art inspired by punishment in school
Eminent artist Syed Haider Raza,
who turned 88 Monday and says he would love to come back home after 60
The soft contours of Mumtaz Jahan's face, the colourful shades of
the chrysanthemum, the sharp strokes depicting a bejewelled tribal
woman, no, these aren't brush strokes on canvas, but art captured on
An initiative by People for Animals (PFA), Kingfisher and Sunil
Sethi, President of Fashion Design Council of India, the exhibition,
titled "Fly A Carpet to Your Wall," features select art works by
renowned Indian artists S H Raza, M F Husain among others as hand
woven designer carpets.
"Every year PFA puts together a new and interesting art event. This
time we have translated works by India's top painters and designers
into a spectacular collection of carpets which are on offer from as
little as Rs 35,000. The idea is to make the art not just enjoyable
but affordable as well," said Maneka Gandhi who heads PFA.