Wildlife painting show kicks off at PNCA

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As many as 77 paintings of wildlife and gems of nature by artists Ahsan Qureshi and Kamran Qureshi were put on display here on Friday at Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) to educate the masses about wildlife, environment and pollution issues.

Fareena Mazhar, Secretary National Heritage and Culture inaugurated the show and termed the endeavor of the artists as most important message for the young generation.

“It is the time that every segment of the society must come forward to play their role in saving our environment and highlight issues like climate change,” she said, adding that visual art was a tool that works to create awareness on various issues among the masses through “soft expressions and leaves deep visual impact”. The show aims to generate collective actions to conserve nature where the existence of humans s dependent on the well-being of all other living things.

Both the artists are brothers who spent their lives chasing wild game set in pristine wilderness that taught them to appreciate the flawless design and harmony of all creation, said the organizers. —APP

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