The World Movement for Indian Fine Arts was born under the authority of the ‘The World Community of Indian Culture & Traditional Disciplines’ to support, diffuse and protect the various arts in every aspect: visual, expressive, manual, bodily, martial arts etc.
From fine Arts to handcrafts, from a poetic expression to that of a bodily expression. It’s not important what one does but how one does it, because it is a skilled task taking something simple and making a masterpiece of it.
There are no limits to the beauty of Art, nor in a work of Art.
Only the work of those who operate with love and serious dedication who search deep inside their souls…can be called Art.
This is the important component that renders a job, an artifact, a picture, a gesture, an expression, a sound – Sublime Art. An Art to respect, therefore not commercialized, clean and possibly objective.
For this reason the ‘World Movement for Indian Fine Arts’ has set up an Award for those who excel in this ability, whatever the typology or theme may be.
The ability in the action.
Because an artist, talented, pure and inspired can whisper in Gods ear.
This artist has the duty to respect the talent he has been given, and like the great Leonardo Da Vinci taught, to raise one’s own art to the point that you surpass that of your Master.
Leonardo maintained that only in this way could one’s art or ability grow to even higher levels. If the artist does not surpass his teacher, when he becomes a teacher he will inevitably teach an inferior art to that which he has learnt.
Instead it is important to use the teachers’ experiences as a trampoline to improve and grow. A commitment owed to the Masters, for in this way they will be honored.
The tradition, the history, the Parampara, these are like the roots of a flower, of a plant.
If a flower or a plant is deprived from its roots, it can maintain itself for a day or a week, but in the end it will die leaving only a dry and infertile thing.
With good roots however, the flower can multiply and expand making other flourishing flowers. Conclusively, art is knowledge. The more you understand it, the closer you get to understanding God.