Bright and Burning as the Star itself is how I describe the Sunflower
STROKES THAT CAPTIVATE YOUR HEART
Painting Dreams to Life
Much has been written about the therapeutic effects of painting and artworks. There is something about the act of playing with colours and painting on a canvas that inherently soothes the soul. It enables a release of pent up emotions, and results in the making of a beautiful piece of art. Needless to say, painting is something everybody can benefit from, painter or not!
Meet Sweta Jain, a concept-based artist from Kolkata, India who turned her hobby into a profession with a firm belief in doing what she loves and loving what she does. It was the love for life and not just the love for art that inspired Sweta right from the very beginning. As an artist, one will always find a hidden story in each of her works. She concentrates on the vibe of the place and ensures that every painting is unique and no story is ever repeated.
Art is what makes you immortal, and helps you break away from the loop! With a firm belief in giving everything in life a try as there really is no tomorrow, Sweta ensures to make each of her dreams come true through art. A phenomenal artist who designs beautiful pieces of art- Sweta, has been the driving force behind multiple artworks for the last 10 years.
As beautifully a pen captures words, the very humble paintbrush too is capable of expressing emotions like no other. However, a lot depends on the artist and her knack of making her creations talk. For Sweta, however, blowing life into her portraits and sketches is not what you call a huge task. And she does that with your preferences in mind. The best thing about Sweta’s paintings and art works is not just her creativity, but also her clear and sorted understanding of the vast expanse that art is. For her, all art is the form of a dream. The perfect blend of mute and vibrant colours in a creation can pull out a rabbit from the hat in terms of the appeal of the sketch. Crafting a whole miniature world elaborately on paper is no walk in the park, but you need to have the precise brush strokes to transform honest ideas into creations.