Fluid art is itself an amazing and creative art form that requires your carefree attitude and creative mindset. In this art form, one can throw colours on the canvas and it helps in bringing out one’s creativity and imagination in an amazing way. If fluid art is to be described in one sentence, it would be making a mess on the canvas to create a marvellous wonder.
To make the Circle family aware about fluid art and its basics, TCC curated a fun-filled session with expert artist Sunidhi Vinod Agarwal.
About The Artist
Sunidhi Agrawal is an IT Engineer by profession and an artist by passion. During the time of the Covid-19 lockdown, she embraced her love for art and started experimenting with coffee art. Further, she explored and researched fluid art and followed a lot of artists. She is a self-taught artist who mastered her skills in numerous art forms, each unique in its way. She has been conducting workshops for some time and has taught more than 250 students. She currently owns a page of her own on Instagram named @brain.palette.
The Workshop Began
The workshop began with a brief introduction of Sunidhi and her experiences as an artist. Sunidhi then expressed her heartfelt gratitude towards the attendees. She provided some insights into the world of fluid art and what exactly makes it fun to work with. Sunidhi then started demonstrating the procedure and explained each step involved in a detailed manner, such as the importance of selecting the right combination of colour and many more crucial points. The attendees, too, were quite engrossed in the workshop with a few of them even co-creating with Sunidhi. Sunidhi also cleared the doubts of the participants from time to time.
Towards The End Of The Workshop
As the workshop came to an end, the participants were delighted to have been a part of it. They expressed their heartfelt gratitude to both Sunidhi and the hosts of the session.
The participants were from different parts of the country and belonged to various age groups, but their love and passion for art brought them together on one platform. TCC, as always, was able to bring artists together and celebrate their passion for art.
On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!