Day 3 – Art during lockdown
Painting by Dherender Sharma, Udaipur
Papier mache work by Gauri Ketkar, Pune
Artwork by Tanvi Shah, Surat
Tanvi Shah uses scrap and junk products to give it a new meaning and a whole new purpose.
Tanvi Shah on her work : In this project of mine I have used plastic bottles of shampoo, talc powder, detergent liquid, perfumes etc.; to make the statement show piece or vases.
I have painted them with chalk paints. I Have also given 2 of these bottles some texture with the help of tissue paper. This project is inspired by the artist Foekje Fleur. I was accumulating the plastic bottles and caps for a while. I find these different shapes of the plastic bottles quite interesting. I always like to give my project a unique name and I gave this project name “Trash to Treasure” because literally we dump these into the trash and never try to think of any usages out of the same. Hence the name. I just loved the end result of this project and I am sure you’ll will love it too.
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