Children are made to appreciate art and craft through the eyes of the masters. Various artists, sculptors and craftsmen from across the word are taken and integrated through the arts curriculum of the school. A few examples are showcased below:
Aashna Grade VII, takes us to another abstract work of Ram Kumar, who notably reveled in abstract and realist way of artwork. Aashna explores the ochre, green and yellow symbols of v
Kashmeera of Grade IXth draws the serene and mystical Benares as painted by Ram Kumar. The seamless proficiency of Ram Kumar continues to inspire us with the topography of Benares banks with the shades of ochre, rusts and yellow interspersed within.
Kashish Grade 9, makes us draw parallels between the artist Ram Kumar’s fortes of figurative journey into common man’s lives. The vibrancy and acceptance jotted in ram Kumar’s painting is well exhibited here.
Kashish Grade 9, makes us draw parallels between the artist Ram Kumar’s fortes of a figurative journey into common man’s lives. The vibrancy and acceptance jotted in ram Kumar’s painting is well exhibited here.
Aishani, Grade VIIth, paints here the distinct mirage like impression of Benares as seen in Ram Kumar’s work. The structure of his painting looks more like an expanse of cities, with skies and water assimilating all into one.
S. H. Raza was an Indian Artist who created an amalgam of Indian spirituality and divinity into his art with the creation of series BINDU. Raza incorporated the cosmological and metaphysical elements to create that which is logical and abstract at the same time. His paintings remarkably assemble the Indian ethos, which have mystery woven into it, with just a ‘Bindu’ in other words a ‘dot’.
Anirudh of grade IV, reminds us about the passion and depth of Raza’s work and the “omnipresent BINDU”, brings us to the many spiritual and cosmological interpretation encapsulated within it.
Abhyas. Grade IV, brings out the harmony amongst mundane thngs through this painting. An abstract, inspired By SH RAZA, centered around the emphasis on “BINDU” which is synonymous to “birth” a kind of beginning.
Delisha, Grade V, mesmerize us with the adoption of the vibrancy and abstractness of Raza’s painting in her drawing.
Vanshika of Grade VI, draws Raza’s work to perfection with her note to detail drawing skills. S.H.Raza’s legacy of weaving notions of our culture to sensitize lay men through art can be seen here.
Aarna Kapil, Grade VTH’s attempt to blend her pencil work into bring out the five elements of natur,e as showcased in Raza’s painting, once again connects us with the subtlety and sensitivity, with which he put his perspective on nature forward.
The Manaskriti league of artists evoke passion and serenity into Indian arts through the works of the legendary Bengali Artist, Jamini roy. Roy who was known for reviving Indian folk art of Kalighat Paintings, through his paintings, with the abandoning of European models of “Modern Art” swiftly made his mark through bold brush strokes and with the canvassing of epics like Mahabharata and Ramayana.
Drawn by Vidi, grade Vth, the bold details of Kalighat style painting, absorbed by Jamini roy in his paintings here, showing Goddess Parvati with lord Ganesha ass a baby, are here admiringly inspiring us about our ethos and religious legacy.
The blue-bold detailing of a “Gwala Krishna” as in Jamini roys painting is here adoringly drawn by Anushka Bisht of Grade VIIIth. This Reminds us of the connection drawn by Roy from the scriptures and epic sagas of our culture like that of Mahabharata.
Touching all shades of life, Roy was keen on canvassing the mundane and ordinary lvies, Aashna Sethi of Grade VIIth here sketches A Bengali Bride sitting, adorned with jewelry as drawn by Jamini Roy.
Aryan Singh, here exemplifies another of Roy’s painting, which covers the rural facet of a woman’s life. This painting is replete with bold brush strokes and a spin from Kalighat stylism.