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Art on Day 20 of Lockdown

Painting by Raghav Sheth (9 years), Satara, Maharashtra

Day 20 of Art in coronavirus lockdown

Art in the time of Corona – hope and positivity through creativity” is an art project which encouraged creation of art in coronavirus lockdown to encourage creative expression by children, college students and others. This art project is managed by Indiaart and Khula Aasmaan and supported by Finolex Industries and Mukul Madhav Foundation. Featured below are the select artworks from day 20 of Art in coronavirus lockdown. Several artworks acknowledge the stellar role played by the Covid-19 warriors such as the doctors, health workers, police and other government officials.

Select artworks from “Art in coronavirus lockdown” – day 20

Artwork by Lakshmi Sukanya, Bengaluru, Karnataka

Lakshmi Sukanya from Bangalore working on her creation - art for hope and positivity through creativity
Lakshmi Sukanya from Bangalore working on her creation – art for hope and positivity through creativity
Creative expression by Lakshmi Sukanya, Bangalore for Art in coronavirus lockdown
Creative expression by Lakshmi Sukanya, Bangalore for Art in coronavirus lockdown

I have been practicing Mandala Art, Dot painting, pour Painting and other forms of Art. These are the source of peace and satisfaction that I get after long working hours…From small Pebbles to canvas to fridge magnets, I love creating new artwork almost every day. I strongly believe in the positive vibes that are generated by any form of Art.

Painting by Nishi Verma, Hyderabad, Telangana 

Tree Spirit (Goddess), painting by Nishi verma, Hyderabad - Art in coronavirus lockdown - hope and positivity through creativity
Tree Spirit (Goddess), painting by Nishi verma, Hyderabad

Amidst covid-19 , we have seen nature at its best. This artwork clearly showcases the eternal power of nature in maintaining the balance of earth. A woman in it is showcasing Mother nature.

Mother Nature provides us with all the healing, health, and vitality that we need. It’s up to us to harness that power and bring these natural elixirs into our lives so we can lead a glorious, happy, healthy, and long life! There’s something to be said about the “magical” effects that Mother Nature has on humans, us.

Art is my therapy and encourages every person out there to engage in such mentally soothing activities during this difficult time.  

I am a working professional. In this fast moving world of competition  I never got enough time ,resources and support to follow my passion. This lockdown is a blessing in disguise which gave me an opportunity to do what I love. I am a self taught artist. I define myself as a magician  of sorts , turning thoughts of wonderment into pieces of originality. Each creation showcases my own personal journey. Passion runs through my veins and my emotions are fuel to my craft. When you glance over my work you are catching a glimpse of my soul. I am an  Artist by soul. Paintings that indicate the physicality of nature , vitality of life and sense of freedom.

Painting by Rudraksh Baranwal, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

About myself:-

I love to do paintings and sketching and it was missing in the past one month.. during this quarantine I was very frustrated not because of the complete shutdown but because of the missing platform and Indiaart gave me this opportunity to make this happen and bring out something better rather than sitting idle.

Stay Home, Stay Safe, Stay Creative - painting by Rudraksh Baranwal, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh - spread hope and positivity through creativity
Stay Home, Stay Safe, Stay Creative – painting in pencil colours by Rudraksh Baranwal, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh (size A4)

This painting is about the safety measures that we should take to protect ourselves from corona virus that frequently wash our hands,use masks,avoid contact with anyone and use soaps and sanitizer for our safety.

Covid-19 Warriors of India, painting by Rudraksh Baranwal, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh - spread hope and positivity
Covid-19 Warriors of India, painting by Rudraksh Baranwal, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

This painting is about the current warriors of our nation India. Our doctors, policemen, helping person’s like sweepers, vegetable seller’s,etc. They are protecting us by providing their duties while everyone is staying home. Full nation is locked but not for them,they are still giving their duties just to make sure that every person is safe at their place.

Painting by Harshada Deshmukh, Pune, Maharshtra

Painting by Harshada Deshmukh, Pune
Painting by Harshada Deshmukh, Pune

I am an educationist, and the managing director for a group of institutions and school in Pune and founder director of an NGO. I enjoy pastel on paper. Though I get very little time to pursue my hobby. This painting after a long time has given me immense joy.

