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 Gati Muskaan organised a three-day art exhibition named ‘Affordable Art with a Heart’ at Gati’s corporate office at Kondapur (on till today).

Published: 10th February 2017 10:54 PM  |   Last Updated: 11th February 2017 06:32 AM   |  A+A-

Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Gati Muskaan organised a three-day art exhibition named ‘Affordable Art with a Heart’ at Gati’s corporate office at Kondapur (on till today). The exhibition showcasespaintings by budding artists from the city and the students from Ashray Akruti, a school for hearing impaired children. 


Over 300 paintings are from various budding artists and children from Ashray Akriti and also from Meera, Director Gati Infrastructure and Chief brand Custodian. She says, “We want to provide and encourage the upcoming artists.” The paintings ranging from abstracts to expressions of the artists are worth watching.


Gati in its way of giving back to the society, is taking up initiatives in the field of education, livelihood and orphanage. Speaking at the inaugural Meera added, “Art is a form of expression that every individual can connect to and with the right channels can further uplift and inspire our country and its culture in many ways. Affordable Art with a Heart is built around this though.”


The price of the paintings starts as low as `1,000 to `10,000. The proceeds from the paintings will be solely for the children at Ashray Akriti and Isha Vidhyaby Isha.

There was a painting by Naved Kishore depicting a man in a boat sailing in the river whose banks were fringed with swaying palm trees. The colours were subdued with tinge of red here and there. He has hearing challenges and expressed that he himself wants to row the river. Rest of the paintings were mostly on flowers in vibrant colours. 



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