Mumbai on Canvas – Raj More paints for GoodHomes for Art

GoodHomes for Art was launched in 2012, with the idea of being an ‘art week’ in Mumbai with the aim of making art accessible i.e. bringing art out of galleries and into the homes of people. This year another vibrant festival has started from 25th November 2013 to 1st December 2013. Good Homes India Art Week brings together celebrated artists from across the city showcasing their most exciting artwork.

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Title-Call me, size-68”-68”inchs, Arcylic on canvas

During this art week several activities have been planned with renowned artist. And one such event will take place on 30th November where National Award Winning painter Raj More, also country’s most talented visual artist will be painting live and impromptu at the event. He will be making his creation with the use of knives along with paint brushes to recreate Mumbai on the canvas.

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Artist Raj More

Raj is going with Mumbai as his theme. He says it is his love for this multi-cultural city that makes it the ultimate destination in his various works.  His motivation comes from his involvement with the city and its circumstances, elements like vehicles, animals and other beauties in this city. These elements are a part of the urban space where he lives, reflects and paints. The city of Mumbai has kept him alive and inspired him with its fascinating sights and sounds and this is his tribute to the city.

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Title-Sarkar, size-68”-68”inchs, Arcylic on canvas

He will paint on a 7 feet by 20 feet large canvas.

See him painting canvas full of themes from our city, Mumbai. Join the live session on Saturday, 30th November, at 3:30 pm in Phoenix Market City, Kurla.

 

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