Meet our “Artist of the Week” Ruchi Sharma (@ruchi_indianart). She’s a talented and self-taught artist who creates beautiful Traditional Indian Art. She has an amazing style and creates mesmerizing art.
Tell us about yourself and your work
Hi, my name is Ruchi Sharma. I am an Indian artist. Most of the artwork is based on traditional Indian Art. I specialize in Madhubani, Kalamkari, Mandalas, and more of such folk arts practised in India. I have recently begun my career in this beautiful world of art.
How did you find out about the tree-free paper that Bluecatpaper makes?
Actually, I mostly work on Traditional Indian Art on handmade paper with natural inks. That’s when I thought about using Tree free paper. I researched and stumbled upon your unique website. I instantly fell in love.
How does Bluecat Paper make your work unique?
My most of the artworks are done on handmade paper so that’s what makes them unique. I am following my passion without hampering mother nature and doing my bit to save her.
What’s your process like while working on Bluecat Paper’s product?
I love working on BlueCat papers. The natural texture and thickness is something which I simply adore. The colours don’t bleed or imprint on the backside of the paper which is the best thing.
What other materials do you use along with Bluecat Paper?
- Poster Colors
- Pitt artists fine liner pens
- Oil pastels
- Sketch pens
What advice do you have for artists starting with Bluecat Paper?
I would say do not limit yourself. This paper has a lot to offer. It handles water like a champ. Inks are spread beautifully when used on Bluecat papers. It’s all in one package. I have tried poster Colors, crayons, oil pastels, watercolours and they work like magic on BlueCat papers. I vouch for its texture and thickness. I simply love it and I am sure the other artists like me will surely too.
Do you have a favourite project or piece?
If you are asking what’s my favourite product from Bluecat paper then it has to be Artbook | Sketch Book -Tree-free Paper, Handmade Paper from Cotton Rags. These are simply amazing.
If you are asking what’s my favourite artwork then it has to be the one in the picture attached. It took me the longest to make and is very close to my heart.
Anything else that you’d like to share?
I love what you people are doing. Recycling is the best way to save our Mother Nature. Keep up the good work.
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 | coconut paper
Which paper did you use?
beige paper – handmade paper – pack of 24 – A4
light pink paper – handmade paper – pack of 24 – A4
Which would you like to pick next?
Premium Tree free Handmade Cotton Rag Paper, Pack of 24 – A4 Size – Assorted