Art From My Heart
"A rt is a creative skill with a high degree of imagination. One needs to have the final outcome in the mind in some form or other before it gets transmitted to his hand as a series of lines or brush strokes.
Art is a magical mystery. It is the magical ability of observing things around us. Not everyone possesses the ability to see and draw. That's why artists are often regarded as persons with a rare God-given talent - the talent of observation and imagination.
Art is different than other skills. It is difficult to acquire this skill by learning unless one is really passionate about it and possesses at least some hidden talent of it. Art is not something that can be learned in days or months. It is something to be practiced, mastered and more than anything enjoyed whole heartedly. If one cannot enjoy what he is doing he cannot become an Artist.
An Artist is a psychologist who depicts the psychological feelings of things (both living and non-living) in the world. He is the ultimate transformer who can transform pigments of colors into beautiful paintings or even transform a 2mm graphite stick into a beautiful drawing that one cannot imagine. In many ways an Artist is truly a creator.
Every art work is different and every finished art work gives a great pleasure to the Artist.
Art is the God's gift in one's life. Every child is born with a fresh and blank mind with all kinds of hidden skills gifted by the God. But, not every child becomes an Artist or will possess the skills to become one. I believe the environment and persons around us in our childhood have a strong impact on the personality we develop and the skills we acquire by ourselves.
Subjects of Art can be broadly classified into three categories- landscapes, portraits, and objects.
My Approach: Realism
My approach to art is realism. My Art represents things, people and their feelings around us, mostly the time that they lived in.
Repetition is the key to learning. One should practice, practice, and p ractice to become an Artist. And most of all, one should enjoy every line and stroke of his/her work to become a true Artist."