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?
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?
Is there anything else that you’d like to share?
The range of paper from Bluecatpaper includes the following.
cotton rag paper | coffee husk paper | corn husk paper | linen paper | seed paper | elephant poo paper |
hemp paper | mulberry paper | flax paper | lemongrass paper | banana paper | rice stubble 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.
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