Fire art uses active flames which are an essential part of fire painting. The art has a direct effect on the surroundings, providing heat and light to the canvas. It appears as if the artwork is alive and gives it a motion effect. To introduce this art form to art enthusiasts, Rooftop conducted a workshop on this innovative yet daredevil art with Jhanvi Panchal.
About The Artist
Jhanvi Panchal is an Interior Designer who is passionate about home decor, art and architecture. She is settled in Canada, and showcases her creative artwork on Instagram.
The Workshop Fire Painting Began
The workshop started off with an introduction of Jhanvi, who welcomed all the participants wholeheartedly. She explained how for fire painting, three shades of colours will be blended together to create the artwork. Jhanvi took four coasters and poured the liquid red colour, yellow colour, and white colour onto them. She then applied the artistic spray for creating the fire painting. Panchal created another artwork using shades of blue and yellow, creating an artistic effect.
Towards The End of The Fire Painting Workshop
All the participants had a lovely time as they showcased their artworks and enjoyed trying their hands on fire painting. Jhanvi gave a piece of advice to all the participants. One of the youngest participants, Advika, was specially appreciated for her artwork.
The attendees were from different parts of the country. They also belonged to different age groups but their love for art brought them together on a single platform. The Circle Community, as always, was successful in connecting artists and curating a magical and positive vibe together.
On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!