Art & Artist Stories
The Story Behind Expensive Japanese Brushes
I went through many hardships and experienced a great deal of frustration before finally succeeding in making brushes that I could feel proud of creating.
- Yoshiyuki Hata, The Third Master, Traditional craftsperson of Kawajiri fude brush
From Motors to Strokes - Venkatesh
"To be good at what you want to do, you need to fall in love with learning" - Venkatesh
NFT - The Next Big Thing for Artists
“If you are an artist and still don't use NFT (Non-Fungible Token), you are potentially missing millions of dollars.” ― Olawale Daniel
A better artist and a better human - Eli Waduba
“If I were to be born again, I would still want to be an artist” - says Eli Waduba, the hyperrealism charcoal artist from Nigeria.
The Power of Little - Uday Kumar
“Any artist with a great ambition needs to pursue it with their whole heart and give that their 100%, taking one brave step towards doing what you love can change your world!”
Going with the Flow - Joyeeta Bose
“Patience is important. It won’t happen in a day. But you will get there if you persevere.” Says Joyeeta Bose, an artist from Kolkata.
From a Different Angle - Natasha Punjabi“Art is not a competitive field – it’s a field of free expression and creativity. Be you. Do you. That’s how you learn to be better than before.” says Natasha Punjabi, artist, entrepreneur and founder of NATANGLE.
Shaping Beautiful Minds - Vaishnavi Giri
“A lot of people think that being an artist is different from being a storyteller. Both of those things are quite similar. Every artist is a storyteller. The only difference is in how they tell their stories.” says Vaishnavi Giri an artist, entrepreneur and children’s book illustrator.
The Wall is my Canvas - Sneha Chakraborty
Once I paint a mural, it’s for the rest of the world to experience.” says Sneha Chakraborty, a travelling muralist from Pune.
And Art for All - Alamelu AnnhamalaiA typical day in the life of an artist is not the same every day. You will make mistakes, but it’s up to you to learn from them and set your own terms.” says Alamelu Annhamalai, an independent artist from Chennai.
Donning the Green Hat - Aishwarya Manivannan
“All of us can help in some way and by helping people out, we learn from them and the more we learn, we come to realize that all things are connected.” Says Aishwarya Manivannan, an Educator and the founder of Maisha Studio.
The Beauty of Symmetry - Puriya Onkar“There’s so much to learn around you, especially from nature. What you go through as a person shapes you as an artist. So you should be like a sponge and soak everything up.” Says Puriya Onkar, a Mandala artist.
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