Divine Journey: II – an exhibition of the Udaipur-based artist Lallan Singh, is opening at the Sculpture Court of the Triveni Kala Sangam from November 15 till December 7 from 11.00 am to 8.00 pm.Born on July 15, 1970 in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, Lallan Singh from a young age was intrigued by the natural beauty around him and wanted to present his imagination to the people but could not find any medium or chance. He completed his education and started earning a living, but life was simple and plain. He then stepped in the field of sculpture art. Since then he has never looked back and has been working for almost 21 years. The artist describes the journey of life as ‘Divine Journey’ of ultimate satisfaction and happiness which one gains through the work he/she does. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe Divine Realisation describes the mixed emotion of being awestruck by the complex system in which we dwell and show devotion to the almighty. Sentinel is a geometrical structure that resembles a knight. All his creations present an unparalleled artistic expression in vivid forms such as birds, mother and child, bird bath, and many more. The Turtle family is a group of sculptures that defines the essence of a family. Bird bath depicts a beautiful garden sculpture showing an environmental use, while angel spirit signifies the presence of God’s constant help for his creations. The exhibits are done mostly in black, white, pink and yellow marble. For instance, mother and child is a fine rendering in stone that depicts the perennial theme of motherhood. Clearly, the works have the power to transform, inspire and motivate people. As the artist says, these sculptures reflect his soul to which he listens, while he is creating these marvellous pieces of art.