“I never ever want to stop painting,” says 15 year old Dharini A from Mysore
Hey everyone, your friend Sara here! Welcome to my colourful ‘Art with Sara’ section.
Here I publish the writings of young artists who not only share their beautiful work, but also manage an equally challenging task of ‘expressing their art.’
Today’s artwork is by an incredibly talented young artist who is as passionate as brillitant.
Art, what I believed it to be, was a way of expressing feelings which are inexpressible in words.
Eventually I learned that it could be done simply to satisfy oneself or just for joy.
But what does my art mean to me? Surely my artworks do not just mean a
mere collection to me. It is a valuable collection that constantly reminds me of my hard work and sometimes I also think of wonderful memories associated with the paintings.
Back in 2015,my mum put me in art classes, where I started to master my basics. After all the question is what kept me coming to art all the time?
I think that every photo taken, comes in with a memory. The very same way, I paint because every painting transforms into a beautiful moment in my mind.
Those beautiful moments gives me so much bliss and joy that i never want to stop painting.
I remember one such event ,when I was gazing at my painting of goddess Saraswati. I had found the picture in a book and it kept reminding me of the stories in the book.
Every time I completed a part of the painting or even the whole picture it gave me a sense of accomplishment.
That immense joy that I experienced was just an excellent experience.
So that is my story. I never ever want to stop painting .