Exhibition of art work of young artists kicked off at Punjab Arts Council


Rawalpindi,    (Parliament Times) : A three-day exhibition of art works by young artists was organized under the auspices of Punjab Arts Council here on Saturday. Naheed Manzoor flanked by Director Arts Council Waqar Ahmad, Senior Artist Azhar Qureshi, Shagufta Azhar and Ghazi Baig inaugurated the exhibition. The exhibition was jointly organized by the Punjab Arts Council and the Art Knowledge Academy with the participation of the students of the academy. The exhibition features paintings by more than 70 artists. Notable among them are traditional field orchards, mountains, forests, cities, birds of prey and Islamic calligraphy. Addressing the inaugural function, Naheed Manzoor said that young artists are an asset of Pakistan. Pakistani artists are rich in art and are making Pakistan famous all over the world. He said that various aspects of art were covered in the joint exhibition. It is also an art to combine different subjects of art in one exhibition. Director Punjab Arts Council Waqar Ahmed said that Arts Council has always provided a platform for the youth to take their art to the world. The Arts Council has presented the work of thousands of artists to the world, the artist wants encouragement, so that his work can be further refined. Art Knowledge Academy Instructor Azhar Qureshi thanked the Arts Council for providing the platform. At the end of the ceremony, certificates were also distributed among the young artists. The exhibition was attended by a large number of art lovers.