Women paintings by child artists and young artists
Women’s Day special
Here are some incredible examples of children’s art and young art from Khula Aasmaan. All these artworks by child artists and young artists feature a woman. It is interesting to see this very different perspective of how the young in India look at woman as a subject and paint it. Happy to feature beautiful paintings on Women’s Day.
I have already presented the first part of the special collection of paintings by women painters. As I have said in my earlier blog post, this was the first part of a series of posts which will feature women painters and their paintings. Will continue to feature women painters and their paintings throughout this month i.e. March 2019.
Khula Aasmaan has emerged as a wonderful platform for children and young adults. You would have seen wonderful child art and young art by child artists and young artists over more than two years now. Since its launch in October 2016, children and young adults from all over India and beyond have enthusiastically participated in Khula Aasmaan.
Featured paintings by child artists and young artists
Painting by Ahana Mukherjee
Painting by Ananya Aloke
Ananya (born : 2004) does home schooling at Navi Mumbai.
Painting by Anuri Madhuashis
Anuri (born : 2010) is from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Dungarpur, Rajasthan
Painting by Pradeep Himirika
Pradeep (born : 2000) is a student of IIT Bombay, Powai.
He has painted this tribal woman in soft pastels on paper, size – 16.53 x 11.69 inches.
Painting by Swayam Mane
Swayam (born : 2002) is from G. S. Jangid Memorial School, Mumbai. Swayam has painted this beautiful Indira Gandhi portrait. The challenge of a portrait painting is not only to get the face features and skin tones right but to also make an artistic comment on the character of the subject. Young artist Swayam has managed to do that so effectively in this Indira Gandhi painting.
Women painting in children’s art
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