Minal founded Kindle Arts (now Paint Lab) with the vision to solve the problem of learning arts and crafts, the right way. It all started when she was learning art herself and faced difficulties in finding the right course and good instructors to help in building a strong foundation for her learning.Know More
Folklore that says Unnati was born with a painting brush in hand! Artistic to the core, Unnati won her first art competition at the age of 4. She moves to NIFT this year to pursue her chosen field of Fashion Designing after (no surprise) an All India Rank of 18.
Itee is a late entrant in the field of art. But as they say, you can never keep a person away from their passion for too long. Her story is motivational for many who were stuck in places they were not meant to be in.
Jahnvi wasn’t aware of the extent of her creative abilities till 12th grade. When she attended an art session on the persistence of her mother, she realized that she took to art just like fish takes to water. She tried different pieces of art and each time she was surprised to feel the way she felt - she realized that she has an in-born talent for art, and now she wanted to nurture it further.
Reena is blessed with an extra creative bone in her body. She has a Diploma in Fine Arts, studied Fashion Designing, is a trained dancer and has also done a course in acting from the fabled Barry.
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When you meet Chinar, you will understand that there are no stereotypes. She is a Company Secretary by profession, serves on the Board of various renowned companies as an Independent Director, and has also served as a member of the Legal Advisory Committee of Gujarat Chamber of Commerce.
Sriparna has a knack to convert any piece of string into a masterpiece. She is constantly knitting, knotting, or weaving beautiful and unique creations. And she is so good, her craft gets picked up by anyone who sees it. Till date, she has sold thousands globally.
Agrima and Macrame are synonymous in India. She grew up in a surrounding that was creatively nurturing and that drew Agrima towards art, craft and textiles right from childhood. She realised her love for art when she was in 5th grade and by 10thgrade she was crystal clear that she wanted to pursue a career in arts.
Art is healing in nature and Shweta epitomises that. When her dream to enter the civil services crashed, Shweta took help of colours to keep her mind away from failure. And the calmness, serenity and confidence that art gave her, pushed Shweta towards dedicating her life to art.
Puja likes to dive deep to ensure she gives her 100% to what she takes up. Superficial knowledge or shallow approach is something that you can never expect from her. That’s just not her style.