Muscat: Kavitha Ramakrishna has been a great connoisseur of Tanjore paintings and has been practising the art form for the last 10 years. During her stay in Muscat, she has displayed lot of her completed works to the public. This included the 40 paintings exhibited at the Indian Embassy in February 2010 to commemorate the 40th National Day and to offer her tribute to His Majesty.
Kavitha Ramakrishna, has become an exponent of the Tanjore paintings and has been devoting quality time to revive this ancient art form and preserve the ethnic values with all its divinity. Her recent work involved a perfect blend of the Indian and Omani cultures that got culminated into a spectacular painting painstakingly concluded this Eid.
The work submitted to Maitha Al Mahrouqi, undersecretary, Ministry of Tourism, received lot of accolades from all quarters. Maitha Al Mahrouqi was delighted to receive this unique creation from Kavitha. Based on the encouragement received for her efforts, Kavitha Ramakrishna is all determined to include more traditional Omani jewellery and khanjar in her upcoming paintings.