Roshni, a 8th Grade student from India is a winner of the 5th Arts Olympiad. She has been invited to represent India at the 5th World Children’s Festival in Washington on June 30th to July 4th.
She is a student of S.B.O.A School and Junior College, Annanagar, Chennai, has being participating in art contests since age 4. She has so far won 130 art contests (with proof of certificates) in school, state, national and international level art competitions. She had won the coveted National first prize (the first in Tamilnadu State) in Energy conservation painting contest in 2012 and received rupees one lakh from the Honorable Shri Pranab Mukherjee, the President of India. She has also been felicitated with the title of ‘Varnavarshini’ by the Lions club dist. 324 A5 in 2011. She was the winner of the HINDU Young World painting contest 2014 in junior category. The painting on the topic ‘MY FAVOURITE SPORT’ was selected as one of the winners in the 5TH Arts olympiad. For the past 3 years she is trained by art master Shri Mullai Rajan of Zen art classes, Chennai.
Unfortunately, the International Child Art Foundation (http://icaf.org) www.WorldChildrensFestival.org is unable to sponsor the travel and staying expenses.
So it is time for us to support kids like Roshini with a little contribution from our end. We request you to donate / sponsor for Roshini to represent India at the 5th World Children’s Festival in Washington on June 30th to July 4th 2015. You can also connect her with some NGOs who can help her in this regard.
You can contact Roshini’s mother here at email@example.com. Hope we together can bring her smile by helping her as well as to represent our country.
Some of her paintings…
A creative mother has come up with a novel way of making sure her children eat their breakfasts – by using eggs to make works of art. Sculpted into a variety of extraordinary designs, culinary genius, Anne Widya, uses sunny side up eggs to make sure her children’s plates are always cleared. Made using a cookie cutter and sushi wrap, the mother-of-four gets her creative juices flowing by serving eggs in an assortment of shapes from smiling pigs to ice cream sundaes. Anne’s talent first began as way to cheer up her son, Andrew, who was off sick from school but soon turned into a fully fledged hobby.
We place too much value into something as elusive as time. This is the lesson that Arina Pozdnyak, the creator of Perpetual Calendar, is trying to teach us. Days fly by, and even months are mere speckles of sand in an hourglass of eternity. People do not realize that the time given to us by fate cannot be measured using months or even years. It is measured using emotions and impressions. If a person lives to be 150 years old without experiencing any emotions, he might as well have lived one day, for all it’s worth. On the other hand, a person who lived an exciting, fulfilling life, read countless books and cherished every moment that he had, is actually the one who lived a longer life, even if in reality his flame was snuffed out much too soon.
Courtesy : Arina Pozdnyak
Every second Luna paints a thousand colors. Inspiration is a constant in her, something that flows almost like breathing. Your life is art and art is life, how to express what is in his soul and heart.
On paper, you can create artwork with a great level of detail. Explore in corners, investigates textures. On canvas, seeking relief, apply different materials, mixing colors. There her art becomes more abstract, organic and expressive. When painting shoes, forms become functional, and are increasingly wanting to have a unique pattern and colors take on their feet.
For Luna, shapes and colors transcend herself. The connect with the entire universe. If allowed to play, flow, form messages. Because the engine that generates all the art is its heart.
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Disclaimer: All the arts here are shared for inspiring and educational purposes only. The Original Artist owns all the copyrights.