‘quarantine’ by Trinath Majumder using Catchphrase ‘An entry in your diary/দিনলিপির একটি পাতা’.
“Fantastic idea and skill. Through superb use of light and shade in monochrome with water color, the creation evokes a dreamy, reflective mood of a specific time and space.”- JURY
‘Hope 1’ by Aamna Zabeen using Catchphrase Hungry walkathon/অভুক্ত “ওয়াকাথন”.
“Excellent work that reflects contemporary reality with superb use of colour and composition following the tradition of Chittaprasad and Zainul Abedin.”- JURY
Also in, Mastercrafter Award Category,
‘Hope 3’ by Aamna Zabeen using Catchphrase ‘An entry in your diary/দিনলিপির একটি পাতা’.
“Impressive idea, skillful work upholds originality as the work shows tragedy of recent times.”- JURY
‘Silence’ by Amarjit Haldar using Catchphrase ‘What you can’t see/যারে যায়না দেখা’.
“Appropriate use of color and composition creates a sense of doom in a dreamy setting. Nice work with a rather abstract look.”- JURY on FIRST TAKE
“Combining fantasy and reality, the artist creates a world of his own though the work is rather incompatible with the title.”- JURY on SECOND TAKE
‘Protection’ by Ankan Karmakar using No Catchphrase .
“Apparently funny and playful but quite implicating by deft execution.”- JURY
‘Ruminative’ by Gayatri Halder using No Catchphrase.
“Extremely intricate and delicate needle work that is charming and interesting.”- JURY
‘Soulmates’ by Mihir Khandelwal using Catchphrase ‘What you can’t see/যারে যায়না দেখা’.
“A really clever take on the catchphrase that suggests a combination of mortality and love.”- JURY
‘Journey’ by Puja Kar using Catchphrase ‘An entry in your diary/দিনলিপির একটি পাতা’.
“Nice digital work where everyday scene is frozen in a moment.”- JURY
‘Unity’ by Shubhasis Paul using Catchphrase ‘Paint your own sky/নিজেই রাঙাও নিজের আকাশ’.
“Interesting composition with a collection of portrait drawings evinces sound skill though the message appears vague. “-JURY
‘Mystery” using Catchphrase ‘What you can’t see/যারে যায়না দেখা’ and ‘Untitled’ using No Catchphrase- both done by Souvik Biswas.
“Beautiful, skillful and quite mysterious work using appropriate colors on line drawing.”- JURY on MYSTERY
“Beautiful use of color and line drawing; The influence of the Bombay School is interesting. “- JURY on UNTITLED
‘লোভ’ by Tamalika Dhar using Catchphrase ‘What you can’t see/যারে যায়না দেখা’.
“Poignant and playful, the beautiful painting, despite a rather poster orientation, clearly gets the message across.”- JURY
‘Digonto’, ‘Jomite joma jol’ and ‘Belaseshe’ by Tarak Debnath using same Catchphrase ‘ Paint your own sky/নিজেই রাঙাও নিজের আকাশ’.
“Masterly use of water color painting displays the superb skill of the artist.”- JURY on DIGONTO
“Excellent transparent water color painting testifies the impressive skill of the artist.”- JURY on JOMITE JOMA JOL
‘Pleasant to the eyes, the wonderful water color painting has, as if, colored the firmament of the artist’s mind itself.”- JURY on BELASESHE
‘Reflection’ using Catchphrase ‘What you can’t see/যারে যায়না দেখা’ and ‘Yellow’ using Catchphrase ‘Every color has a purpose/একেক রঙের একেক গল্প’- both done by Vasundhara Srinivas.
“A good digital work very creatively combining thoughts and execution with
excellent use of color. But the shadow of the stool in the mirror was to be on the right side.”- JURY on REFLECTION
“Unusually conceived and extremely sensitive work.”- JURY on YELLOW