“I enjoyed learning the Cheriyal art form!” says 7 year old Radhika Banerjee from Singapore
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 their art.’
Today 7 year old Radhika Banerjee from Singapore shares her excitement with us, after participating in MeMeraki’s brilliant art workshops, which are run to revive the attention that ancient Indian art forms deserve.
It was my summer holidays and I did an art class.
I learnt a new form of art called Cheriyal painting.
I liked the way the shapes were used to draw the painting. In Cheriyal painting, they use primary colours to paint.
I drew a lady with a basket with oranges.
I spoke to my friends about it. It was great fun!