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the work of Dr. Sheela Sharma
Bombay-based Dr. Sheela Sharma
translates 30 years of study in painting, cultural anthropology,
Indian mythology, and folk art forms into stunning oil canvases
exuding a profound spiritual presence. Artist, matriarch, and storyteller,
Sharma juxtaposes folk religious imagery with the modern pantheon
of Hindu deities, weaving together ancient systems of aesthetics
and belief on seamless yet complex planes.
Don't miss this exciting opportunity
to see the work of
this award-winning Indian artist.
ARTIST TALK AND RECEPTION:
Wednesday, June 11, 2003, 7:00 PM
Nahl Hall, CCAC Oakland Campus
Reception will follow.
Reception will follow ( Volunteers needed for talk and reception.
Please contact Priya Bhogaonker [firstname.lastname@example.org]
June 715, 2003
Isabelle Percy West Gallery, CCAC Oakland Capmus
Gallery hours: open daily, 10 AM7 PM
Work will be available for sale
CCAC Oakland campus is located
5212 Broadway (at College)
Oakland, CA. 94618
These events are free and
open to the public.
For more information contact:
Presented by California College
of Arts and Crafts
Center for Art and Public Life and EKTA