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A Single Vision, Multiple Canvases: A Look At The Mind of Vimal Chandran

Vimal Chandran, a singularly talented visual artist, walks us through his approach to art and his ideating process.

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Artistic creativity is not always contained within a single genre. Sometimes, it is conveyed through multiple channels, blending mediums and platforms and, yet, following the same thematic idea. The creative mind stays the same. It’s just the means, through which that creativity is expressed, that changes. Vimal Chandran, a visual artist originally hailing from Kerala, falls categorically under this description. A talented illustrator and photographer, Chandran specializes in Visual Art in a manner that unifies his creative vision through diversified mediums. While that may sound contradictory, it is, in fact, one of the principles that Chandran follows in his work. ‘A bigger perspective on art’ is what drives him. It is an interesting philosophy, to say the least, one well worth taking a closer look at.

Keen on painting ever since his childhood, Chandran’s journey in visual art, according to him, has been a gradual one. While still in school, his interest in design was piqued by the idea of aesthetically pleasing typography. In fact, Chandran recalls his habit of writing, in different fonts, in his notebooks in an attempt to make them look appealing. Upon taking up Engineering later, he explored other channels of visual artistic content, dabbling in editing tools, such as photoshop, for institutional magazines and club programmes. Even later, while working in the software industry, Chandran decided to explore photography, an interest that merged well with his love for travelling. Evident as it is, his decision of focusing on visual art as a whole came with the prior experience of having engaged with its different formats. For him, the process of artistic creation is what the focus is on. The work, the end product may be conveyed through myriad shapes but the idea behind it, decidedly, remains the same. 

Indeed, it was not a swift acting catalyst that prompted the man to pursue the field of Visual Art. It was a slow burning interest that drove and evolved his own style in the medium, from his childhood interest in painting to his exploration of photography later on. It all, finally, culminated in him quitting his job to completely devote himself to his passion.

It is, perhaps, a residual effect of Chandran’s own journey that influences his outlook on art and life in general. Throughout his journey, Chandran has evolved his own style in visual art, be it photography or illustration, through a continuous process of trial and error. As he explains, there is a learning curve to almost everything. That period of learning is what is crucial. Mistakes during that period are crucial. It is through these mistakes that the right voice is born. Your own personal voice. Enjoying that whole process of learning, failing and then working on what we failed in, is what’s important. As he states, merely sticking to the conventional means of doing anything and not attempting something in a manner that has not been done before will not foster growth or evolution. 

“The journey is important and the destination doesn’t matter as long as you are moving.”

Vimal Chandran

True to his approach to creating art, Chandran, outright, refuses to assign a fixed meaning to his work. Instead, he leaves it to the viewer, the audience to derive their own meaning. That, according to him, is their own journey to make.

What is really fascinating is the manner in which Chandran draws his own inspiration. As an artist who incorporates different formats in creating artistic pieces, it is no surprise that his own inspiration comes from a multitude of sources, ranging from classical paintings to, even, memes. It is this recognition of artistic talent, regardless of what the channel may be, that truly sets him apart. After all, that talent, as he believes, comes from hours and hours of persistent work.

“I don’t think talent is innate and natural. It’s actually thousands of hours of persistent work.”

Vimal Chandran

There is a sense of curated randomness in Chandran’s work. It is not, however, by any means, a chaotic randomness. It is an irregularity that gave birth to his own style and, that, is what truly binds it all. At the end of the day, art does exist in countless forms. It is only an idea or a creative vision that is uniform. And, if you look closer at the different pieces Chandran has created, you can clearly see a singular creative mind churning out beautiful ideas.

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Frames Of Watercolours: Meet Phenomenal Painters

Presenting numerous watercolour artists and painters who are capturing real life moments with a paint brush, canvas, and colours.

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The soft and light pigments of watercolours bring an illusory, transcendental and quite paradoxically, calming, and real life elements to a painting. All art pieces are an expression of ideas, opinions, inner thoughts and feelings, or they might simply be the imitation of the outside surrounding world. Watercolour paintings are a unique and a witty way of playing with colours, and navigating them beautifully on the canvas. Of course, with different artists and painters come different perspectives, techniques, recipes, and aura at bringing new creations to the table. On this note, we bring you a bunch of watercolour artists who are painting a myriad of entrancing pieces.

