Now a Sm‘Art’ application for art

Published: 11th March 2013 10:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th March 2013 10:56 AM   |  A+A-


City-based art Stanley Suresh becomes the first artist in the world to launch his individual gallery on mobile platform. Bringing art closer to art lovers, a first-of-its-kind Sm’Art’ mobile application - ‘Stanley Studio’ was launched in the city on Sunday. A blend of art and technology, the app is being designed as a window into world of art. 

A painter by passion and a teacher by profession, Stanley has spent more than twenty five years of his professional life in study and exploration of creative paintings. Blessed by destiny and talent all his life, Suresh’s high points have been the letter written to him by Mother Teresa in her own hand, and the inauguration of his first exhibition by former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.

The app showcases, great masterpieces and original paintings of Stanley. It highlights his life, work and different series of his paintings. ‘Stanley Studio’ app offers art lovers to see art works, exhibitions, new paintings and more anytime and anywhere through smart phones and tablets. “With this application art can go beyond borders within no time. It takes years for an artist to establish himself. I worked for twenty five long years to reach this stage. Now, with this perfect synergy of art and technology, an artist can reach his customers, art lovers across the globe in a jiffy,” he said.

The ‘Stanley Studio’ app has been developed for three major platforms - iOS (from Apple Inc.), Android (from Google), Windows (from Microsoft) by city based, Innovus Technologies.

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