Paraplegic painter Abhimanyu Sekhon brings nature to life on canvas
Chandigarh-based lawyer and painter Abhimanyu Sekhon is currently exhibiting his paintings at the Government Museum and Art Gallery in Sector 10 in the city. His work shows that physical disability is no barrier to pursuing what one loves.
27-year-old Sekhon, who is a paraplegic, has exhibited his work across India. This is his fifth solo exhibition in the country.
Sekhon travels to various places, takes pictures, and then paints during weekends. Nature plays a big part in all of his paintings.
Sekhon started painting less than 10 years ago. He was inspired by nature to start painting seriously. His favourite colours are green and yellow.
He paints with water colours and acrylic colours.
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