Art has a wide range of applications and practices, which makes it not just about exploring beauty but also an expression of one’s emotions and inner feelings. Expressionism is an art form in which a distorted and abstracted image of reality is created to make it expressive of the artist’s emotions and ideas. Artists who practice Expressionism always strive to convey emotions and their meaning rather than reality, an ideal voice that echoes through the farthest parts of the world.
TCC curated an amazing workshop for the Circle family to explore the deep and expressive world of Expressionism and invited artist Srishti Bansal to facilitate the session.
About The Artist
Srishti Bansal is an ardent art follower who loves to create wonderful and expressive art forms presenting her emotions loud and clear. She completed her undergraduate degree in the field of Commerce and loves to be identified as an artist. She has presented her artworks in numerous venues around the world including Paris and Lalit Academy, New Delhi. Art for her is the voice for the inner self that conveys and acknowledges those emotions that are suppressed and go unnoticed.
The Workshop Began
The workshop began with a brief introduction of Srishti and her experiences as an artist. Srishti greeted and expressed her heartfelt gratitude towards the attendees. She then gave an insight into the meaning and significance of Expressionism in the real world. Srishti started creating the artwork right from scratch. She laid emphasis on the eyes as they are at the core of the idea of Expressionism. Along with it, she shed some light on the types of brushes and papers that can be used. She explained each step in a detailed manner concerning the textures in the Impasto technique.
Towards The End Of The Workshop
As the workshop progressed towards completion, the attendees were able to create their own artworks that they showcased to Srishti for her feedback. She found each of them very beautiful and full of effort.
The workshop concluded with the attendees thanking and appreciating Srishti for teaching them in such a fun and easy manner.
The attendees were from different parts of the country and belonged to various age groups, but their love for art brought them together on one platform. TCC as always, was successful in connecting artists together and curating a magical and positive vibe altogether.
On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!
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