Archive for the ‘Art Feature’ Category

Of Hearts and their absense

Strawberry Madonna by Shriparna Sarkar

Strawberry Madonna by Shriparna Sarkar

...and child by Shriparna Sarkar

His Ways by Shriparna Sarkar

Greening Envy by Shriparna Sarkar

Rising From Ruins by Shriparna Sarkar


Shriparna Sarkar is a student of Class Twelve at the G. D. Birla Centre for Education, Calcutta. For this Art Feature she has used a mixture of hand-drawn and Adobe Photoshop images. She also thinks she stinks at drawing things and writing introductory lines for herself.


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Through paper, glass, colour and tears

The Man and his Muse
A poet and his mermaid. Their world of blues merge softly but surely, and frames hang askew, letting her out and him in.

The Man and his Mannequin
Seen on a certain Sunday on a railway platform. A hawker patiently drags a mannequin across the platform to the ladies’ compartment, hoping to attract buyers for his garishly coloured blouses.

The Muse herself

Hidden as always, draped in misty glass-panes. Nameless she remains, providing colour to fervent brush-strokes on certain nights of cold winter rain.


Anurima Sen is an Undergraduate student of English Literature at Jadavpur University, Calcutta. She loves writing meaningless poetry, and hates explaining them. She also spends most of her time formatting her pre-historic computer. All the works in this Art Feature have been done using Adobe Photoshop.

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Explorations in Anime





Meghna Banerjee has very recently been promoted to Class VIII at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Calcutta. The medium used for these paintings is water colour on paper.

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Women in Imagination





Sayantani Dasgupta is a student of History at the Presidency College, Calcutta. She is an artist by passion and likes to experiment with different forms. The works in this Art Feature were created using a software called ArtRage. She likes to call it “virtual oil-on-canvas”.

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