Ganesh Hire

Ganesh Hire is an exceptional watercolour artist. He specialises in portraits and landscapes. Exuding details, accuracy, depth and passion in all of his pieces, Ganesh Hire, manipulates the soft pigments to create real life artworks. His portraits are very realistic, yet they’ve an unearthly touch to them which elevates the piece to a more nuanced work. Similarly, his landscapes or paintings of monuments, buildings, and other architectural structures, are rich in depth and one can feel the familiarity he has with the structures he so smoothly paints on his canvas.

Credits: Instagram (hireganesh)

Achintya Hazra

Achintya Hazra is a meticulous and passionate painter. His original art pieces are a combination of profound creativity, skill and strategy. In fact, quite recently, one of his very scrupulously intricate and realistic painting of a boat at a shore was selected for the 105th National level Annual Exhibition by The Art Society of India. Achintya Hazra’s excellence lies in his versatility with turning everything around him into his own canvas. He not only paints landscapes and portraits, but is adept at painting all kinds of subjects: nature, flowers, forests, and in-animate objects.

Credits: Instagram (achintya_hazra)

Harshwaradhan Devtale

Harshwaradhan Devtale is another watercolour artist you must check out! His area of expertise and interest lie in the Indian rural and village spaces. It is honestly enthralling to scan through the many thatched and wooden roofs of the village houses he’s painted. There’s an aura of deep resemblance and filiation between Harshwaradhan and the village spaces that he paints. While we get to see cityscapes in paintings and art, we seldom get to embrace the unique atmosphere that pervades in the villages. Harshwaradhan Devtale brings the bareness of the village life on to the paper in the smooth pigments of watercolours.

Credits: Instagram (harshwardhan_devtale)

Kanth Raj

Kanth Raj is an adept with watercolours. His paintings are a vivid declaration of his close relationship with the colours and the canvas. The more you look at his art pieces the more you understand the balancing of the colour tones, the culmination of the shades, the details, and a realistic portrayal of his scenery. Moreover, his painting titled “Creative landscape-18” was a part of International Watercolor Society India Biennale 2022! 

Credits: Instagram (kanthraj_n)

Prabal Mallick

Prabal Mallick is a self-learned and self-trained watercolour artist. During his early childhood days only, Prabal was awestruck by art works and patterns around him, in his house or outside. Soon, Prabal, of course imitated those and it wasn’t long before he started making his own art works and paintings. Prabal’s surroundings are his art inspirations. His art gallery is rich with a variety of subjects. Nature, humans, flowers, trees, landscapes, all of the world’s creations have been beautifully painted down by Prabal Mallick in a plethora of hypnotic colour shades on his canvas.

Credits: Instagram (prabal.mallick)

Gurumukh Singh

Gurumukh Singh is another exceptional watercolour painter. What sets his paintings apart is his preference of highlighting darker colour shades in his paintings. Adeptly painted, with an eye for capturing moments into paintings, Gurumukh Singh adds his own element into them. The dominance of the dark tones add an aura of intensity and depth which makes his pieces an enigma to observe and breathe in.

Credits: Instagram (gurmukhsingh0989)

Madhusudan Das

Madhusudan Das loves painting the very moment he’s witnessing. With his clean canvas and paint brush, he sways the colour tones into a melody of familiarity, closeness and beauty. He is especially fond of painting human activities in any space. Many of his paintings have candid human beings, tangled in their daily life events. His paintings capture time in their true essence, and brings Madhusudan Das’s perspective to the world in a vivid capacity.

Credits: Instagram (Madhusudan Das)
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Portrait Paintings: A Journey Through Artistic Perspective

Discover the diversity and beauty of portrait paintings through the eyes of skilled artists and their unique perspectives.

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Portrait Paintings, Paintings,

Portrait paintings are a window into an artist’s perspective, showcasing their unique approach to capturing the human form. From the rich hues of oil paintings to the delicate lines of charcoal drawings to fine strokes of watercolour brushes, the diversity of techniques and styles found in portrait art is truly awe-inspiring. Whether it’s a meticulously detailed model portrait or a loose, impressionistic landscape, the skill and talent of the artists are on full display. As you explore the world of portrait paintings, you’ll find yourself admiring the craftsmanship and creativity of these masterful artists.

Amit Naik

Canvas paintings that will make you glance back and revert back at the paintings made by Naik again. His range extends from acrylics, charcoal on paper, digital painting, pastels and gouache on paper. The variety of content that Naik has to offer is commendable. His piece of art truly shows the potential he has and further shows the exploration he yet has to do. The creativity and authenticity he manages to show through shows bits of muse and inspiration. A true artist dwelling on the intriguing aspects of life, through his creations he brings them back to life from his memory.

