Not guns and gunny but art and gunny

Wild animals killed by poachers usually end up inside gunny bags. But talented young artists Imalka Gunasekare and Hiran Tharaka are capturing wild animals on gunny bags. Their maiden exhibition of wildlife paintings done on gunny bags will be held on May 11 and 12 at the National Art Gallery .
Conscious and inspired

The importance of a thriving art culture in any functioning society is a topic that will get you several different responses. You will find some who will speak of it as a necessity in a functioning society, and others who don’t really see it as something so important. Sunara Jayamanne (23), an artist who currently resides in Mount Lavinia is one of those people who regards free and abundant artistic expression to be of the utmost importance.

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