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Artist Supriya’s Painting Exhibition in London

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Shades of Lambodara, solo exhibition by Dr. Supriya Dudhal was inaugurated on Monday, 28th May 2018 at The Nehru Centre, London….reports Asian Lite News

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Vibha Mehdiretta, Deputy Secretary, The Nehru Centre, London

The exhibition was inaugurated in the presence of Chairperson Vibha Mehdiretta (Deputy Secretary, The Nehru Centre, London), Chief Guest Bharulata Patel-Kamble (listed by The Government of India as India’s first 112 exceptional “First Ladies” of India, also Guinness Books Records holder), Satya Minhas (Chairman of Hindu Association of Metropolitan Police), Sulekha Davda (Financial Consultant with HSBC), Dr. Subodh Kamble (Surgeon), Guest of Honour Varsha Mistry (Director at Metropolitan Police Forensic department), Poonam Joshi (Social activist and UK & Europe’s correspondent for India ABP news and ANI) and wonderful ladies from Happy Sisters Group.

Inaugural function was started with lighting of Lamps and then paintings opening by all dignitaries. Colourful painting of Vishwaraja (King of World) is very much close to Artist Dr. Supriya’s heart and hence she had decided to open same painting by all guests.

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Chief Guests

In her speech, Chief Guest Mrs. Bharulata happily quoted “As a firm believer of supporting women empowerment, I think Dr. Supriya has chosen a very rare artistic career that should be encouraged and supported.” She said it is something out of the box thinking that should be appreciated worldwide. “As for centuries we are having tradition of male dominance and we rarely hear about female painters of Indian origin. Supriya is a role model for youngsters and future generations and that they should choose hobby as passion. Educating girls is not only our responsibility but also letting girls to choose their different career path. Supriya has open horizons for very rare career path and all girls should start believing in yourself and Supriya is creating history of female painters,” she added.

Mr. Satya Minhas appreciated all the artwork displayed by artist Supriya and wish her best luck for future endeavours.

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Invitees

Sulekha Davda, in her speech quoted “Each and every painting is a unique painting and have different mudras in them, the use of vibrant colours is awesome and each one of them has different stories behind it.  Dr. Supriya’s efforts are clearly seen when you go through entire exhibition”.

Varsha Mistry lauded artist Supriya and said each painting has different colour combinations and are really beautiful.

Dr. Subodh Kamble was too very happy at the event and did wish good luck to artist Dr. Supriya for future journey.

Artist Dr. Supriya took the opportunity to explain “Journey of Shades of Lambodara” right from how the idea of the exhibition was triggered to and how she could get the opportunity to interact with very well-known and respected dignitaries. She especially mentioned about Mrs. Bharulata for her strong support, guidance and timely inputs required for the event.

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Dr Supriya Dudhal whose work is unique with distinct colours, is a strong believer of Lord Ganesha, and thinks that behind each aspect of Art work there is a thought of God. She is a renowned Rangoli artist specialized for Poster Rangolis, especially Kangra miniature paintings. She completed her Master’s Degree from Nagpur Fine Art College and was recently awarded Ph.D. in Fine Arts from Nagpur University. She has been Honoured Double Doctorate by World Record University in September 2017.

Dr. Supriya says – ‘Art for me is the key to the secret garden, my way down to the imaginary world Art has always been my first love and passion. It is a process of transforming views and thoughts on the canvas that has given me the ultimate results. Life is a diverse vibrant shade of colours and impression of our actions and reactions. I always aim to capture the existence of spirituality in my paintings and Art works. I see Ganesha forms in each and everything present in nature.’

Though it was a long weekend, and with a short notice many dignitaries made themselves available just because of huge support by Mrs. Bharulata.