Beauty in diversity

The essence diversity of Bengal is for all people to see inexperience on display with the aid of Spectrum Artists’ Beauty Circle institution of Kolkata. In their 45th show, which’s occurring in Bengaluru, the institution’s eleven senior artists gift an array of mediums and patterns unified via the Bengal School of Art aesthetics. Realistic imagery, watercolors, tribal humans, each day lifestyles, prints via Malay Chandan Saha, Biswajit Mondal, Swapan Kumar Palley, Subuddha Ghosh, Sukumar Das, Anjan Sengupta, Arpita Basu, Anupam Karmakar, and Samir Saha.

The group turned based on Samir Saha and Anjan Sengupta’s aid 35 years ago after they surpassed the Indian College Of Arts & Draftsmanship. “We wanted to stay collectively due to the fact possibilities growth and difficulties decrease while you operate as a group,” says Samir. The organization with artists in the age institution of fifty to 60 has hooked up an identity of its very own, which is experimentation within the framework of artwork and prints. An appropriate instance of this is tooth portray on steel “Darkness and Beyond” via Malay, in which the artist is ruminating about rural India. “Despite the challenges in daily lifestyles, and tough conditions, they are glad, sing songs, rejoice their gala’s and lifestyle,” explains Malay.

Other artists inside the show who have a fun culture are Karmakar,

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Anupam Kumar Giri, and Murari Mohon Basu. If Karmakar highlights the Baul tradition of West Bengal, Giri draws suggestions from Rajasthan women musicians. Murari will pay tribute to the way of life along with his poetic imagery: beautiful males and females with almond-fashioned eyes and sharp features playing the flute or holding a flower. Arpita, the lone woman member of the group, says, even as the artists are free to do something they want for their group day trip, the paintings have to be a sure stage. “Because there may be an identification and reputation of the outfit that has were given constructed over the last three a long time, we need works of certain preferred,” says Arpita, who received a furnish from “The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Inc” of New York. Arpita used to do watercolors on silk; however, they shifted to hand-crafted paper due to practical problems. Now she sticks rice paper on handmade paper to obtain the fantastic impact of watercolor. Her subjects — glimpses of daily life rendered unusually and miniature-stimulated works, paintings properly inside this framework.

Das has additionally finished artwork, but it is his uncommon monoprints that simply stand out. A monoprint is an unmarried print taken from a layout created in oil or printing ink on glass or metallic. Prints are uncommon these days, and techniques like monoprint are at an even greater rate—his woman figures in a round canvases recommendations at his mastery over the medium. Sengupta’s quarrel between two crows (acrylic on paper) is visceral. So is Ghosh’s “Doorway.” As the viewer gets a peep into a house, he/she feels tempted to go into this intimate space. Palley’s imagery borrowing from our classical Indian artwork is rendered in his own fashion. It appears like a dream. Along with his exploding city with the aid of a river, Mondal makes an assertion approximately the scenario. “All the towns are overcrowded. They all appear identical,” he says.

Beauty is not skin deep. It’s an attitude that separates the beauty from the crowd. “Looking at the beauty in the world is the first step of purifying the mind.” The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or how she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman is seen in her eyes because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides. True beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. A woman whose smile is open and whose expression is glad has a kind of beauty no matter what she wears. All women are beautiful, regardless of their looks. You need to touch their soul with respect and appreciation for their inner beauty, and you will be rewarded with joy. The heart is way more important than the package. I love natural beauty, and I think it’s your best look, but I think makeup as an artist is so transformative. I would never like to endorse a fairness cream. I believe in natural beauty.

True beauty can’t shine through makeup. Many of us can’t even imagine our life without makeup. It sounds strange and even scary for many girls, thanks to the media’s popularization of unrealistic beauty standards. To be beautiful without makeup?! Is it even possible?! For many of us, it would be a big nonsense even to go to a supermarket with no makeup on. Media often forces us to believe that a woman with no makeup on can’t actually look somewhat attractive or beautiful. If someone wants to live a makeup-free life, or at least to be able to have makeup-free days, then it makes sense to put a little bit more effort into caring about the natural beauty of your face, hair, and body.

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1) Feel beautiful (even without makeup)

Yes, the first step to natural, makeup-free beauty is connected with your inner perception of yourself – your self-image. If a girl considers herself beautiful and can accept herself totally and unconditionally, the whole world will feel the same. Yes, it’s that simple! But if you don’t feel comfortable and confident about yourself with no makeup on, try to gradually adapt to the new ‘natural’ image.

2) Your skin is your everything!

If you decide to lead a makeup-free life, it doesn’t mean that you need to let go of all skincare products completely. Many skin problems are actually related to the excessive use of makeup; skin tone becomes uneven because of your body’s reaction to a foundation, concealer, or blush. If skin problems persist, get a dermatologist’s professional advice; it’s better to treat the problem straight away than to put it on hold into a waiting box. Some other tips for the beauty of your skin include: use facial masks 2 or 3 times a week (choose masks according to your skin type), and exfoliate your skin regularly (we are not only talking about exfoliating your facial skin, exfoliate your whole body.

3) Healthy eating and water

Good food is important not only for the beauty of our skin but also for our body’s overall health.

Jennie Gray

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