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Five-year-old’s sketches make a mark at Lamakaan

Five-year-old’s sketches make a mark at Lamakaan
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Art is one of the few professions which has no age to begin with conveys, Nithya Tejaswi, a fiveyearold girl, who loves to paint, draw, sketch, and write The multifaceted girl sometimes likes to present many of her talents on the same canvas Over a hundred of her artworks were exhibited at Lamakaan recently

Banjara Hills: Art is one of the few professions which has no age to begin with conveys, Nithya Tejaswi, a five-year-old girl, who loves to paint, draw, sketch, and write. The multi-faceted girl sometimes likes to present many of her talents on the same canvas. Over a hundred of her artworks were exhibited at Lamakaan recently.

Her drawings are inspired from the nature, surrounding areas and comic events of life. Tejaswi likes to bring day to day life events alive through canvas like the trucks she watches on the way back from school or the birds. “Tejaswi started drawing at the age of three and was immersed in creativity since then. She observes events during the day and sketches them in the evening.” Says her mother Y Annapurna.

Tejaswi’s father Uday Chandra said, “She never seeks any help from the internet, it’s all her imagination which makes me wonder.” Most of the images are representation of her own imagination, a visitor to the gallery, Venkat observes, “There are tiny details in her artworks, and her poetic verses comically rhyme together.”

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