Naren Pawar – a rising artist with a degree from the J J School of Arts put up his first solo exhibition in Mumbai. State Industries Minister Ashok Chavan inaugurated the event that exhibits Naren’s glimpse of two worlds. You don’t have to be an artist to acknowledge the extra ordinary ability of the artist who has crafted the paintings that you see. Born in a very small village in Marathwada, Naren’s journey to this exhibition is nothing less than an inspiration. Naren considers himself fortunate to have realized what gives him utmost relatively early in life. The artists’ first exhibition titled “A Glimpse of Two Worlds” was inaugurated at the hands of State Industries Minister Ashok Chavan and Health Minister Vimaltai Mundada who were all praises about Naren’s work. The exhibition presents two series of his paintings – an endless search and Ladakh. Inspite of the apparent disjunction both the themes are connected at a very deep level – as both represent the artist’s inner experiences. Speaking to NMTV News, the artist shared that the paintings on Ladakh were in Ladakh – the beauty of the place captivated his mind so much that he wants his paintings to inspire people to visit Ladakh. Ask him about the paintings on women and this is what he has to say. If you want to see the magic of how brushes and paints can be used as tools to bring out images of an artist’s inner world on canvas – this exhibition is a must visit.
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