Says Satish Patil, whose brainchild has given birth to this movement, “we are simple artists, not some social organisation that can collect millions. What we aspire to do is to simply get our works together and give the proceeds to help farmers in whatever way we can. I am so glad that Gracy Singh and Mudasir Ali are standing by us for this cause. ”
It was actually a thought that was ruminating in Satish’s mind for long. Says he, “I discussed it with my friends, and they in turn discussed with their friends and soon we had a movement.”
When you appreciate the effort, Satish prefers to be straight and to the point, “It is not large or something out of the world, our thought. It is something that I think everyone of us should think about and put into action,” says Satish as he speaks of his painter friends. “If each of us opens our hearts and pockets, there would be no starving farmer in India.”
Sanyog is on at Coomaraswamy Hall, Prince of Wales Museum, Fort, from 26th April to 28th April.