Travel writers who’ve put their plans on maintain now use watercolours, Madhubani artwork and extra to fulfill their wanderlust
Shikha Chitrak Desai, @soulsearchingjourneys
A journey author by occupation, Desai’s Instagram web page focuses on tales round native meals and tradition from locations like Peru and South Africa. “When I pick a destination, I take some time to sit and ponder about an experience or encounter that will always stay with me. When I find my answer, I start bringing that memory to life on paper,” she explains. All her work are a mixture of pen and watercolours. From fiery pink bushes throughout fall in Japan to extra muted browns and uninteresting greys in a scene from Hampi, her work is different advert detailed.
Art by Akanksha Dureja
Akanksha Dureja, @madhubaniandmore
The lockdown gave journey blogger Dureja the chance to sharpen her Madhubani portray expertise by means of on-line tutorials. Her drawings are a unusual tackle the standard artwork kind from the Mithila area of Bihar, which she hopes to go to someday. Using acrylic and gouache colors, she depicts scenes from the Alappuzha snake boat races (which she was scheduled to attend this 12 months), the Eiffel Tower, the coracle boats of Hampi, vibrant bangle outlets round Charminar and the tulip fields of Netherlands.
Art by Ritu Saini
Ritu Saini, @ruhstudio_rs
“Getting back to painting was a productive way of revisiting places rather than just looking at slideshows and getting nostalgic,” says the Singapore-based graphic designer and blogger, including, “I use Adobe Fresco and Canvas, which give a similar outcome as painting on paper and watercolours, oils and dry media brushes to paint. Even lettering is easier in the digital format.” Her newest is a collection showcasing Tibetan prayer flags from throughout the Himalayas.
Art by Kalpana Sunder
Kalpana Sunder, @kalpanasunder
This unbiased journalist, has been writing on journey, structure, gender and growth for over twenty years now, and has travelled to 60 international locations ultimately depend. As a pupil, she had dabbled in artwork and even thought of pursuing it as a profession. Instead, she selected to do firm regulation. When a scheduled journey to California in March was cancelled, she went again to the drafting board and began a 100 days of lockdown venture that she shares on Instagram utilizing #PaintingMyTravels. “It has allowed me to travel virtually and given me a sense of achievement,” says Sunder, who has created a collection of watercolour work impressed by her assortment of journey pictures. Particularly keen on Van Gogh’s type, her vibrant watercolours function every part from the candy-coloured buildings in Nyvahn, Copenhagen, to the portrait of a person from Nagaland sporting conventional finery. Available on Etsy.