Today art is no longer limited to just paintbrushes and canvases. It has taken a more contemporary form with illustrations. Thanks to computers, the internet, and advancements in software engineering, an artist is no longer limited due to the logistics of colors and space – they can mix up and choose among thousands of methods to bring their ideas to life.
From the day she fully learned to grasp her pencil well, Aakriti Kharel started drawing. She started with circles and stick lines (her imitations of people as a child) and today she is painting large canvases with intricate details. From sticks and lines she has grown into an artist of her own and all on her own.
KATHMANDU, April 22: Art is considered a significant genre for its capacity to present lively narratives about human culture and history concerning any geography or the nation or any human civilization.
A dozen artists from Jhapa gathered with their painting kits this Friday at Panbari, Dharan to attend the fourth annual Dharan Ropai Mahastov organized by Agricultural Cooperatives. Their intention was to present the paddy plantation process in their canvas through watercolor.
A very easy way of changing your space or some of your regularly used items such as helmets, toys, mugs, and badges is by customizing them with various types of arts. But not all of us are good at it. In such situations, contacting PIGS to get the work done is just the right idea. They provide various types of art services ranging from wall arts, portrait sketches, to abstract paintings and many more. The unique name comes by reversing the initials of the founders, Sharave Gurung and Ismiriti Purja.
A meditator who captured his practice of mindfulness in a canvas, Abbot Master Shi Tong Sheng is a graduate of the religious department of Renmin University of China. He was a member of the Tiexi district of Anshan City, at the Temple of Longfeng in Mount Kumgang, Liaoning province.The forth congress of the Buddhist association of the Hebei province, he is also the vice president of Buddhist association and Hebei Yongnian Anren Temple Abbot.
KATHMANDU, August 27: A painting exhibition by Reeta Manandhar, 'Cultural Expressions' is being held at Nepal Art Council, Babermahal. Susan Shrestha, executive director of Agni Group, inaugurated the exhibition on Friday.
KATHMANDU, August 22: Pagoda Institute of Fine Arts organized 'Beauty and the Beast: A Painting Exhibition 2017' with a total of 18 paintings by two of its students, Lisha Gaihre and Kishor Jyoti (Young Flame) at Nepal Art Council, Babermahal.
KATHMANDU (REPUBLICA): Qatar Airways has installed a vast canvas displaying the iconic image of Qatar's Emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, along with the tagline 'Tamim Al Majd' (Tamim the glorious), demonstrating its support for and solidarity with the State of Qatar.
POKHARA: As many as 33 artists showcased an amalgamation of nature and culture at a painting exhibition ‘Monsoon – 2’ organized in Pokhara Art Gallery, Mahendrapul, on Saturday. The event was inaugurated by Kaski District Officer, Taranath Adhikari.
KATHMANDU, June 16: Indian mobile devices-maker Micromax Thursday launched The Unbreakable Canvas 2 2017 smartphone for the Nepali market. Issuing a statement on Thursday, Micromax said The Unbreakable Canvas 2 2017, whose operating system is based on Android Nougat 7.0, has a 5.0-inch HD screen.
KATHMANDU, Feb 14: Micromax has unveiled Canvas ULTRA M1 in the Nepali market. “Billed as one of the finest premium smartphones, the Canvas ULTRA M1 is powered by octa-core processor and 3GB RAM,” a statement issued by the company said.