KP artists’ paintings get a place in world art exhibition – Newspaper

KP artists’ paintings get a place in world art exhibition – Newspaper

PESHAWAR: Observed artist Pir Hamid Ali Kheshgi a short while ago garnered a prevalent fame

PESHAWAR: Observed artist Pir Hamid Ali Kheshgi a short while ago garnered a prevalent fame when an Italy-dependent organisation chosen his artwork piece for an global team exhibition in watercolour painting contest.

It was for the 3rd time that he grabbed the honour of being selected for the biannual group paintings exhibition held in Italy where artwork parts of observed artists from throughout the world had been exhibited soon after a meticulous choice approach.

About his current recognition, Mr Kheshgi informed this scribe that it was for the 3rd time that an Italy-primarily based organisation experienced picked a piece of his artwork for a team paintings exhibition in watercolour contest that he reported would enable boost cultural diversity and tourism of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at the planet amount.

The organisation, also recognized as watercolour artists organisation, experienced invited pieces from artists around the world for a group exhibition in watercolour contest. The artworks of two KP artists, together with Abdur Rahman and Mr Kheshgi, were selected for the year 2021-22.

Artist Hamid Kheshgi paints landscapes to promote community cultural variety and tourism

Mr Kheshgi presently serves as assistant artwork professor in Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan, and is receiver of 15 awards and commendation certificates from each national and worldwide art organisations.

He has participated in various solo and team exhibitions and also shipped papers on the significance of landscaping, character design and textual illustrations. He has been executing on the net illustration and animation tasks for non-public firms in Uk, US, China and Vietnam.

Mr Kheshgi elaborated that his artwork picked for the earth team party was a portray of a hut in environmentally friendly village fields, reflecting KP’srural culture that nevertheless existed with all its purely natural manifestations and by which the entire world artists could fully grasp it in the language of vibrant colours.

“The to start with time, I had despatched my portray demonstrating a typical scene of a rural town with two bicycles parked in entrance of a village shop, and my second painting was yet again a village Ghanai (an improvised Ghur-making location) selected for the biannual artwork exhibition occasion in 2017 and 2019, respectively. I have in a way completed a hat-trick,” Mr Kheshgi explained proudly.

He said he needed to clearly show to the earth the KP’s indigenous tradition by the universal language of artwork. He mentioned getting a multimedia artist he had performed most of his artworks in various mediums, like oil and watercolour, with an goal to boost cultural variety and tourism.

“I want to launch an artwork gallery based on the idea of art of Italy, which in simple fact is the origin of visual artwork,” he said and confirmed his need for doing a doctorate from the overseas state in the field, if he obtained a scholarship.

Released in Dawn, May well 16th, 2022