Kathmandu, 27 December, 2017: International Group Art Exhibition, conducted by B.M. Fine Arts and Arpital Kala Mandir from 21 December to 25 December in Kathmandu has come to a successful end. This five-day art exhibition held in the capital featured paintings from Nepal, India and Bangladesh.
Altogether twenty-six paintings from the artists were displayed at the Mithila Yain Art Gallery in Thamel. Twenty-three artists adorned the art gallery-fourteen from Nepal, eight from India and one from Bangladesh.
The exhibit named ‘Colours of Winter’ was inaugurated by senior artist and member of the council of the Nepal Academy of Fine Arts Sushma Rajyabhandari. Nepali artist Shyam Sundar Yadav and Bangladeshi artist Sharmin Polli were the guest artist of this program.
Fourteen child artists from India were given an opportunity to display their paintings in the exhibition. The organizers of the event informed that the money collected from the sale of these paintings will be donated to charity.
On the last day of the exhibition, the artists conversed about the themes and styles of their respective paintings.