ISLAMABAD A group show of five painters including Ambreen Anjum, Tanvir Ka-usar, Shahzad Kausar, Naf-eesa Kausar and Hanif Khan will begin here at the Jharoka Art Gallery, F-8/1, on Tuesday at 5.30 pm. The gallery has preferred to term the show as 'colours of summer that reflect the essence of the exhibits. About 30 art pieces would be put on display that belong to abstract genre of art to impressionistic to realistic landscapes. The exhibition may serve to a diverse group of art lovers in the town who would like to have a variety of art pieces at one show to select from. Ambreen Anjum is an emer-ging artist from Bahawalpur who has done her Masters in Fine Arts from Islamia University Bahawa-lpur in 2009. She has done her most of work in abstract form. Her work on life in sea is rather remarkable pieces of expressionism in bold and sharp colours. Her exhibits show that she takes inspiration from nature and human behaviour. She is quite good in using the different tones of pallet to create smooth imagery. Tanvir Kauser belongs to Chakwal and has painted the local heritage architecture in impressionistic style. His son Shezad Kauser has preferred to paint the village landscape in bold and sharp colours whereas his daughter Nafisa Kausar painted alone boats on riverside. The self-taught family of three artists is from Chakwal, and has shown their love for the beautiful and historical of Pothohar region. They have painted beautiful landscape of Chakwal, forts such as Rohtas and Katas, lush green fields, an impressive and breath taking look of countryside with a touch of village life. Hanif Khan is from Islama-bad and he is very talented and veteran in his field of calligraphy, which also contains the Islamic motifs as a strong visual backdrop to the paintings. He used to mix up Islamic architecture and calligraphy in his paintings. His artwork reflects a combination of great history of Islamic civilisation and Quranic verses. The exhibition will continue till 4 August between 11 am to 7 pm daily except Sunday.