Day 19 of Art in Covid-19 pandemic

Art in the time of Corona – hope and positivity through creativity” is an art project which encouraged Art in Covid-19 pandemic to fight fear and panic. This art project is managed by Indiaart and Khula Aasmaan and supported by Finolex Industries and Mukul Madhav Foundation. We are presenting Art in Covid-19 pandemic, created by children, young adults as well as others. Featured below are the select artworks from day 19 of Art in Covid-19 pandemic, to fight the fear and panic and follow “wear mask” and “stay safe”.

Select artworks from “Art in Covid-19 pandemic” – day 19

Painting by Varjavan Dastoor, Pune

Varjavan Dastoor working on his artwork
Joy, painting by Varajavan Dastoor, Pastel on Paper, 9 x 12 inches


Description: I met her a while ago and became friends with her instantly. I hope through this artwork that she can bring some measure of joy, however fleeting as she brought to me.

Painting by Darsh Yagnik (class 2), Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Stay Home, Stay Safe, Wear Mask – painting by Darsh Yagnik


​Pencil sketch by Vani Hirpara (class 9)​, Surat, Gujarat 

Lord Buddha, pencil sketch by Vani Hirpara (class 9), Surat, Gujarat – size A3


Mother Teresa, pencil sketch by Vani Hirpara (class 9), Surat, Gujarat – size A3


Painting by Shreeya Agrawal, Titilagarh, Odisha​

Painting by Shreeya Agrawal, Titilagarh, Odisha​


​Pencil sketch by Anil Bhatia, Chandigarh, Punjab 

Selfie time in Quarantine, pencil sketch by Anil Bhatia, Chandigarh

Description: The artwork shows the togetherness of partners in these testing times.

I draw it on normal paper with a dark pencil. I take 3 hours to complete.​

​My name is Anil Bhatia from Chandigarh. I am really thankful to Indiaart and Finolex Pipes group for giving an opportunity to the common man to show their art and skill to the public.

I used to do sketching since childhood days because it was always my passion and hobby. Now I try to refresh my hands for this work after almost 12 years.

We pray for all the people for their safety in this existing pandemic and special thanks for real heroes of the Nation.​


Painting by​ Jayashree Jadhav​

Stay safe, wear a mask, wash your hands and follow social distancing – painting by Jayashree Jadhav


Painting by Shweta Shinde

Painting by Shweta Shinde


Pencil sketch by Ronak Jha (class 8), Gwalior​, Madhya Pradesh 

Pencil sketch by Ronak Jha (class 8)

​Details of the Sketch: Character “Eleven” or “Jane” 

From Netflix series, Strangers Things.​


​Creation by Mrs. Archana Vedant Joshi, Rajkot, Gujarat​ 

Learning toy for kids by Archana Vedant Joshi

Learning toy for kids. English Alphabets and Gujarati Alphabets

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Finolex Industries is supporting the art project : Art in Covid-19 pandemic to fight fear and panic apart from following “Stay Safe” and “Wear Mask”

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