Raising awareness through art

Museum of Nepali Art invites art enthusiasts to understand the importance of preserving our culture through Raj Prakash Man Tuladhar and Sushila Singh’s masterpieces

18, Jul 2022 | nepaltraveller.com

Artists Raj Prakash Man Tuladhar and Sushila Singh are showcasing their best works at the Museum of Nepali Art this month to raise awareness of conserving our culture and heritage.

Growing up surrounded by culture, religion and history, Tuladhar creates art focusing on conserving our culture and its authenticity. Someone who likes to put dimension to his craft, all of his art works speak to the viewers. 

Tuladhar never attended formal college studies but learnt his skills through some of the best teachers of ‘paubha’ in Nepal. Well-known for his blend of striking figures and richly coloured paubha paintings, Tuladhar’s art on exhibit depicts how we are unaware of losing the value of our religious sites, monuments and culture.

Recipient of two national awards for her artwork—one of which is showcased at the ongoing exhibition—Singh, on the other hand, is a pen and ink and ceramic artist. She gives life to temples and treats them as though they are living, breathing among us. 

She started creating ink line artworks almost two decades ago and has a distinct artistic style that immediately attracts onlookers with lines maturing into pagoda-shaped temples.

Tuladhar and Singh’s artwork will be showcased at the Museum of Nepal Art till July 30, 2022.

Ticket price: Rs. 250

Visiting Hours:

Monday through Friday - 12 PM to 7 PM

Saturday and Sunday - 10 AM to 7 PM

Text By-Lasta Shahi

Photos By- Bidyash Dangol

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