Creativity unlimited at Lalitya Foundation’s three-day National Art Camp

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Lalitya Foundation and Genesys Foundation recently organised a three-day residential national art camp – 8th Lalitya National Art Camp 2017- at Bhagini Mandal, Sitabuldi, Nagpur. The camp, which was organised for painters, potters and sculptors, saw a participation of more than 100 artists from across India. While veteran artist Shubha Vaidya from Indore was the chief guest at the camp, also present were Laxman Kumar (from New Delhi), Prasad Pimprikar (Founder President and Trustee, Lalitya Foundation) and Nagpur artists Sudhir Talmale and Pradnya Besekar.

Pictures by: Himanshu Pal

Shubha Vaidya A sculptor at the Lalitya National Art Camp Anup Shah Kirti Dahiya Rajesh Chahare, Sudhir Talmale, Laxman Kumar, Prasad Pimprikar, Prakash Betawar, Gautam Dev and Shubha Vaidya Sunil Kumar Manjit Singh Matharoo Upam Dudhe Minakshi Pawar Pranay Tarekar Divya Gaur A sculpture made by a sculptor at the Lalitya National Art Camp Anubhav Kaushik A sculptor at the Lalitya National Art Camp Mansukh Kakadia, Hasmukhbhai Raval, Purvi Solanki, Pratik Pawar, Nirupana Tank and Amarjit Kumar Usha Lokhande and Devendra Shakya Uttam Janwade Madhumati Waradpande Kiran Bawane Vinod Chowdhary Sanjeev Kumar Pankaj Dhruv Mukund Khadipure Himanshu Agnihotri Arnab Shah

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