“The colour combination in Ganjifa, makes this art work more appealing,” says 11 year old Amogh Kaushik from Mysore R.S. 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 I share the work of 11 year old Amogh Kaushik. R.S. from Mysore
Amogh has always enjoyed drawing and painting from his childhood days. His favourite topic is usually motor bikes. Amogh is a student of Kautilya Vidyalaya, Mysore. He is delighted with his art classes at The Hobby Place, for nurturing his talent.
Apart from basics in drawing or just drawing as a hobby, Ganjifa Art is the first art form in drawing, I learnt from my teacher at the art class. That is one of the reasons for me to choose to do Ganesha.
Ganjifa means playing cards. The cards are typically circular although some rectangular decks have been produced.
The step-by-step instructions from sir, helped me learn the basics of Ganjifa art and complete the art work with ease.
The colour combination makes this art work more appealing. My creativity is also shown in this art work.
I love canvas painting and has recently done one on Radha-Krishna.