Sri Prakash Synergy School, Ramarao pet, Peddapuram witnessed a marvellous and awesome experience yesterday as they cut the ribbons for the ever enchanting “Harivillu” (The Art exhibition). Prof. Prabhakar Mahadev Colte, the renowned artist was the chief guest and opened the exhibition by lighting the lamp. Prof. Prabhakar has been a professor in Sir. J.J. School of Art, Mumbai – India. He remembered his beginning as an artist and said that he was inspired by the art of the then famous artist Shankar Palsekar under whose guidance Prof. Colte got his first diploma in Art and craft.
The students of Synergy school exhibited their hidden talent as artists and made different artefacts by using the waste material and gave strength to the slogan “making the best from the waste”. They just used all the waste materials like ice cream sticks, teacups, used newspapers, etc. They made many different styles of art like; Scribbling, dot painting, charcoal shading, paper sculptur, clay moulding, collage, water colour painting, dry pastel painting, oil pastel painting, crayons, abstract painting, instillations, quelling, and cheryl art. Students right from LKG to class X actively participated in this and contributed well to the success of this display. They just made a grand success using their free time and the time of their art period. They made the replica of Jalian Walabagh and Salt Satyagraha etc. Further they made the replica of National Leaders and many paintings of various scenes. Prof. Colte trained the synergites in sand sculpture and helped them making many replicas on the sand.
They made chandeliers with used CDs, beautiful butterflies with waste pieces of paper, an elegant peacock with plastic spoons. They made many more gift articles, Christmas tree and New Year greetings, and birthday greetings with quelling paper. The visitors were spell bound by the way the students made use of the ordinary things to make extraordinary artefacts.
The senior principal Mr. Murthy visited the exhibition and named it Harivilllu and expressed his ecstasy over the achievement of the synergites. Synergites Saketh, venkat, Srinivas raj, Aditya Jashwal, Dhana Krishna created an animated motion picture under the guidance of Ms Bandaru Lalitha, an artiste par excellence. They named it “safety or savings” which explained the difference between safety and savings and asserted that safety is more important than savings. Moreover they sent it to the Short film competition conducted by the Delhi Traffic Police.
Students from different schools of Peddapuram, parents and many more guests visited and exhibition and appreciated the students. Mr. Gorikapudi Chinnayya Dora, TDP leader and renowned business man, Mrs, Susila, the principal, Akshara School Kakinada, Mr. Rammohan, Technical Director, Mr. Buliramayya , the principal JNV Peddapuram, Mr. Y.D. Ramarao, president Olympic Assosiation, Mr. Padmanabham, Secretary Olympic Association, Mrs. Durga devi, Principal Synergy Kids Kakinada were among the many who visited the exhibition.
Prof. Prabhakar Colte appreciated the students and expressed his awe and wonder over the artistic talent of synergites. He said that ‘Art is universal, and every human individual should learn art and he also equated art with the ‘learning in our mother’s lap. He also said that “if education is the base of human living in this world, art is the base for that education. Art helps man to enhance his knowledge. Sri Prakash synergy school has become a perfect platform for this most valuable act. He showered his best wishes and blessing on the students, teachers and management of the school.
The pillars of this magnanimous event, our Art teachers K. Srinivas Rao and K. Visweswara Rao were highly praised by everybody present over there for their non compromising efforts in bringing this into reality. The teachers of various classes were also appreciated by the onlookers and they congratulated the Dean Mrs, B. Rajeshwari for being the back bone of this whole event. The synergites, the teachers and the dean were appreciated by the Director Mr. Vijay Prakash.