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Oxford exhibits Somasundaran works

Kolkata, Sept 17 (IBNS): Kolkata art lovers on Sunday experienced a great day with the daylong exhibition of paintings titled Rendezvous with Nature by T.G Somasundaran at the Oxford Bookstore.

Paromita Banerjee, the famous fashion designer from Kolkata lit the inaugural lamps of the exhibition, followed by RJ Roopa from FM Rainbow who is also the daughter of the veteran artist.

Delighted art lover Paromita mentioned, "It is really a great honour to be here."

She said she is very fond of the works of the veteran artist, and knew his works from a very young age, as she used to go to school with her daughter.

Speaking to IBNS, the 56 years old Kolkata based artist Somasundaran said 'Rendezvous with Nature' is a result of his love for the Nature, his earthily art lovingness.

He said he does not like paintings with no emotions and so feels that abstract arts fail to relate itself to the hearts of the people.

He said, only geometrical shapes cannot be brought together on the canvass to make real art; it only would come from the nature, which sooth the eyes of the people.

He restarted painting after a long gap of 12 years after pushed by daughter Roopa.

According to the artist, painting comes from clear heart embraced by Nature and for this his works like sunset, clandestine lovers, nocturnal visits of angels, lady in waiting, escaping the ire of forbidden love, would definitely surprise the viewers.

To the visitors who came at the exhibition, the paintings displayed therein were the combination of colours, creativity, talent and essence of Nature.

(Reporting by Barshali Banerjee)



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