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Scharada Dubey

PUNE, India 0 Followers

About Artist

I am an established author who paints as a hobby. I work with bold designs and tribal patterns. I am specially fond of various textile motifs from around the world and create works inspired by Bogolan prints from Mali...

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I am an established author who paints as a hobby. I work with bold designs and tribal patterns. I am specially fond of various textile motifs from around the world and create works inspired by Bogolan prints from Mali, Australian aboriginal art, Kuba cloth from the Congo, and similar traditions across the world. I use acrylic paints and permanent marker paint pens. The works I have gifted my friends and family provide an interesting and contemporary touch to modern homes and interiors. I want to sustain my art by reaching more people, enjoying the journey as I spread joy through line and colour.

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  • About Artist

    I am an established author who paints as a hobby. I work with bold designs and tribal patterns. I am specially fond of various textile motifs from around the world and create works inspired by Bogolan prints from Mali, Australian aboriginal art, Kuba cloth from the Congo, and similar traditions across the world. I use acrylic paints and permanent marker paint pens. The works I have gifted my friends and family provide an interesting and contemporary touch to modern homes and interiors. I want to sustain my art by reaching more people, enjoying the journey as I spread joy through line and colour.

  • Award & Recognition

    I have received several awards, all for writing.

    First Prize in the Royal Commonwealth Essay Competition, 1973.

    First Prize in the Travelogue category of the National Competition for Writers of Children's Books, conducted by Children's Book Trust, in 1994 and 1997. Second Prize in 2000.

    First Runner up in the Outlook-Picador Non-Fiction contest conducted by Outlook magazine and Picador publishers in February 2001.

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