All the works will be displayed at the FremdeBlicke 53 exhibition by Indian artists to be held at Munich in Germany from July 13 to September 13, 2012.
A two-day preview exhibition of art works by six artists from coastal cities and towns of the country began at the Visakha Museum here on Tuesday.
The participating artists – Bhaskar Rao Botcha, Maruthi Paila, Prabhakar Mirthipati, Ravi Kattakuri, Srinivasa Rao Potelu and Sunayana Sarangi – displayed their works, numbering around 40 at the show. All the works will be displayed at the FremdeBlicke 53 exhibition by Indian artists to be held at Munich in Germany from July 13 to September 13, 2012.
Ms. Sunayana Sarangi, an NRI settled in Germany, will coordinate the event in that country on behalf of her fellow artists. Srinivasa Rao’s untitled works are on the theme of ‘preserving nature’. He uses palette knives and various hues to capture the ‘moods of nature’ on canvas. “Each of us will display seven of our works in Germany. FremdeBlicke, the Germany-based organisation, has been involved in the promotion of visual art through the organisation of exhibitions all over the world since 1983,” says Mr. Srinivasa Rao.
Mr. Maruthi’s works are abstracts in colour, which seem to follow a set pattern. Mr. Bhaskara Rao Botcha’s landscapes and Mr. Ravi Kattakuri’s tribal girl in all her finery were some of the other works on display. “I derive inspiration for my works from my feelings,” says Mr. Prabhakar. A colourful flower emerging from amidst the rocks is his way of depicting the struggles in life.