Born at New Delhi in 1975, Amit is a leading master of a watercolour medium in India. He has been recognised with top international honours for his paintings. For him, art is just like Meditation. His subjects include a lot of compositional works like streets, kitchens, platforms and metropolitan cities where the lovely play of light and shadow and perspectives are the main traits. He has also travelled a lot in the hilly areas of India and has done various series capturing them in their true essence.
Amit is a guest lecturer in many prestigious Art colleges like College of Art, Delhi, Apeejay Institute of Design, Jamia Millia Islamia and Meerabai Polytechnic. He is the Director and Principal of Anitoons The School of Art & Animation.
A self-taught artist, born at Pallahara in the Angul district of the Indian state of Odisha, and worked as a Chief Ticket Inspector at Indian Railways. He took premature retirement to continue his passion for paintings.
He uses different mediums to express his feelings; Oil Pastel, Acrylic, Pencil & Ball Pen sketches and Caricature. But he prefers watercolour the most. His artworks are mostly influenced by the beauty of Indian culture, dances and mythological stories.
He captures the stories of costumes, gestures, posture and scenes in everyday life in his watercolour sketches and drawings.
Dhritikana is an artist, instructor, teacher and content creator from Delhi (India). From the time she started painting landscape was the subject that she loved. Among Painting lights with vibrant colours is her favourite. Overtime she is smitten by the beauty of water, clouds, sea, animals, flowers and everything present in Nature.
Apart from watercolour, she explores different mediums like gouache, markers, soft pastels. She started her journey in 2018 and she finds it calming, meditative and focuses on improving. She enjoys conducting workshops with fellow art enthusiasts.
Kangkan had an interest in paintings from a very early age which was often manifested in various big and small creative outputs.
The time when he started realizing his inclination towards fine arts was a time when the environment and situation around him were not at all conducive towards the development of art and that too, in a small town of Tinsukia.
Although he works fluently with many different media, his favourite medium is watercolour. He feels that doing watercolour is just like shooting an arrow which once shot can’t be retrieved back which suits his temperament.
A Thrissur-based, self-taught artist, Kannan has been painting with watercolours since the age of fourteen. After studying till Class X, he had to stop studies due to financial problems but he didn’t give up. He started making hoardings and flex boards.
Luckily, renowned artist, Asif Ali Komu saw his work and invited him to do an exhibition of his paintings. Since then he has not looked back and has carved a niche for himself in the world of art. Kannan’s watercolour paintings explore different themes. The colours he uses to give the paintings a more natural look.
Nanasaheb Yeole is a highly awarded and talented artist who works in all medium of art but watercolour is his favourite. He paints nature, landscapes and city scenes. The vibrant use of light and shades in his paintings make them lifelike.