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Kirusiya rani.veera 3/112, Pal lava Artist Village, Sirumathur Road, – 601 301. Cell ; 9894363807
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Educational Qualification:- Qualification - M.F.A. (Painting) (From Govt. Fine Arts College. Chennai) Date Brith - 26 .4 .1980

Studio: lalit kala Academy Regional center,4 greams road, Chennai-600 006.

Online Exhibition;
In additional to the exhibitions, I’ve also exhibited some of my paintings online in Online Exhibition:http://www.collectworldart.com/CWA2/artist_arts.asp?artist_id=25&country_id=1. Kindly click the above mentioned website to have glance of my paintings.
Exhibiting online at SAATCHI ONLINE andPROJEKT30 online international exhibitions
One man Show; 2012 – An Emotional soliloquy ( Art Exhibition at promenade hotel pudhucherry) 2010 – Corridor art exhibition, ( pula avenue at parkland park place chennai.) 2008 – Christy veer art exhibition ( alliance franchise pudhucherry.) 2007 – Depth Art Exhibition…...

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