Cultural

“Impressions”
Embassy of India | Michael Cacoyannis Foundation |

It is an eclectic exhibition of canvasses embracing still life, horses, landscapes and human figures; painted in oils, acrylic and soft pastels.

Official Opening: Monday, October 3rd 2011 at 19:00
Guest of Honor – His Excellency the Ambassador of India, Mr. Tsewang Topden

Artist’s Biography
Since childhood Revati has had a passion for painting – a talent encouraged by her parents. Having studied Art in Mumbai at the Sir JJ School of Art and the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, she has held many successful exhibitions around the world – all over India, London – UK, and Jeddah – Saudi Arabia.

Her Works are owned by many private collectors, amongst them the Sultan of Brunei, Air India, and many leading Indian industrialists and Foreign Embassies. She paints mainly in oils, acrylics and soft pastels; all of which allow for spontaneity and have a different impact visually.
From horses to landscapes, flowers to colorful human figures, the subject matter is as diverse as it is vibrant. Horses in motion are best captured by the use of large canvasses – providing a three-dimensional symphony of power, strength and movement. This is balanced by the calm and serenity of her landscapes and still-life – reflecting the artist’s inner peace, tranquility and closeness to nature. Added to this is the human genre, portrayed by the rich use of colors depicting local scenes

From Monday 3 to Monday 10 October 2011

Time: 18:00 – 22:00

Information at the Foundation’s Box Office (Piraeus 206, Tavros) and over phone 210 3418579 Mon-Fri 11:00 – 14:00

Official Opening: Monday, October 3rd 2011 at 19:00

Hall: Exhibition Area 1st Floor

Tickets:
ENTRANCE FREE OF CHARGE

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