Hey everyone, your friend Sara here! Welcome to my vibrant ‘Art with Sara’ section for kids.
Here I publish the works of young artists who share their beautiful work and their passion for artwork in form of a write-up!
15 year old Isha Suman, a Bookosmian from Jamshedpur loves making Madhubani art and shares her beautiful work with us. I love knowing more about vibrant Indian art. Do you enjoy it too?
Isha is a student of S D S M School for Excellence, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand.
My recent art work is of Radha Krishna and it is also a Mithila painting.
I have been drawing since a very young age. I never really hesitated as in the beginning people around me were really encouraging. And any kind of artwork helps people to understand you in a better way.
Every time I choose to take different subjects as there are a diverse range of artforms.
I love making Madhubani paintings as it tells the story in different frames majorly about the rituals and culture of festivals and special occasions of Mithila.
These paintings are made of bright natural colours and are famous for their geometrical patterns. And they also have very defining figures also.
When my brain gets filled with thoughts I just pour them on the paper. And then it feels nice and light. But seriously, when I start working on any painting I just think about when is it going to complete!
While making it, my art becomes my world for me and every time I make anything different from the previous one, it lets me think from a different perspective.
I make sure every picture I draw should have a story. So that whoever sees it, should know its base and what it is trying to depict.
This is also a reason I chose to make Mithila paintings primarily.
For instance, my recent Radha Krishna painting tells us about the true love and connection they have.