Islamabad (Adnan Hameed): The Pakistan National Council of Arts (PNCA) proudly presents a mesmerizing exhibition titled “Dance with Colours” featuring abstract expressionist paintings by the esteemed artist Sherzada Khalid Iqbal. This captivating showcase of artistic brilliance is currently on display at the PNCA premises in Islamabad.

The event, which commenced on May 8, 2024, was inaugurated with great fervor and enthusiasm, underscoring the PNCA’s commitment to promoting cultural exchange and artistic innovation. Renowned personalities from various spheres, including His Excellency Maen KHREASAT, the esteemed Ambassador of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to Pakistan, Chairman CPCD Ambassador Salahuddin Chaudhary graced the occasion, honoring it with their esteemed presence.

H.E Mr. Maen KHREASAT, serving as the chief guest, delivered an impassioned address, applauding Sherzada Khalid Iqbal’s unparalleled artistic talent. He commended the artist’s adeptness in conveying profound emotions through vibrant colors and evocative brushwork. Of particular note was a painting symbolizing the nurturing essence of Mother Earth, which Maen KHREASAT hailed as a testament to the artist’s spiritual depth and insight.

The Director General of PNCA, Ayub Jamali, echoed these sentiments, emphasizing the unique fusion of abstract and impressionistic styles showcased in Sherzada Khalid Iqbal’s artworks. He remarked on the philosophical underpinnings embedded within each masterpiece, reflecting the artist’s contemplation of life’s intricacies and mysteries.

The exhibition has attracted a diverse array of visitors, including art aficionados, foreign dignitaries, and members of the media, all of whom have been enraptured by the sheer brilliance of Sherzada Khalid Iqbal’s creations.

Shehzada Khalid Iqbal’s oeuvre, characterized by its rich symbolism and profound imagery, has garnered widespread acclaim both domestically and internationally. H.E Mr. Maen KHREASAT expressed his belief that these masterpieces are deserving of further recognition on the global stage through high-profile exhibitions abroad.

The exhibition will continue to grace the halls of PNCA until May 14, 2024, welcoming visitors daily from 10 am to 6 pm, with Saturdays being closed.

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