Here is a painting by Veerangini Deshmukh (3.5 years) who is the daughter of Harshada Deshmukh.

Painting by Veerangini Deshmukh (3.5 years) - Art in coronavirus lockdown
Painting by Veerangini Deshmukh (3.5 years) – Art in coronavirus lockdown

Painting by Divya Agarwal, Shirohi, Rajasthan 

Colorful Love of Mom and Daughter by Divya Agarwal, Shirohi, Rajasthan - Art in coronavirus lockdown to spread hope and positivity
Colorful Love of Mom and Daughter by Divya Agarwal, Shirohi, Rajasthan – Art in coronavirus lockdown to spread hope and positivity

Divya currently lives in Mumbai.

As I am very close to my mother and share a special bond with her, hence I dedicate my painting to her.

Painting by Shivangini Basak

Painting by Shivangini Basak (5 years) - creative expression by children as part of Art in coronavirus lockdown
Painting by Shivangini Basak (5 years) – creative expression by children as part of Art in coronavirus lockdown

Shivangini has done this painting with earbuds and leaf and toothbrush.

Salute to Indian Police, painting by Raghav Sheth, Satara, Maharashtra

Salute to Covid-19 warriors, painting by Raghav Sheth (9 years), Satara - art to spread hope and positivity
Salute to Covid-19 warriors, painting by Raghav Sheth (9 years), Satara, Maharashtra

Pencil Sketch by Sohali Shyam, Durgapur, West Bengal

Pencil Sketch by Sohali Shyam, Durgapur, West Bengal
Pencil Sketch by Sohali Shyam (class 10), Gopalmath Girls High School, Durgapur, West Bengal

Painting by Suchit Daga (class 6), Guwahati, Assam

Artwork by Suchit Daga (class 6), Guwahati, Assam
Artwork by Suchit Daga (class 6), Guwahati, Assam

Painting by Ruchit Daga (class 4), Guwahati, Assam

Artwork by Ruchit Daga (class 4), Guwahati, Assam
Artwork by Ruchit Daga (class 4), Guwahati, Assam

Painting by Ruchit Daga (class 4), Guwahati, Assam

Painting by Oleti Likhitha Madhuri 

United India fight with corona by Oleti Likhitha Madhuri - Art in coronavirus lockdown to spread hope and positivity
United India fight with corona by Oleti Likhitha Madhuri, Medium: Colour pencils, oil pastels and watercolors   Size: A4

 

Painting by Manasi Jaiswal, Narsingpur, Madhya Pradesh

Covid-19 Warriors by Manasi Jaiswal, Narsingpur, Madhya Pradesh - Art in coronavirus lockdown for spreading hope and positivity through creativity
Covid-19 Warriors by Manasi Jaiswal, Narsingpur, Madhya Pradesh – Art in coronavirus lockdown for spreading hope and positivity

Painting by Amrita Kaur Khalsa

Oneness by Amrita Kaur Khalsa - Art in coronavirus lockdown spread hope, positivity and optimism by creativity and painting
Oneness by Amrita Kaur Khalsa – Art in coronavirus lockdown spread hope, positivity and optimism by creativity and painting

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Finolex Industries is supporting the art project "Art in coronavirus lockdown" to encourage creativity and painting on to create hope and positivity and to salute Covid-19 warriors
Finolex Industries is supporting the art project “Art in coronavirus lockdown” to encourage creativity and painting on to create hope and positivity and to salute Covid-19 warriors

Mukul Madhav Foundation is supporting the art project "Art in coronavirus lockdown" to encourage creativity and painting on to create hope and positivity and to salute Covid-19 warriors.
Mukul Madhav Foundation is supporting the art project “Art in coronavirus lockdown” to encourage creativity and painting on to create hope and positivity and to salute Covid-19 warriors.

 

 

 

 

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation. It was good to see that this project idea was very well received by people from across the country. The kind of response and participation that one can see has been very satisfying.

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