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Art from the Heart

More than 30 artists from all over the country join hands for the second series of the charity group art exhibition to raise funds to support those affected by Covid-19

Vibrant artworks of more than 30 artists were displayed at The Lexicon at the preview of the charity art exhibition, “Art from Heart 2.0”, held in the Capital on September 2, 2022. The artists from all over the country came for the second series organised by The Lexicon Art in association with Round Table India. The show concluded on October 7, 2022. Speaking on the occasion, Mamta Nath, Founder & Director, The Lexicon Art said, “The exhibition aims at representing the diverse and rich cultural heritage of India while raising funds to support the multiple community service activities being carried across India by Round Table India. This is the second in series, the first being held online in April 2020 to raise funds for covid victims and their families. It’s heartening to witness the art community coming together for such noble initiatives, we are looking forward to continuing with this annual event to be able to touch more lives”.

Artist Swati Pasari, known for spreading positivity and happiness through her art said, “While I love to focus on creating full of life and spiritual artworks to spread the positivity in the ambience, I feel equally elated to be part of art events that give back to the society and help the less privileged. It’s a great feeling to know that our art can touch so many hearts and fill them with happiness.” Some of the popular artists whose work was displayed were Avijit Dutta, Gurudas Shenoy, Madhuri Bhaduri, Niren Sengupta, Seema Kohli, Siddharth Shingade, Venkat Bothsa and Vinita Karim. “We are delighted to associate with The Lexicon Art once again for raising funds for our various social causes. While in 2020 funds were diverted to help Covid victims, this year, we plan to divert them to our long-term project, “Freedom through Education”. Through this project, we have educated approximately nine million underprivileged children throughout India and have built one classroom a day, every day, during the last decade”, said Manish Lakhotia, National President, Round Table India. Guests present at the preview included Actor Nasir Abdullah, art critic and poet Prayag Shukla, artists Niren Sengupta, Swati Pasari, Vinita Karim, Shovin Bhattacharjee, Kumar Vikas Saxena and others.