Mumbai-based art gallery Chemould Prescott Road has partnered with Quarancharity, a fund-raising platform, to support migrant workers impacted by the lockdown in India as well as animals without shelter.
The gallery has put together 14 artworks by artists Dhruvi Acharya, Aditi Singh, Tanujaa Rane, Alok Baal, Sheetal Gattani, Shakuntala Kulkarni and Meera Devidayal.
The works start at ₹8,000 (including all taxes and framing) and go upto ₹45,000. All the proceeds from the sale will go to the NGOs — Habitat for Humanity, Goonj and WFA.
These works have been on sale since June 12 and can be purchased on a first-come-first basis from Quarancharity’s website.
Here are some of the works on sale:
This 9 x 6.5 in watercolor masterpiece by Aditi Singh is priced at ₹30,000.
Alok Bal’s mixed media on paper, 5 x 7 in, is priced at ₹20,000.
Dhruvi Acharya created this 6 x 4 in artwork titled Bed I back in 2007 using ink and watercolor. It costs ₹30,000.
Tanujaa Rane’s Stillness I created in 2019 is a harmonious composition of line drawing, aquatints, and color intaglio printed on somerset handmade paper. The 8 x 8 in work is priced at ₹25,000.
Meera Devidayal created The series: Glimpses of my City back in 2015 using mixed media on photograph printed paper. The 24 x 17 in work is priced at ₹45,000.
Shakuntala Kulkarn’s Objects from Storage, 7 x 9 in costs ₹8,000.
Sheetal Gattani created this piece using an acid-free mount with charcoal & dry pastels. This 8 x 8 in piece costs ₹35,000.