhibition Organized by Yuvraj Patil

Solo art exhibition titled Shade and Light… is being organized by artist Yuvraj Patil at convention foyer India Habitat Center Lodhi Road, Delhi from 8th to 12th April, on this occasion  artist told that I studied in Kolhapur Maharashtra. The pictures I have  made are about life. Those I have seen, as monks, young girl sitting on a window ledge, horses returning home in the evening, and many other religious and social subjects, using charcoal, pencil, in addition to black and white  lines, shadows and shapes are engraved on canvas with red color effect, my art exhibition has been done in different states of the country, more than 20 artworks are being displayed in the exhibition.

Art Exhibition titled Epitome of Aastha Organized by artist Paramesh Paul

Artist Paramesh Paul’s 14th solo art exhibition titled Epitome of Aastha is being organized at Hirji Jehangir Art Gallery Mumbai inaugurated by Ajoykant Ruia, Mithu Basu, Mr.Sanjay Ji and Ratan Saha, ramji Sharma, On this occasion, artist Paramesh Paul told that I live in Mumbai, I am in this career for 30 years, I have done painting on Cityscape, Landscape, Holiscape and Mythology. Recently working on Banaras series. Nandi and Shiva are reflected in the painting, some of my paintings are based on “Bahurupi”, as gods and goddesses like Shiva, Ganesha, Parvati, etc. I grew up making goddess idols in clay and terracotta in West Bengal. His inspiration comes from the temples and dhamas located in the Nadia district of West Bengal where he spent his entire childhood.
Paramesh Paul’s paintings are a divine amalgamation of faith, religion, peace, and city scenes. After devoting a decade to ISKCON temples, his passion grew strong.


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“The Flight of the Girl Child” – By Artist Nayanaa Kanodia.


The message is that girls should be given all the values and encouragement which is given to boys.It is sad to say that even today we face the mindset and gender discrimination which so many societies across the world and especially in India, struggle with. The painting at the back is Picasso I will,s where he shows how freely a girl is and displaying her freedom to be able to live the life she wants without having to face deep rooted stereotypes of breaking the glass ceiling. Given the right education and social values ,each and every girl and later woman has within herself the capacity and capability of commanding and establishing her rightful place and importance in society.

“The Art of India 2023”

An initiative by Times of India


Dated on : 7th to 13th April, 2023


Venue : Bikaner house, New Delhi.