COLORSCAPE through Strokes and Splashes- the Colorful Journey of a teenager

Meet this 17 year old artist from New Delhi who just finished her first solo exhibition

Posted on 13/08/2017 By

Tanisha Jain is a young school going artist who is pursuing her 12th Grade from Modern School in New Delhi. A recently concluded solo show at Alliance Francaise, New Delhi, inaugurated and appreciated by Art Connoisseur, Alka Raghuvanshi and other Art Critics from the city, confirms, the artist is here to stay. In her own words, Tanisha presents her perspective of art, her style and her future plans. Read on…

COLORSCAPE through Strokes and Splashes- the Colorful Journey of a teenager - Global Fashion Street

Over these years I have experimented with different forms and styles of art which has only led me to have a better understanding of the world of art. Even when I look at my paintings from a year ago, I often seem to have something I might want to change or make better, which I feel signifies the progress that has taken place with each painting.

I have never seen art as work or a task I have to complete. To me, it comes naturally. With painting, it’s mostly like taking out time to do other things, once I sat to paint I wouldn’t stop for hours, but then again I did manage to balance my school work as well. And with painting not seen as a task or work to do it only gave me a feeling of relaxation and only one actual task to complete i.e. homework.

COLORSCAPE through Strokes and Splashes- the Colorful Journey of a teenager - Global Fashion Street

I feel as a young learner, taking steps to establish myself as an artist I have years to go till I can settle upon a particular style of art. For every painting I make, I discover a new fascination and fondness towards the style, and right now at 17 I feel I have so much more to explore. Though, I do plan to develop a style of my own and make it an identity for my work (which is yet to be discovered) I am still very enthusiastic to try new things every day.


The world of colours I feel is an escape from reality, to a place happier and better with new discoveries each day! Which also explains why my first show was called Colorscape!

COLORSCAPE through Strokes and Splashes- the Colorful Journey of a teenager - Global Fashion Street

When it comes to painting, I feel like I have nothing to worry about, it makes me feel safe and assured for some reason. When I look at my work, it gives me a sense of assurance to a promising future my parents would be proud of!

Art as a career is what I have dreamt of, most of my life. What better option would I have than to pursue something I absolutely love doing?

COLORSCAPE through Strokes and Splashes- the Colorful Journey of a teenager - Global Fashion Street

Artist Tanisha Jain with her parents

My future plans include securing a degree in BFA and establish myself as a young artist during the course of my education. I plan to study abroad, and work hard enough to be one of the best young artists not only in my own country, but places across the globe.

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