At Bluecatpaper we celebrate the artists who have taken a step to focus upon Tree-Free paper which is eco-friendly, viable & sustainable in nature.        🌏❤🌲

This week’s Artist: Anjali S
⁠Instagram: @_artvert

Our talented Artist, Anjali S is pursuing her master’s degree in visual arts in Bangalore.

” Art for me is a ‘way of seeing’. Art has the power to influence and rouse emotions” says Anjali S.

As much as she loves color; black and white create a strange dreamscape that color never can.

Anjali S has worked with us to design our 2021 calendar. Her work is spontaneous and quite unpredictable. She thinks working with tree-free paper is more sustainable in the long run.

Tell us about yourself and your work

I’m Anjali S currently pursuing my Master’s in Visual Arts in Bangalore. Art for me is a ‘way of seeing’. Art has the power to influence and rouse emotions.
As much as I love color, black and white create a strange dreamscape that color never can.

How did you find out about the tree-free paper that Bluecatpaper makes?

I found bluecat paper through Amazon.

How does Bluecat Paper make your work unique? 

I use watercolors, microns, and pencils along with bluecat paper

What’s your process like while working on Bluecat Paper’s product?

As my work is spontaneous and quite unpredictable, I find that working with tree-free paper is more sustainable in the long run.

What other materials do you use along with Bluecat Paper?

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What advice do you have for artists starting with Bluecat Paper?

My advice for artists starting with bluecat paper is – to experiment with the different mediums and materials and have fun while doing so.

Do you have a favourite project or piece?

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Is there anything else that you’d like to share?

Nope

The range of paper from Bluecatpaper includes the following.

cotton rag paper | coffee husk paper | corn husk paper | linen paper | seed paperelephant poo paper |

hemp paper | mulberry paper | flax paper | lemongrass paper | banana paper | rice stubble paper |

coconut paper

Which paper did you use?

I worked with cotton rag paper.

Which would you like to pick next?

For my next project, I’d like to pick the elephant poo paper.

For more on Anjali S at  Instagram 

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