There are not many people who do sketches in Bhutan, so I wanted to show that this medium is as unique and as beautiful. The genre of my sketch is still life art and I hope that it brings happiness, prosperity and peace to whoever views it. The authentic Bhutanese utensils that make the art of cooking just as more appetizing sketched here were before mostly used to welcome royalties and high rank officials.
Title: Still Life
Dimension: 150×150 cm
Price: Not for Sale
About the Artist
I started doing art when I was four years old. My parents would give me a pen and a piece of paper and would tell me to just draw anything that came to my mind, I think that is when I got inspired to do more art. As a child I sketched and doodled and my interest in art kept growing. When I turned twelve I joined VAST Bhutan. But I left that very week to go abroad for school. I recently just got back home and started creating again at VAST.
My inspiration is Leonardo Da Vinci and a Chinese artist whom I’ve met recently.
I am very fond of sketching rather than painting. I sketch portraits of people and animals, and I have recently started getting interested in sketching still life. The incredible thing about art is that it silences all negative thoughts within and brings peace. Art is a meditative process and the journey of getting to know myself more.
Born 1996 from Lhuntse
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