True to the title, the softly alluring paintings by Radhika Goenka captured the eyes of the beholder showering joy and spirituality through them.
The evening ended on a high note at Tao Art Gallery, Worli. Tao Art Gallery is established as a foundation to support and promote art and culture within India and abroad.
“And the Flowers Showered” was inaugurated by Abhishek Bachchan, who along with the crime of the corporate world as well as the society praised and encouraged the budding artist. Chhaya Momaya, Lubna Allan, Kalpana Shah, Shailaija patil, Bijal meswani, Mamta Dalal Nita Ambani Sister, Purnima Dalal Nita Ambani’s mother,Parvez Damania, Vijay Kalantri Ashish Raheja, Debbo Bharma, Swapan Bharma, Ravi Kiran Aggarwal and Pujit Aggarwal, Varuna Jani, Malti Jain, Lata Patel. The exhibition, a Welspun Group initiative, which was for a noble cause.
Abhishek Bachchan said “'Shunya' is understood to be the most minimum denominator for any existence, experience or even realization. Yet, 'Shunya' is all encompassing; can perhaps embrace all the world's possibilities in any field. A person as young as Radhika endeavoring to journey across from 'Shunya to Bodhisattva/self-realization' in her paintings is a formidable task for anyone to reflect upon. Hence, instead of daring to do so, I suppose, I should just state as to how humbled I feel in having the opportunity to inaugurate her quest in spiritual creativity, through her outstanding work"
Shining the spotlight on the beautiful strokes of the paintings, “And The Flowers Showered” is an exhibition is an expression of Radhika’s personal quest of her artistic creativity. The proceeds of the exhibitions will go to the NGO Akanksha Foundation which helps the children of Akanksha Foundation to be equipped with the education and skills needed to lead empowered lives. Radhika is personally attached to these children of the Akanksha Foundation and is regularly doing something fruitful for them.