Where curvism and modernism blends

A creative blend of colours and his self taught unorthodox painting style, which the artist describes as a combination of curvism and modernism will be seen in Dreamscape, an exhibition of paintings by Sanoj de Alwis to be held on September 20, 21, and 22 at the Harold Peiris gallery of the Lionel Wendt. On display will be Sanoj’s oils on canvas, pastels and charcoal sketches.

Art was on hold for a while as he completed his higher studies in Australia but his love for painting never ceased. In his schooldays at Royal College and Elizabeth Moir, Sanoj won many art prizes and this his first exhibition will see him exhibiting the paintings done over almost a decade.

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