Pacing with her passion for music, arts and spirituality, Chandigarh-based media professional Asha Arpit exhibited 35 pictures as a part of her solo photography exhibition series, Aesthetics Green.
Titled as Colours of Nature 2, the intention behind the exhibition was to make people aware about the importance of environment and to encourage them to plant trees. The exhibition, which ended on Monday, was organised at Beant Singh Memorial, Centre for Performing and Visual Arts, Chandigarh.
The exhibition was organised as a part of her ‘Save environment: Transforming India through senstisation of mind stuff ’ campaign. The pictures displayed were clicked during the research of this movement. With over 20 years of experience in journalism, Asha is more of an artist and spiritual seeker.
Conversing about the concept of exhibition, the 46-year-old said, “I love the greenery around. However, nowadays, people are cutting trees for more space. Apart from this, there are many other factors leading to global warming and this has resulted in the change of human behaviour.” She further added that the declining greener cover will affect the meditation process in future.
In addition, she will soon unveil her coffee table book in Hindi and Punjabi titled as Pedh Kyu Lagye Jaye. Asha has displayed her paintings in different places including Kurukshetra and Kulu. She now intends to display her photography exhibition in Jalandhar and Gurgaon.