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Welcome Amita Singha!

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Tuesday, 16 August 2022 to Tuesday, 15 August 2023

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Amita applied for Camelback Gallery's one-year virtual Featured Artist Designation.  Her artwork was juried and selected for this opportunity.

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Artist locale: Chittagong, Bangladesh
Style of work: Portraiture
Subject matter: Internationally recognized people, friends and family
Medium: Pencil and Pastel

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By profession, I am a university teacher. I have to be always busy doing research and I love it. Along with it, I also love painting. Though I do not have any formal training in Fine Arts, I try to draw pictures whenever I get time. It gives me immense pleasure when I indulge myself in painting since my childhood. As soon as, I complete drawing a picture, I feel a sense of accomplishment. I tried to draw pictures of some internationally recognized people. Those people inspired mankind through their humanity, talent, hard work, and dedication. Besides, I drew a picture of the Goddess Durga who symbolizes the inner power of women. Along with those pictures, I draw pictures of my dear ones.

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Camelback Gallery , Scottsdale

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