Credits: Instagram (Amit Naik)

Sushil Basu

A collection of admirable watercolour paintings that Basu shows us through his page basuz_watercolor is fascinating. An essence of dripping reality and life is clearly seen through the painting. The vibrancy of the paints and blooming colours is commendable and extremely appealing to the eyes. The intricacies he manages to maintain and emphasise are a trait to definitely learn. The landscapes depicted on paper show the beauty of nature in its element as well as how Basu chooses to see it.

Credits: Instagram (Sushil Basu)

Manjiri More

Manjiri’s portraits capture individuals and contain them within the frame in a particular moment. More’s Instagram page majiri_more.artist is a page dedicated to her passion for art, every piece with a story to tell, inspire or simply admire. A large chunk of live model paintings leaves the viewers in awe, the shades, the strokes and the final products are inspiring to see. Her artistic range has no boundaries and shows her skills in every variety of paintings to exist. Her intentions through her work, she puts out there in the world show a perspective she shows people. An alluring and inviting page by More will capture your attention and leave you waiting for the next artistic piece.

Credits: Instagram (Manjiri More)

Bharat R

Bharat’s works are magnificent, every piece has a dynamic ability to influence a person. The sheer and absolute love to draw and the present world a piece of itself is insane. Bharat presents a variety of different paintings ranging from phenomenal charcoal portraits to breathtaking sketches. The emotions and rawness he captures in all these drawings are enthralling. His page bharata_art is an artistic treat giving accessibility to everyone to see the visuals he creates. His piece has impressed people around the world for various exhibitions. The titles and his ideas through his works are evocative.

Credits: Instagram (Bharat R)

Rakesh Suryawanshi

The vivid visuals presented in the oil painting by Rakesh are done perfectly. The colour choice and the technique to draw an image and show its clarity in it are commendable. The sketches are detailed and exact replicas of the muses. The pictures of eyes and the human sketches show his potential to the fullest to bring the pictures back to life. Rakesh has some of amazing digital work as well as scenic portraits showing the extent that ranges when it comes to his painting skills. The depiction of eyes throughout his art shows the different emotions as if reflective of the person looking at it.

Credits: Instagram (Rakesh Suryawanshi)

Ashish Kumar Patel


The oil painting has never looked as unreal and fascinating as Ashish paints them. Every single portrait is beautiful and has a coating of something glimmering and glassy. Patel has improved the style of painting by making them up close and realistic. Beautiful scenic Italy and the various locations on paper that we see are beautiful. A close replica of how the world appears in the day probably a drawing from his memories. Patel excels at oil painting, the images seen will capture you and appreciate his art more.

Credits: Instagram (Ashish Kumar Patel)

Trisuk Moharana

The stillness captured in Trisuk’s painting, his attempt to demonstrate a story in a portrait is splendid. The study of each model for his picture results in an image of rawness and genuineness. Something that stays in your mind, Trisuk is incredible at portraying emotions on paper and gives an overview that anchors the meaning of his art. Different ranges from sculpture drawing to oil canvas, his skills just tend to improve every single time. The vibrancy even in the dullness of color gradient used is what entirely shows the beauty of his art. His page is a compilation of varied art that is definitely worth your time.

Credits: Instagram (Trisuk Moharana)

Parag Bose

Parag draws rural life in his paper. The intricacy and demonstration that is visible, the representation and the fierce eyes they have captures your eye. The charcoal painting is done at its finest as well as the vibrant colours used in sketch, pastels or oil is beautiful to look at. The art of drawing and telling a story in its stillness and expression is an art to admire. The element that they are in while just staring at the distance or indulging in work around the village is a piece extracted from real life. The art of imitating a muse and adding authenticity to one’s own portrayal is sheer talent.

Credits: Instagram (Parag Borse)
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Glamour And Style First: Check Out These Fashion Illustrators

From lehengas, to dresses, to ornaments, here are some phenomenal fashion illustrators, letting their creativity run wild.

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Fashion Illustrator, Fashion, Fashion Designer

Fashion Illustrators belong to the true artistic sphere of fashion, art and creation. All the clothes we style and wear are the original creations of fashion illustrators. Illustrations are basically sketches and paintings, or digital arts. Fashion illustrations are a way of communicating the personal ideas, models and inventions. The pen of an illustrator is a vivid reflection of their inner inspirations and visions.

