Hey everyone, your friend Sara here! Welcome to my colourful ‘Art with Sara’ section.
Here I publish the writings of young artists who not only share their beautiful work, but also manage an equally challenging task of ‘expressing your art.’
Today I share the art work of 8 year old Ruta Deshpande from Mysore. Ruta is a student of Manasarowar Pushkarini Vidyashrama. She is delighted with her art classes at The Hobby Place, for nurturing his talent.
I learnt Warli art in my first and second medley class from Karuna mam.
I loved Warli art a lot because it had many interesting things like cooking, bullock carts, hens, animals, human, trees, huts and many other things. It creates a happy scene of a village with everyone doing fun work.
Another thing which I like about Warli art, is we can make many things like human beings, hens, cow only with a circle, triangle and lines.
I enjoy drawing cooking part with pot on fire, sticks, someone doing mixing and someone grinding something.
The beautiful part of Warli painting is how people dance in circle hand in hand. I see Warli art everywhere, on the walls, bedsheets, even my mother has saree with Warli art.
I always enjoyed art. I felt very nice and I felt that I could do it. Thanks to my teacher for teaching and encouragement.