The Delhi-based renowned artist Geeta Bisht recently won an award for her artwork “The Purpose of Life” at the 11th All India Digital Art Exhibition 2022, organized by the All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society (AIFACS).
The event took place in the AIFACS Gallery, New Delhi, and the award was received by respected Chief Guest Sh Ashwini Kumar Prithviwasi, Founder and Principal of Delhi College of Art, respected President of AIFACS, Mr. Ram V Sutar and respected Chairman of AIFACS, Mr. Biman B Das.
” I am so happy that the faculty of AIFACS recognized my artwork on such a large platform. The most special thing about the painting is that I had drawn the figures in it, the sea, fish, sun, and waves in the sea, exactly the way I used to draw them when I was a little girl. ”
Geeta Bisht said,
The waves in Ms. Bisht’s “The Purpose of Life” artwork stand in for the ups and downs people encounter in vitality. The artwork represents the life of the sea.
The cycle of joy and sadness is unavoidable for everybody. This in turn promotes the growth of our spirituality.
The two in the center have grown up and are leading the other fish that are following them, while other fish are little and need to mature, continues Bisht, who likes creating smiling faces and finds strength in positivity and all things that make her happy.
The All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society (AIFACS), an autonomous arts organization in India, was established in Delhi in 1928.
Many of its duties were given to three national academies in the decade after Indian independence: The Lalit Kala Akademi, Sangeet Natak Akademi, and Sahitya Akademi for the performing arts, visual arts, and literature, respectively.
At the All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society’s (AIFACS) Annual Exhibition in 1948, the Prime Minister, Shri Jawaharlal Nehru, was joined by the Countess Mountbatten of Burma. AIFACS organizes art exhibitions and grants prizes to artists throughout the nation.
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