Moreover, fashion illustrations are one of a kind since they need patience, precision and perfection. There are a plethora of illustrators out there, and a myriad of their innovations. Here are some of these phenomenal fashion illustrators you’ll be left in awe of.

Sneha Singh

Sneha Singh is a fashion designer, illustrator, and a sketch artist. The paper and paint are her tools, and she intricately lays down all her visions smoothly. Her illustrations and sketches are brimmed with minute details, and the beauty of it lies in the complexity of these sketches. Sneha Singh pays grave attention to all the shadows and patterns, and the most astonishing fact is that Sneha does it all manually, with her hands.

Credits: Instagram (SNEHA SINGH)
Credits: Instagram (SNEHA SINGH)

Srabani

Srabani is a designer, illustrator and an educator. Her artistic vision pans out to all kinds of fashion designing, be it the traditional Indian designs or the more western styles. Srabani’s detail to patterns and ornaments is vivid. Moreover, Srabani is adept at shading and adding more depth to her designs.

Credits: Instagram (Srabani)
Credits: Instagram (Srabani)

Nikhil Gurjar

Nikhil Gurjar is an exceptionally creative, passionate and an attentive illustrator and painter. A brief surfing of his Instagram page will have you in deep wonderment and awe. His attentiveness and detail to the patterns and styles of his self created designs are so perfectly balanced to give the best, most beautiful outputs.

Credits: Instagram (nikhil.gurjar)
Credits: Instagram (nikhil.gurjar)

Dipti Patel

Almost year back, we got to interview Dipti Patel about her illustrations, art and motivation behind her creativities. Dipti Patel has been always about delivering honesty with her art, away from the social media trends. With paper and paints, Dipti sails across a myriad of designs, styles, and mosaics. The spectrum of her art innovations are crystal clear with her collection at display.

Credits: Instagram (Dipti Patel)
Credits: Instagram (Dipti Patel)

Sapna Mittal

Sapna Mittal is an all rounder when it comes to sketching and illustrations. From portraits to fashion to jewellery illustrations, Sapna lets her artistic endeavours run wild. Especially beautiful are her lehenga designs, with the perfect equilibrium of colours, shadings, patterns and embellishments.

Credits: Instagram (sapna mittal)
Credits: Instagram (sapna mittal)
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Some More Of Fashion Creativity: Meet Upcoming Fashion Illustrators

Appreciating the skill and passion behind fashion illustrations, here are some talented illustrators you must check out!

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Fashion Illustrators, Illustrators, Fashion

Fashion illustrations are one of a kind creativity. The artistic vision behind each outfit design, patterns, embellishments, and bringing them on the table, with the perfect balance is indeed a skill. Illustrations, be it digital or manual, have proved to be great mediums of storytelling. Fashion trends and shopping has steadily increased and become more and more relevant over the years. Whatever clothes we wear, are obviously the creations of fashion illustrators and designers. Isn’t that almost enthralling to think about? The patience and details which goes behind each of these designs is commendable. Here are a few fashion illustrators and their pieces you’d love to take a view on.

Alok Singh Kachwah

Designing and illustrating mainly the traditional Indian lehengas and sarees, Alok Singh Kachwah, has proved to be an immensely dedicated artist. His artworks are imbued with the perfect balance of patterns and colours. He also illustrates intricate jewelleries and brings them on the paper quite effortlessly. Moreover, Alok also holds workshops to teach his art tips and tricks to students online.

Credits: Instagram (Alok Singh kachwah)
Credits: Instagram (Alok Singh kachwah)

Nisha Khan

Looking for your dream lehenga designs? Well, worry not, because Nisha Khan is an adept at making just the right ones! Her imagination and creativity runs free when it comes to illustrating astounding unique embroidery designs. Nisha Khan is in for an accomplished run.

Credits: Instagram (Nisha Khan)
Credits: Instagram (Nisha Khan)

Trapti Baliyan

Trapti Baliyan and her ‘kala’ speaks for itself. With an impressive portfolio of personal and self-created designs, you’d be left stunned! Excelling both in digital art and manual art, Trapti specialises in wedding outfits. Each and every design is reminiscent of resplendent and magnificent embroidery, patterns, and designs.

Credits: Instagram (Trapti Baliyan)
Credits: Instagram (Trapti Baliyan)

Sushmita Choudhary

Sushmita Choudhary, another fashion illustrator, has an eye for all details and each element. Her illustrations, inspired by other first-rate fashion designers, are a spot on perfection. Illustrating real-life outfits onto paper and digital bases isn’t easy, yet Sushmita Choudhary maintains that balance and vigour and delivers full justice to all her art and the inspirations of her art.

