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AAI organises art exhibition 'Prerna-3'

The art exhibition 'Prerna-3' will be showcasing the artwork prepared by 21 artists who participated in an art camp organised by Kalyanmayee in July
New Delhi: Kalyanmayee, (AAIWWA) - Airports Authority of India`s Women Welfare Association in association with AAIAF (AAI Artist Forum), FIPA (Forum of Indian Photographers and Artists) and Indian Aviation Academy (IAA) is organising an Art Exhibition Prerna-3. The event was inaugurated on November 29 with the traditional lighting of the sacred lamp amidst the artists and guests by AAI's Regional Executive Director (Northern Region) MNN Rao in presence of IAA's Executive Director (Training) EP Hareendranathan, Vice Presidents and other senior members of Kalyanmayee. The exhibition will be showcasing the artwork prepared by 21 artists (Amateurs and Professional) who participated in an Art Camp organised by Kalyanmayee in the month of July. Renowned artists Jatin Das and Dilip Sharma were the guests of honour for the evening They were visibly overwhelmed beyond measure to see the creativity and talent of the artists. It was an evening spun around the theme “FREEDOM” where the artists kept one and all spellbound with their artwork done with great poise and grace. The exhibition is a unique culmination of months of planning. The highlight of the program was the “Hands on Canvas” by the renowned artists Jatin Das and Dilip Sharma where they painted their own soul into the picture. The artistic works of these artists will be put up on display for art enthusiasts and general visitors till December 13. Disclaimer: This story is a press release and is being published without any editing by PSU Watch desk. Our editorial team has only changed the headline.