Thirteen-year-old Shivam Suresh Kumar of Ludas has saved the corona crisis in his portraits.
Hisar. The Corona period is a serious time for the world. Its impact worldwide has been negative. But this is a creative phase for poets and painters. Countless people in the country worry about the Corona period and are keeping it on par with the world in their way. Shivam Suresh Kumar has a name in this. Thirteen-year-old Shivam has saved this dreadful crisis of Corona in his paintings. Shivam originally hails from the village Ludas in the Hisar district of Haryana.
From Lord Shiva School of village Shivam has students of class six. Shivam has achieved new heights with his painting during the time of lockdown. Art is not the subject of Shivam, but the Corona incident pulled him to this side. When he got up in my spare time, there was no stay in his hands. Shivam Suresh has made more than two hundred paintings from 22 March 2020 till now with his wonderful painting. Shivam is making paintings on some subjects daily.
Shivam’s mother Bidamo Devi, who is working as the announcer in Akashvani, Hisar, said that painting is one of those professions that is said to be “God gifted” for her. However, it can be improved a lot with training and training. Today, Shivam is earning a name as a child painter at the age of 13 from his work in the country and the world. Paintings made by Shivam are being published along with articles from editorial pages of thousands of newspapers and magazines of the country and the world. The special thing about his paintings is that he is capable of painting the subject. Raised in the small village of Ludas along with Hisar, Shivam has not even taken any formal training to learn painting.
Art is not the subject of Shivam but the Corona incident pulled him to this side. When he got up in my spare time, then there was no pause in his hands. Shivam Suresh has made more than two hundred paintings from 22 March 2020 till now with his wonderful painting. Shivam is making paintings on some subjects daily.
Shivam’s father Suresh Kumar Nandwal says that a few months before Corona, his son Shivam once made a painting on paper on school leave during homework which appeared in Dainik Bhaskar newspaper. After that, seeing the son’s painting and his trends, he gave his two sons a sheet to make a painting. After getting the sheet, both of them started showing their tallent. After school closure during Corona, they started making paintings for the articles of their maternal uncle, Satyavan Saurabh every day. Not only this, but hundreds of children from the neighborhood also started making efforts to learn paintings like them again.
His father said that seeing the trend towards painting, he wants to see both of them moving forward. He says that Shivam has learned all this in just half a year and he took the help of YouTube and Google to learn. Aditya-Shivam has also participated in many exhibitions at his young age. . The father explains that Aditya-Shivam also has a good command in canvas paintings, oil paintings, charcoal paintings, hyper-realistic paintings, and portraits. Shivam-Aditya said in the conversation that through his paintings, he focuses on the environment. Now painting has become a hobby of both of us. Both of us want to illuminate the name of parents with the country by painting all over the world.
Shivam says that now it has become our command. In the week they also draw a portrait of a famous person along with other paintings. Apart from this, he also paints best on the social problems of the country. Many of his photographs have been well appreciated in the Corona period. In which the portrayal of the heroes and rivers of Corona is important. Marks race across the country has pushed children back into art and literature. Children are alienated from folk and art culture. Through TV and online games, Western civilization has been oriented. Because of which there is neglect in today’s children regarding literature and painting.
These qualities should come in the children for the restoration of their art, literature, and culture. Art is an interest. In childhood, pictures are attached to toys. It should be implemented in schools as a major subject. And if we get respect in this matter, it is good. But so far this subject is only optional in schools from the government and art institute. Some children also exhibit their painting exhibition. But they neglect painting more than singing, dancing, and playing in other subjects. Shivam-Aditya says that his appreciation is his true prize.