Credits: Instagram (Sushmita Choudhary)
Credits: Instagram (Sushmita Choudhary)

Paras Aneja

Paras Aneja is a digital artist and illustrator. He has mastered the digital strokes and pens, and is an adept at creating fashion concepts from a vast range. Paras has a deep understanding of the myriad parts of what constitutes the foundation of the fashion spectrum. Witnessing his designs, one can easily sense his passion and constant will to give better and better.

Credits: Instagram (Paras Aneja)
Credits: Instagram (Paras Aneja)

Nirdesh Chaudhary

Nirdesh Chaudhary is all things art and innovativeness. He has a distinct style to his sketches and illustrations, which are quite pleasing to the eyes. His way of playing with the colours and infusing the best of patterns and styles is quite an enigma. Recently, Nirdesh designed several new lehengas on the basis of the theme of ‘Panchtatva.’ Under this thematic fashion inspiration, Nirdesh has illustrated absolutely magnificent designs of great artistic vision!

Credits: Instagram (Nirdesh Chaudhary)
Credits: Instagram (Nirdesh Chaudhary)
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Art: Cathartic and Aesthetic

In the world of art, only an artist knows what goes in their head and all we can do is appreciate the product of that mind.

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The world of art is known to be the most diverse one. And thanks to its diversity everyone finds a place in this world within a world. It is a form of expression, sometimes pretty and sometimes painful. Though not everyone’s cup of tea, sometimes art does surprise you with how universally aesthetic and cathartic it can be. With growing awareness about this medium to communicate emotions, it’s no wonder that even modern science has recognised its value with art therapy being introduced in many therapeutic settings. 

Today we bring to you some amazing artists who have used art as their medium and watercolour as their weapon of choice to make this world a little more beautiful than it was yesterday.

Shloka

An up-and-coming artist, Shloka has managed to win over people’s hearts with her beautiful brushwork. Referring to herself as “Just a friendly neighbourhood artist” she has managed to win the hearts of many. Some of her best pieces according to us are ones that catch the simplicity of everyday objects but with a touch of otherworldly beauty.

Credits: Instagram (shlokaxart)
Credits: Instagram (shlokaxart)

Meghana Verulkar

Using art to express her view Meghana is a painter whose beautiful paintings will leave one mesmerised. Her art uses different hues of colour as the background but she manages to grab your attention to the focus of her art with beautiful black borders. With a slow and steady fan following that is growing each day, there’s no telling how much she will grow.

Credits: Instagram (meghanaverulkar)
Credits: Instagram (meghanaverulkar)

Smita Patkar

A passionate painter whose love for art knows no bounds, Smita is one of those gems who not only uses art as a medium to express but also tries to teach others so that they can also reap the benefits of this medium just like her. It’s hard to pick a favourite out of all her pieces as each showcases a beauty that is distinct from the one before. Don’t believe us? Check it out for yourself.

Credits: Instagram (watercolorsmita)
Credits: Instagram (watercolorsmita)

Manoj Mhaske

Another gem of an artist who believes in teaching others as well as expressing himself through art, Manoj is an artist whose art focuses on everyday simplicity. Done with a lot of care and detailing his work tries to capture the true essence of the real world. 

Credits: Instagram (manoj_mhaske1)
Credits: Instagram (manoj_mhaske1)

Alok Kumar Singh

A regular guy with a regular job who ensures to include painting somewhere in his everyday life, Alok is a dedicated painter. Most of his work focuses around capturing the beauty of mother nature with beautiful strokes. Having exhibited his work in art exhibitions, his love for art doesn’t seem to be dying anytime soon.

Credits: Instagram (shankar.arte)
Credits: Instagram (shankar.arte)

Gireesh Peruvaka

An art teacher who doesn’t shy away from painting the world through his lens, Gireesh’s art is in a league of its own. From bright to dull hues, from happy to sad scenes, he is not afraid to experiment and highlight what he feels needs attention.

Credits: Instagram (peruvaka)
Credits: Instagram (peruvaka)

Sachindeep Singh

A dentist by profession and an artist by passion, Sachin is one of those artists whose artistic touch gives the world a sort of beauty that usually goes unnoticed. Using charcoal, watercolour and oil paint as his tools he attempts to capture the vibe and play of light. He is also a member of The Watercolor Society of India and The International Watercolor society.  

Credits: Instagram (ashumali_studio)
Credits: Instagram (ashumali_studio)
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