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Indian Art Ideas Proudly Commences an Online Art Exhibition ‘Imprint Your Thoughts with Brilliance of Virtuosi’

01-08-2018 10:05 AM CET | Arts & Culture

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Indian Art Ideas Proudly Commences an Online Art Exhibition

Indian Art Ideas is one of the most reputed online art galleries of the country. As a part of their monthly exhibition regime, the prestigious gallery presents a unique collection of artworks each month which is built around a unique theme. As for this month, they have recently announced the beginning of their periodic exhibition which displays the creative brilliance of the talented artists who are connected with the portal. ‘Imprint your thoughts with the brilliance of Virtuosi’ urges it’s onlookers to stop perturbing about the days gone and reminisce the best ones by bringing their implicit thoughts into the big picture to satiate their inner self.

Undeniably, art is the best way of expressing one’s otherwise unvoiced emotions. However, not every individual has got the artistic abilities to express their inner self onto the canvases well. Therefore, they resort to buying paintings which resonate with them at an emotional level. The amalgamation of different colors should rush a whole new level of positivity into one's space for beginning this New Year with glee. Hence, the theme celebrates the art of finding one’s interest by exploring paintings and leaving behind the worries of the past in the past. Moreover, the theme is majorly inspired by the famous quote by CS Lewis “There are far better things than what we leave behind.”

“The new year brings with itself plethora of opportunities and hopes. It is up to us if we want to make the most out of these opportunities or we want to repent about all that has happened in the year gone. Our monthly exhibition focuses on the importance of the same. We have cherry-picked vibrant works of art to help art enthusiasts in creating the kind of ambience that supports their motive of discovering themselves and staying elated. ” said Shilpi Agarwal, Founder of Indian Art Ideas.

The monthly exhibition displays the beauty of 59 captivating artworks. Some of the famed paintings which are a part of this exhibition are the Fireball, Wineglass, Unconditional love, Abstract 1 and many others. The exhibition stays live on the website from January 02, 2018 to February 01, 2018. For more details, please visit: https://www.indianartideas.in/exhibition/70

Indian Art Ideas is one of India’s leading online art galleries. The site provides a platform to bring sellers and buyers together. It exhibits and offers an unparalleled collection of paintings, drawings, sketches, sculpture, prints and photographs by emerging and established Indian artists for sale at affordable price. With services like Art for Décor, Personalized Art and Art Advisory at offer, Indian Art Ideas is a one-stop destination for all your needs concerning affordable artwork.

Indian Art Ideas

Address:

Indian Art Ideas, C/o Ansh ventures Pvt Ltd
606, Plot E-4, Sector 50,
Noida - 201301

Phone : +91-9891517759, +91-9716888845
Email: info@indianartideas.com

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