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The third day of the Boutiqart Younique Mela showcased the presence of renowned artists from Kumaratuli, including the esteemed pottery artist Mintu Pal, cinema poster designer Gautam Barat, talented illustrator Kunal Barman, and theme artist Parth Jowardar. A captivating moment unfolded when Shampa Das recited a soul-stirring poem from Rabindranath Tagore's "Khanik" collection. Engaging in a stimulating discussion, film director Debashish Sen Sharma led a chat session titled "Art Beyond Boundary."
During the event, Mintu Pal emphasized how the idol-making industry has expanded its reach to international destinations such as London, America, and Dubai. Gautam Barat shared his personal journey of handcrafting movie posters and acknowledged the significant transformations in the process over time. Kunal Barman expressed his priority of focusing on artistic objectives rather than relying on media recognition. Theme artist Parth Jowardar shed light on his unique approach to working on a 3D canvas.
This gathering revealed an interesting dynamic between the experienced artists, who possess profound knowledge of traditional techniques, and the emerging artists, who excel in the digital realm but may lack familiarity with traditional practices. The Boutiqart Younique Mela continues to bridge these generational and artistic gaps, fostering a harmonious exchange of ideas and preserving the rich cultural heritage of art.