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Aurally challenged artists depict nature’s beauty and scenes of life

A picture is worth a thousand words, so say aurally challenged artists Mohan Varma and R. Jayaprakash through their paintings. A collection of their works is on display at ‘Shades of Silence’, an exhibition at the Kerala Lalithakala Akademi Art Gallery here. From beautiful landscapes to poignant depiction of poverty, both artists work on a wide canvas.

Mohan Varma’s paper collages stand out with brilliant colour tones while Jayaprakash’s keen attention to the multiple shades of colours in nature makes his paintings life-like. Both use different media such as water colour, acrylic paint and oil paint with great dexterity.Physical disability is no obstacle to art, as the lives of these artists prove. … organised by Talking Hands Creating Conversations , a team of deaf and hearing employees …

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