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November 24, 2016

Alexa Meade – Painted Humans

She needs little introduction; She has already carved her name in the art world. She paints directly on models/subjects to turn 3D objects into an illusion of a 2D image. Basically, “a photo of a painting of a person, and the real person hidden somewhere underneath.”  She uses acrylic paints to create her masterpieces. She successfully combines painting, props and photography to make an unconventional form of art. When asked how she came about creating such a unique style of painting, she says that it was her “lack of formal education” that allowed her to think out of the box. She says that paintings need not always be done on a canvas or paper. Alexa Meade has gained massive recognition starting way back in 2010 when her living paintings went viral. She went on to get CNN coverage and also gave a speech at TED Global in 2013. Meade’s artwork has been put on display in various galleries around the world such as Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.; the Saatchi Gallery in London; Postmaster’s Gallery in New York City; Galerie Ivo Kamm in Zurich; the Exploratorium in San Francisco; the Grand Palais as part of Art Paris; and the Pinacothèque de Paris. She also debuted her “milk series” along with artist Sheila. Recently Alexa Meade won BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM at the Toronto International Short  Film Festival.
September 22, 2016

Blend of Trends – by Carol Fernandas

Carol is one of the best beauty therapists out there. A makeup artist since childhood, she is now professionally known as a beauty therapist. When asked about how she took up this profession, Carol says that she took up this a subject on ‘hair and makeup’ in her curriculum.  
September 15, 2016

Dancing Diva – Shazia Samji

“I do not try to dance better than anyone else. I only try to dance better than myself.” ~Mikhail Baryshnikov
September 14, 2016

Swart – Music Note Art by Hayato

Music can change the world because it can change people- Bono Our minds are fed by the art which the world provides for us. Technicalities and textbooks– the working of refrigerators, the never ending parade of numbers on the computer screens, make us forget the subtle beauty of life that oozes out from crimson colours, whimsical words, terrific tunes.
August 13, 2016

About Time-Sarthak

“It is dull but yet a fact that if we go out to capture wildlife where it existed earlier, all we see are remains of what were supposed to be forests. I am not complaining; we humans are the sole reason for this tragic demise.