Kerkar Art Gallery




Kerkar Art Gallery is situated within Kerkar Art Complex. It features the sculptures and paintings of some of the renowned artists of Goa. Kerkar Art Gallery is one of the popular attractions around Calangute beach. It houses the art works of the upcoming artists of the territory. The gallery features the paintings and sculptures of Subodh Kerkar, an artist who gave up his career in medicine so that he could concentrate on art.

Among the valuable exhibits of Kerkar Art Gallery are terracotta and elliptical-shaped collectibles. The art gallery also contains the paintings and sculptures of fishermen, sea queen and royal couples. Besides, the gallery also conducts workshops for the sculptures and painters. The workshops are conducted in order to create an enlightening dialogue between the occident and orient artistic traditions.



Last Updated on 07 August 2012


     


     

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