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Works of the duo on displayIt doesn't matter that the works are reproductions and artists are first-timers, but all that matters is their command over the brush and capability over the medium. Priya Pishe and Priyanka Kakade, a cousin jodi from Hyderabad emerged with splendid ability and have achieved the dream of holding an exhibition of their works. The exhibition of the young artists which was held recently proved that a lot of commitment is needed even for producing recreations.

Vsitors taking a look at the exhibitionThe duo learned the art for five years under the able guidance of Late Mohd Aliuddin, an accomplished artist who himself trained under eminent artist M.F. Hussain. Aliuddin established Picasso Art Coaching Centre and shared his knowledge with many aspiring young artists like Priya and Priyanka. After the demise of Aliuddin last year, his wife Khadija Aliuddin, who completed diploma in fine arts from JNTU took over the responsibilities of the coaching centre. Besides training the students in fine arts, the centre's art gallery at Babu Khan Estate, Basheerbagh also provides an opportunity for upcoming artists to hold exhibitions at a minimal rent.

Attractive reproductionThe young artists have reproduced works of great painters like Van Gogh, William Blake, Vernon Kerr, Rosette and contemporary Indian artist Subrata Sen. The works may be immature reproductions but worth appreciating for someone who has just made a start. "We are just beginners. We felt it's better to reproduce the work of established artists," says Priya. "Success is inspiration and perspiration in equal measure," said Priyanka. The works which were on display caught many eyes, who witnessed the exhibition. For instance, the one titled Survivor showing a ship on sea has a very good colour scheme, especially of the sky. The painting of a horse and the one depicting lambada women seemed to have caught the attention of art lovers. The artists depicted various Indian and European subject matters such as a portrait titled Italian Beauty and some of the Christian themes of sin and sacrifice of Isaac which are takeoffs from the Renaissance paintings.

Wide range of works adorning the walls Be it a figure, landscape or townscape, drawing has always been a pleasure for them. "I spent at least a month on each frame. And the one which depicts the seashore took me three months," says Priyanka. The canvases were reflective of the effort put by the artistes. The choice of colour, the deft strokes and the motif shown by the duo with a demanding medium of oil colours mesmerized the connoisseurs of art. "Sir taught us everything in art and we are just following it. We want to be masters in oil paintings and jack of all areas," said the duo.

-Krishna Chaitanya Karanam
-Photographs by: Srinivas Setty

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