Art has a new address

Jul 09, 2013, 23:26 IST | The Centrestage Team

The artist's latest sculpture is at Bandstand, Bandra titled 'Classic Rainman', and is inspired by the movie, 'Singing in the Rain' where Gene Kelly is swinging on a lamp post singing a song holding an umbrella.

She says, “As an artist I loved the scene and wanted to recreate it in an installation form with changes of my own.

Artist Rouble Nagi

I love art, and so do a lot of people who are associated with me. While creating this sculpture Aaditya Thackeray who is always for Mumbai beautification was a big support to me. This sculpture is made in mix media and has a lot of mosaic work, its eco friendly and people walking on the promenade would definitely love the work.”

A sketch of the Classic Rainman sculpture

The artist is passionate about beautification of Mumbai. She adds, “As I see how places have been transformed so beautifully by using art for adding aesthetic value, I wish to do the same for my city, Mumbai.

It is an initiative that I have taken to beautify the city with artwork.” Today her mural company is the largest in India, which specialises in over 33 mediums from glass, teracotta, metal, cold ceramic, etc. In short, it’s a one stop art house for all aesthetic and art requirements for any space. 

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