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Lamp Making Workshop with Aditya Suhas Pandit

Lamp Making Workshop by Aditya Suhas Pandit

Lamp shades are fixtures used to cover a light bulb fixed in a lamp that diffuses its light. They can be created out of a wide variety of materials like paper, glass, fabric, or stone. Usually, they are conical or cylindrical in shape and can be used at a lot of places like floor, desk, tabletop, or suspended lamps. 

Rooftop organized an amazing workshop on the DIY art of creating lampshades. We invited expert artist Aditya Suhas Pandit to facilitate the session.

About The Artist

Aditya Pandit is an ardent art follower who loves to create wonderful artworks which are mesmerizing to look at. He was born and brought up in a family which was very close to art. This explains his love for it. Aditya went on to pursue his Master’s degree in the field of art and has practised several art forms. He loves to share his knowledge and experiences with fellow art enthusiasts in the form of workshops.

The Workshop Began

The workshop began with a brief introduction of Aditya and his journey as an artist. Aditya greeted and expressed his heartfelt gratitude towards the attendees. Aditya then gave a glimpse into the significance of the artform. He shed some light on the materials and tools required for it. He started creating the Mughal lamp shade from scratch. Aditya demonstrated each step in a very detailed manner that helped the attendees to grasp it easily. He laid emphasis on measurements and provided some ideal measurements to create the artwork. The attendees co-created with Aditya and were engrossed in the session.

Towards The End Of The Workshop

As the workshop progressed towards completion, the attendees were able to create their artworks. They showcased to Aditya for feedback, who found each of them very beautiful and full of effort. Aditya then displayed some of his previous artworks which were very beautiful and mesmerizing. The workshop concluded with the attendees thanking and appreciating. As Aditya for taught them the art form 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 a single platform. Rooftop as always, was successful in connecting artists and curating a positive and magical vibe altogether.

On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!

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