Mangaluru: Colours Of Life art exhibition by realistic artist Jane Noronha was held at Deepa Comforts in Mangalore. The art show was curated by artist Sapna Noronha. Jane exhibited twenty-five realistic artworks in charcoal, oil and acrylic colours. The Colours Of Life exhibition was inaugurated by Hilda Rayappan of Prajna counselling centre and Nayana Fernandes, a benefactor.
Jane was born in Punjab and later raised in Mangalore. From childhood, she plunged into the world of painting. She began to explore art four years back and is known to be a self-taught artist. From an early age, art has held a special place in Jane’s heart. But she doesn’t stop there, she believes in constant and never-ending improvement. Nonetheless, she understands the power of being creative. With a relentless desire to advance her skills, Jane is currently attending the BGM School of Art to channelize the creative side of her passion.
Jane recreates reality through an art form. Therefore, when she takes something she conveys it as it is. While this might sound like it could be overly simplified, it isn’t. Jane shows just how detailed and bold reality can be, dazzling one’s senses.
Jane’s art exudes depth and colour. Most admirable is her creative approach in the use of charcoal, oils, and acrylic. Her paintings evoke sensuality, love, unity, and hope. Her personal realistic style emanates joy and peace, it conveys feelings.