Preserving India’s Artistic Heritage: The Indian Art Factory and the Vision of Mr. Selvakannan Rathinam.

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Indian Art Factory, a Chennai-based art organization, recently announced the results of its seventh season of online art contests across different categories – Sub Junior, Junior, Senior, and Super Senior. The competition witnessed the participation of artists from various parts of India, displaying their creativity and imagination through their artworks.

Indian Art Factory Online Art Contest Season 7 Results Showcase Diverse Range of Artistic Talent

Indian Art Factory, a Chennai-based art organization, recently announced the results of its seventh season of online art contests across different categories - Sub Junior, Junior, Senior, and Super Senior. The competition witnessed the participation of artists from various parts of India, displaying their creativity and imagination through their artworks.

Indian Art Factory, a Chennai-based art organization, recently announced the results of its seventh season of online art contests across different categories – Sub Junior, Junior, Senior, and Super Senior. The competition witnessed the participation of artists from various parts of India, displaying their creativity and imagination through their artworks.

The founder and organizer of the contest, Mr. Selvakannan Rathinam, expressed his gratitude towards all the participants and the judges for making the event successful despite the challenging times. The judges for the contest were experienced artists and art critics.

The artworks submitted for the competition were of various types, including oil paintings, acrylic paintings, water colors, mix media, sculptures, photography, and more. The judges evaluated the artworks based on the creativity, skill, technique, and overall impression. The results of the competition showcase the diverse range of artistic talent that exists in the country.

In the Sub Junior category, Adhyaah Pravin from Tamil Nadu won the Best Artist of the Season – Female award for her artwork titled “Breakfast,” while Aekam Chugh from Punjab won the Best Artist of the Season – Male award for his artwork titled “Portrait.” The Platinum Awards in this category went to S Yeshmitha from Tamil Nadu for her artwork titled “Nandhi,” Sanvi S from Tamil Nadu for her artwork titled “Boat,” Haasini B from Tamil Nadu for her artwork titled “Unity is Strength,” Purva Pramod Baglekar from Maharashtra for her artwork titled “Fairy House,” and Shashini B from Tamil Nadu for her artwork titled “Dog.”

In the Junior category, Zoya Parveen from Tamil Nadu won the Best Artist of the Season – Female award for her artwork titled “Still Life,” while Akash Singh from Uttar Pradesh won the Best Artist of the Season – Male award for his artwork titled “Morgan Freeman.” The Platinum Awards in this category were given to D Varshitha from Tamil Nadu for her artwork titled “Flower Vase,” Jyoti Baghel from Uttar Pradesh for her artwork titled “Sketch,” Lochan S from Tamil Nadu for his artwork titled “M K Stalin,” Prithwi Nath from Tamil Nadu for his artwork titled “Lantern,” and R S Hamshadarshini from Tamil Nadu for her artwork titled “The Girl.”

In the Senior category, Dr. Juni Menon from Gujarat won the Best Artist of the Season – Female award for her oil painting titled “The Majestic Kathakali,” while Namathiuwang Mabo Gangmei from New Delhi won the Best Artist of the Season – Male award for his acrylic painting titled “The Warriors.” The Platinum Awards in this category were given to Shubh Sahu from Madhya Pradesh for his artwork titled “Jordan,” S Roshini from Tamil Nadu for her artwork titled “Divinity,” Tamana Singla from Gujarat for her artwork titled “Fuchisia Floral Dot Mandala,” Akhilasriraj from Andhra Pradesh for his artwork titled “Gajalakshmi – Tanjore Art,” and Harshada Dhananjay Sonar from Maharashtra for her artwork titled “My Stallion.”

In the Super Senior category, Dr. Shipra Bhatia from Haryana won the Best Artist of the Season – Female award for her artwork titled “Oneness is Man & his environment,” while B Manikanda Murthy from Tamil Nadu won the Best Artist of the Season – Male award for his watercolor painting titled ” Sri Arunachaleswarar & Sri Unnamalai Amman

Best Artwork of the Season – Oil won by Dr. Juni Menon, Gujarat, Title: The Majestic Kathakali

Best Artwork of the season – Acrylic won by Namathiuwang Mabo Gangmei, New Delhi, Title: The Warriors

Best Artwork of the season – Water Color  won by B Manikanda Murthy, Tamilnadu, Title: Sri Arunachaleswarar & Sri Unnamalai Amman

Best Artwork of the season – Mix Media won by Dr Juni Menon, Gujarat, Title: The Goddess Shymala

Best Artwork of the season – Portrait won by Akash Singh, Uttar Pradesh, Title: Morgan Freeman

Best Artwork of the season – Charcoal won by Shubh Sahu, Madhya Pradesh, Title: Jordan

Best Artwork of the season – Color Pencil won by B Manikanda Murthy, Tamilnadu, Title: Apples

Best Artwork of the season – Mandala won by Dr Shipra Bhatia, Haryana, Title: Oneness is Man & his environment

Best Artwork of the season – Abstract won by Jaspreet Mohan Singh, Punjab, Title: Upsurge

Best Artwork of the season – Sculpture won by Shaji Poilkave, Kerala, Title: Raghavenu

Best Artwork of the season – Special Category won by Simmi Kapoor, UP, Title: Beauty in Simplicity

Best Artwork of the Season – Photography won by Swapnil Gadkari, Maharashtra

Indian Art factory will be announcing the Season 8 after 15th April 2023.

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