In his 20 odd paintings, Sahoo gives an insight into village life portraying a study of different themes such as rural women, nature in villages, childhood and so on.
“I usually love portraying subjects, mostly living. In this collection, viewers will find traditions and elements of rural life that Odia people must have come across in some stage of their lives. However, there is no space for them in the urban existence,” said the artist.
This exhibition, which was inaugurated on Sunday, will continue till February 23.IMAGE: this is published in samaj supplement