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Gurgaon showcases upcoming artists work
Gurgaon houses many talents and art exhibition is a common occurrence here in the millennium city. This August in another exquisite exhibition, the people of Gurgaon would be able to hone their creative side. Saranjit Singh, an upcoming artist with a lot of potential will be showcasing his work in the Beanstalk, Galaxy Hotel of Gurgaon from August 1 to August 20.

He with his rare sensibility as an artist, gives a subtle touch to the sensual form of women on his canvases. He not only tries to depict visual forms of sketches of monuments, havelis, still objects, female forms, natural beauty of cityscapes and landscapes, but also seeks to express his artistic creativity in the portrayal of men & women, using oil as a medium.

Having trained from College of Arts, Delhi Saranjit spends around 9 hours in his studio creating spectacular pieces of art form. Though he has worked on mediums like oil, watercolor, pen & ink, he enjoys watercolor the most.

He has a stylistic exploration, which commands attention. His paintings are expression of his inner-self, an expression of joy & an epitome of creative energy.

The moment you see his paintings, they would form an immediate connect with your heart.

He says "Paintings to me is an experimental journey into the depth of my interpretation. Art for me is the only way to express myself, providing me an opportunity to visualize my thoughts and channelize all my creative energy.''

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