Rekhakriti Art Exhibition: Vibrant, Life-like Art by Children

April 20, 2017 | By

Madhu Vasudevan, an art teacher of repute, got her students to put up their lively paintings up in an exhibition of art by children, in Mayur Vihar, Delhi.

Children view Nature, environment, people and well, simply put, the world in their own way.

Madhu Vasudevan, an art teacher of repute, got her students to put up their lively paintings up in an exhibition in her art class, based in Mayur Vihar, Delhi.

The students in ages ranging from 3-17 spent hours framing their paintings on thick black sheets and neatly displayed them with their names and captions.

Browsing these beautiful paintings makes you marvel at their finesse and expression of imagination.

For details, contact Madhu Vasudevan

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