Creating Wonders On Canvas

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    • Publish Date: May 29 2016 5:54PM
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Creating Wonders On Canvas

Maya Burman

I like her for the fantasy elements in her paintings. She creates wonders on canvas, using ink, pen and watercolours. She is at par with her male counterparts in terms of spontaneity, imagination and last but not the least, colour combination in her works. She is indeed inspiring as a female artist, standing tall and proud in a world constantly dominated by men.
Dipayan Pal, class IX, Don Bosco School, Bandel, Kolkata 

Anjolie Ela Menon

It’s a man’s world and whatever field women choose, they have to compete and prove themselves twice over. In the field of painting and art, the first names that come to mind are of male artists. The fact that Anjali Ela Menon features in the list of Indian artists is amazing. All her paintings evoke an extraordinary sensibility.  

Spandana Singh, class IX, Meridian School, Hyderabad
 
Bharti Kher 
Bharti Kher is contemporary experimental and innovative. Though she has been brought up in England she has given the Indian Bindi a whole new meaning. She uses it extensively in her works. Highly regarded for her sculptural works, Kher has also produced paintings and installations that challenge cultural and social taboos in India. 
Trupti K, class X, Franks School, Bangalore 
 
Kara Walker
Kara Walker needs twice the applause for her art works, first for being a fearless woman who protests racism and atrocities against women through her stark art and, second, for her signature medium, that of black cut-outs against a white wall, which are definitely astounding in their artistic appeal and unique in the their aesthetic element. I find her an extremely intriguing artist.
Rohan Joshi, class IX, Don Bosco School, Mumbai
 
 

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