An exhibition of paintings, prints and sculptures -- ‘AU Revoir' -- of the final year students of the Department of Fine Arts was inaugurated by Andhra University Vice-Chancellor B. Satyanarayana on Friday.
The expo includes graphics, sculptures and paintings. There are 100 works on display that were done by 25 students. T. Jagadeeswara Rao's ‘Desire cycle' depicts a couple going on a bicycle even as a man resting under a tree looks at them with lust in his eyes.
The ‘wood cut' provides an insight into the creativity of the artist.
U. Laxmiprasad has chosen common subjects like a ‘juice vendor', ‘film shooting' and ‘fruits' and used his creativity to breathe life into his works. He uses the medium of oil on canvas.
J. Naresh Kumar has churned out ‘realistic' images through his paintings on the theme ‘village games' using the medium of acrylic on canvas.
K. Trinadh's sculpture ‘germination' portrays the fact that life begins from the seed. His ‘working women' and ‘my dream' were impressive.
N. Monica's oil and acrylic on canvas titled ‘my budha' depicts the transformation of the Buddha.
Head of the Department of Fine Arts Ravi Shankar Patnaik felt that art makes students more sensitive to their surroundings. It makes them explore, experiment and interpret the world in their own way. The expo will be on till May 10.
Keywords: Art exhibition