We bring to you our second creative ingenuity with 'Colour Me Rangeela'. Jump in a pool of colour, make a splash.
A stroke of the brush can transform a blank piece of paper into art, art that transcends subjective connotations. The colours intermingle, blend and collide with flourish breathing life into the canvas. Its meaning is open to interpretation, drawing an insurmountable open ended question mark. The beauty does indeed lie in the eyes of the beholder. What we often fail to recognise is that the beauty lies in the vision of the creator. Exploit the vision within, drench the world in your colour and colour yourself rangeela.
The Fine Arts Society will host four events during the two day festival- water colour painting and waste material on day 1 and face painting and rangoli on day 2. For further details, contact Khyati Joshi on 9899712717.