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Art on Day 7 of Lockdown

Painting by Radhika Argade, Mumbai

Day 7 – Art in the time of Corona

Art in the time of Corona – hope and positivity through creativity” is an art project during coronavirus pandemic, which was announced the very next day after the national lockdown was declared by the Prime Minister of India on the night of 24th March 2020. This unique art initiative is managed by Indiaart and Khula Aasmaan. It has been supported by Finolex Industries and Mukul Madhav Foundation. Our appeal of fighting the Covid-19 pandemic with creativity of art has been well received by people of all age groups and professions. The participants in the art project – “Art in the time of Corona” are from diverse domains – school children, college students, working professionals, homemakers and senior citizens. Most of them are self taught. They all have created art using whatever they could get at home as all shops were closed during the strict national lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic.

Art in the time of coronavirus on Day 7

Here are the select artworks and their creators from day 7 of the lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic :

Origami art by Aahutosh Sharma, Panchkula, Haryana

Aahutosh is in class 7 at The Sky World School, Panchkula, Haryana.
Origami Parrot by Aahutosh Sharma, Panchkula, done during lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic for the art initiative "Art in the time of coronavirus"
Origami Parrot by Aahutosh Sharma, Panchkula, Haryana

Painting by Tanya Sharma, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan

El cafe, painting by Tanya Sharma, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, during lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic for the art project "Art in the time of Corona"
El cafe, painting by Tanya Sharma, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan
Title:- El café
medium:- watercolours on paper
size:- A4 size paper
Tanya is doing her post graduate studies in accounts from S. D. PG College, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan. She believes that her art will spread positivity in these tough times of lockdown due to corona.

Painting by Malobika Chakraborty, NCR

Ice bear – hand painted rock by Malobika
Ice bear - handpainted rock by Malobika Chakraborty, NCR
Ice bear – handpainted rock by Malobika Chakraborty, NCR
Malobika about herself and her painted rocks :
I’m a self-taught rock painter from the NCR. I’ve been painting rocks for over a year now and I love how a hand-painted rock can make people smile. Seeing the otherwise plain rocks turn into colorful art pieces gives me immense joy and this is also a sustainable gifting option. Painting rocks have helped me stay calm during this difficult period. I’m sharing pictures of the rocks that I’ve painted during this time, and my art supplies, in the hope that looking at them will bring joy and cheer to people.

Painting by Ketaki Ambardekar

Title : Freedom
Medium : Acrylic paints, paint markers with metallic pens on Canvas
Paintings by Ketaki Ambardekar on day 7 of the lockdown due to Covid-19 pandemic for the art initiative "Art in the time of Corona"
Paintings by Ketaki Ambardekar

Dot Painting by Ashish

Dot painting by Ashish on day of the lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic for the art initiative "Art in the time of Corona"
Dot painting by Ashish

Painting by Radhika Argade (class 12), Mumbai

Radhika has used colour pencils and oil pastels for this artwork.
Radhika on her artwork:
Here are Dos and Don’ts about Covid-19 (Corona Virus) : People should understand the current situation of our country and don’t be panic. Social Distancing and staying at home is very Important care we should take.
Painting by Radhika Argade, Mumbai on day 7 of the lockdown for the art project "Art in the time of Corona"
Painting by Radhika Argade, Mumbai

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This art project has been supported by :

Finolex Industries is supporting the art initiative : Art in the time of Corona - hope and creativity will fight fear and panic.
Finolex Industries is supporting the art initiative : Art in the time of Corona – hope and creativity will fight fear and panic.
Mukul Madhav Foundation is supporting the initiative : Art in the time of Corona - hope and positivity through creativity
Mukul Madhav Foundation is supporting the initiative : Art in the time of Corona – hope and positivity through creativity

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