All art forms lift you up: Paresh Maity in front of jugalbandi musical art
New Delhi, January 15 (SocialNews.XYZ) Any form of art can elevate you to a different level, and cross-collaborations are important for finding artistic inspiration, says Paresh Maity, 2014 Padma Shri recipient and one of India’s most popular artists.
Maity is expected to participate in “Strokes and Strings”, an artistic jugalbandi where he will live painting inspired by the soul music of young maestros sarod Amaan Ali Bangash and Ayaan Ali Bangash.
The two Sarod players have composed a special piece ‘Navrasa’, which will explore the nine emotions experienced through classical music while Maity transforms them into art. The latter will use the scenic beauty of Banaras as a background as well as the hues of the color blue for his painting.
The West Bengal-born artist has already produced live paintings during a reading of Rabindranath Tagore’s last 14 poems, ?? 1/2 Shesh Lekha ‘.
This is the first time that the three famous artists have collaborated.
âIt’s a unique idea to create a bridge between two different art forms. Something that you express with sound, and someone expresses with colors, shapes and lines.
“Art is the mother, and it comes from different art forms. You learn from others, and others learn from you. You never know when you are inspired and have new ideas,” he said. declared to IANSlife.
Music, however, is nothing new to Maity. “A lot of my paintings are dominated by music and musical instruments. Music is an integral part of my art. I love to listen to music every time I paint, there is some kind of instrumental music, Indian classical or Western classic. Although that’s the background, it may inspire you. “
“Any kind of art takes you to a greater height and elevates you to a different level.”
The artist will use paintings by Faber-Castell, sponsor of the exhibition.
The Showhouse Events show is scheduled to take place on January 19, Sunday, at the Royal Opera House in Mumbai.
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