An exhibition ‘Creating Hope’ promises to ignite inspiration while raising funds for empowering projects aimed at uplifting women and children, showcasing works of maestros of art Raja Ravi Varma and Vincent van Gogh.

The Rotary Club of Parvari Blaze, Goa in collaboration with Curator of Art for All, Sanjeev Singhal is hosting an art exhibition titled, ‘Creating Hope’. With the purpose of raising funds for empowering projects aimed at uplifting women and children, the exhibition will be inaugurated on May 19 at the CMM ARENA Megastore, Merces.

The Chief Guest for the inauguration will be District Governor (RID-3170) Rtn. Nasir Borsadwala alongwith president, Rtn. Hari Krishan Kaul and Secretary Rtn. Vinita Palekar. Also present will be art curator Sanjeev Singhal.

The exhibition will proudly display works by two maestros of art, the legendary Indian artist Raja Ravi Varma and the influential Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. Experience their timeless creations through exclusive art prints on canvas, meticulously produced using museum-quality printers.At the exhibition exclusive art prints on canvas will be available for sale, for which museum quality printers have been used.

The exhibition is the brainchild of Sanjeev Singhal, son of India’s well known realistic artist, J.P. Singhal — he spent his early days seeing and observing art. Born into a family of art, Sanjeev always connected with creativity. He ran an art gallery ‘Studio S’ in Koregaon Park, Pune, spends most of his time pursuing his passion- art.

An art curator, collector and publisher of exclusive art prints Sanjeev says, “Each has been worked on by a professional artist under my watchful eye. The idea behind this exhibition, ‘Creating Hope’ is mainly to showcase two or more maestros of their time. Besides, showing a good body of works of the two artists who have had a profound impact on the art scene during their time, and are looked up to even now, it will help the young students and patrons alike  to experience fine execution of the art.”

Sanjeev believes that art exhibitions are an endeavour to ignite a passion for art which lies dormant in all of us.

Mark your calendars for a week-long opportunity to immerse yourself in art and philanthropy, as the exhibition opens its doors to the public from May 20 to 26, welcoming visitors from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this meaningful endeavour, where every brushstroke contributes to creating a brighter future for women and children in need, states a press release.


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