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First Group Exhibition at BAMA Academy of Fine Arts, Panchkula

At BAMA Academy Exhibition

"A Little Girl” a photo haiga created by me is on display in group photography exhibition at BAMA Academy of Fine Arts, Panchkula.

The work is my first experimental artwork using haibun rather than haiku in haiga.

The photo is from Nek Chand Rock Garden from Chandigarh. This place has been an integral part of my life. Independent of my personal experiences, I find the place has a great allure and leads to numerous expressions and/or thoughts. It is a great source of inspiration, motivation, happiness, joy, creativity and other sources of values to its visitors every day.

The BAMA Academy of Fine Arts exhibition was inaugurated by Mr. N. K. Sharma, Chief Parliamentary Secretary, Industries & Commerce, Punjab on 25th December, 2014. The photographs by various upcoming and established tri-city photographers are on display from 26th to 28th of December, 2014.

The Address:
The Exhibition Hall of BAMA Academy,
SCO – 136,
Sector – 14,
Panchkula (Haryana)

I will share my work after the exhibition.


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