Speaking through colours and canvas
The world is all colourful and bright even if it’s a little soundless for Suvedha Ganesh. A hearing impaired student of Little Flower Convent Higher Secondary school, Suvedha has a passion for arts and painting. She recently exhibited her paintings under the banner ‘Thoorigai Mozhi’ (meaning – the language of the brush) with the help of a Trust in her colony in Perungudi.
The artwork included landscapes, portraits and replicatory images of birds and animals in acrylic and watercolors. She also tries other innovative painting methods such as leaf paintings and pen sketching which needs more fine-tuning.
She has presented portraits to many celebrities including singers Unni Krishnan, Dr. Sundar and many more.
Suvedha is presently in class 10. She plans to pursue art and painting as her profession once she completes her school. “Suvedha has the talent and potential that is so advanced for her age. Right now it is important to learn the basics and improve the quality of work. Within few years she’ll be able to establish her own style and contribute a great deal to the world of art,” says her painting Guru Rama Suresh from Art Expression
Suvedha has participated in many competitions and has won many prizes. Many art lovers have already placed their orders with her and waiting patiently for her to complete her X Std.
The constant encouragement from her parents and training from her teachers reflect in every stroke of her paintings.