New Delhi recently witnessed the Kumbh of Celebrity Artists from all over India at HARVEST 2018. Ms Payal Kapoor of Arushi Arts once again presented HARVEST 2018, the longest running Group Show since 2001 which was curated by Suneet Chopra and had masterpieces created by the Masters, Sculptors, Tribal, and Young artists.
Over the years, Harvest has been reflecting the trends in our contemporary art as they develop. But they have always ensured that they exhibit a core group of masters who are like the many roots of a tree that now blooms with many different flowers on its branches. Each of these has its own fragrance, shape and colour. This year too they had works of S.H. Raza, F.N. Souza, Satish Gujral, Krishen Khanna, Ram Kumar, K.S. Kulkarni, K.G. Subramanian, Sakti Burman, Bhupen Khakhar, Lalu Prasad Shaw, Badri Narayan, Prabhakar Kolte, Arpana Caur and T. Vaikuntam, Sanjay Bhattacharya, Bratin Khan, and among the sculptors they have the works of Laxma Goud, Venkat Bothsa, G. Reghu, Sachindra Nath Jha, Tyeba Begum Lipi, Valay Shende and Sheela Chamariya to name a few.
The show was inaugurated on 2nd September 2018 and was on for display till 7th September 2018 at the Stainless Gallery, Mathura Road, New Delhi.
Harvest witnessed influx of top names from the art lovers community, corporate, designers and others and included celebrities like Neeva Jain, Nitya Bharani, Raseel Gujral, Paresh Maity, Arpana Caur, Roy Thomas, Shobha Broota, Sanjay Bhattacharya, Shivani Wazir, Surita Tandon, Shalu Jindal, Kavita Bhartia, Pawan Kapoor, Soniya Passi, Kavita Bali, Rana Gill, Neelam Pratap Rudy, Bela Madan, Tanisha Mohan, Priya Scindia, Sheetal Ansal, Arpita Singh, and many others.
Arushi Arts is an organisation-cum-art gallery whose goal is to promote good upcoming art at affordable prices along with also making people aware of Indian Artists and Indian Art all over India and abroad.
Art in our country is vibrant and eclectic – expressing various stylistic trends and influences both from the east and the west resulting in an idiom which is both modern and Indian in ethos. One of the aims of Arushi Arts is to address the larger concern of society through art. These include topics through art that make people aware of this environment, our society, the current happenings and generally nature and feelings all over the world.
Arushi Arts centered commitment is to art and to help artists sell their works all over India and abroad. Our agenda also includes art workshops and specialised training for art lovers. Clearly, we know that Arushi Arts will never achieve its goal without the support of art art community and all those who love art.
They deal in original art works as well as prints, etchings of various artists, sculptures of artists and chemical prints of various artists. The mediums in which these art works are done are wide spread. Some of them are water colors, oil on canvas, char coals, pastels, bronze, mix media, goache, tempura, stone, etc.