Various human expressions portrayed by a group of women artists are expected to catch the eyeballs of art lovers in the city. The exhibition, Vinyasa-2, which opens for visitors at Epicentre on Friday, will showcase the talent of 11 artists, who have proved their mettle with strokes of colours using various mediums such as water, acrylic, soft pastels, and posters.
‘Vinyasa’ means expression and here one would get a chance to witness different expressions. According to the participants, the exhibition is an effort to prove that women, without the support of men, are competent enough to handle all the expressions.
“It is a proud moment for all of us as we can manage things independently and we do not need male support to carry out such projects and decisions,” said Alka Mahajan, who has carved different moods of Lord Ganesha.
“This exhibition would be the mirror of females’ feelings and it would actually be a visual treat for art lovers,” she added.
Another participant B Jayalakshmi said, “It was a wonderful feeling working with all females. We are working on this project for the last six months and this exhibition is an effort to put forth our emotions and how we see the world.”
According to Jitender Jain, curator of the exhibition, the event will provide a platform to the upcoming artists.