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Amritsar, July 5
An exhibition — Pal (A moment) — of photo shoots by Dr. PS Grover has been getting a good response since the closing of a summer art camp.
As many as 35 photographs related to various moods of nature, captured by Dr Grover, were put on display at a summer art festival. The camp was a part of the festival.
In the words of Dr Grover, “Photography is a magic combination of three subjects — science, skill and art. The camera is science and how to use it is a skill and what to shoot is an art. Photography today has become a significant genre of art while photographers have acquired specialisation in different fields like sports, wildlife, birds, nature, events and expressions.”
He says, “Nature photography is a product of my travelling. I love nature and want to capture fascinating moments, which I did for my own remembrance. My wife suggested me to organise a solo show of photographs of my collections (in thousands) and I organised it.”
It is his third solo show and some of the pictures were clicked by him through his cellphone. “I have a great passion for clouds, mountains, sea, green forests and sun. I hope the visitors will appreciate nature while going through my exhibition,” he added.
The exhibition is a part of the ongoing summer art festival. The recently concluded summer art camp at the art gallery honoured 150 art students, their mentors and senior artists. Art works of students in the form of paintings, drawings, murals, sculptures and textures have been displayed at the exhibition hall.
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