Incredible Artistry: Winners of Indian Art Factory Online Art Contest Season 8

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Indian Art Factory, a leading platform for showcasing artistic talent, recently concluded its highly anticipated Online Art Contest Season 8. The contest witnessed an overwhelming response from artists across the country, with 131 participants submitting a total of 302 artworks. After careful evaluation and deliberation, the winners were announced on 9th June, showcasing the exceptional talent and creativity of Indian artists.

In the Best Artwork of the Season category, the winners stood out for their mastery of their respective mediums. Charanya Rajesh from Tamil Nadu claimed the top spot in the Oil category with her mesmerizing artwork titled “Vana Rani.” Usha Kodeeswaran, also from Tamil Nadu, impressed the judges with her captivating acrylic piece titled “Nandheesar,” securing the Best Artwork of the Season award in the Acrylic category. Ram Krishna Agrawal from Uttar Pradesh showcased his talent in watercolor with a remarkable painting titled “Royal Elephant in Forest,” which earned him the top position in the Watercolor category.

The winners of the Platinum Awards in the Sub Junior category showcased their talent through captivating artworks. Jashritha KM from Tamil Nadu received the award for “Still Life,” while V Harsida Venkatesh from Tamil Nadu was recognized for her artwork titled “Mother.” Saavi Bhasin from Uttar Pradesh impressed with her piece titled “Peacock,” and P Nithyashree from Tamil Nadu was honored for “Still Life.” Nainika, also from Tamil Nadu, stood out with her artwork titled “Peacock.” These young artists’ exceptional creations left a lasting impression and are sure to inspire others in the art world.

The Mix Media category witnessed Dr. Juni Menon from Gujarat leaving a lasting impression with his artwork titled “Narthana Ganapati.” Anju Daga from Uttar Pradesh showcased exceptional skill in the Pencil/Graphite/Charcoal category, winning the Best Artwork of the Season award for her piece titled “Konark Chakra.” Lochan S, hailing from Tamil Nadu, demonstrated precision and creativity in the Color Pencil category with the artwork titled “Ajith Kumar,” which garnered recognition.

The Indian Art Factory Junior Category recently announced its prestigious winners, showcasing the incredible talent and creativity of young artists across the country. Among the recipients of the coveted Platinum Awards were Krishnadev PS from Kerala with his masterpiece titled “Spiral Art,” Jyoti Kumari from Bihar for her captivating portrayal of “Ganesha,” Pallab Kanti Nath from Assam, whose artwork titled “Transformation in Communication” left a lasting impression, Ajay Dev from Andhra Pradesh for his thought-provoking piece called “Stare,” and R Shreedharshana from Tamilnadu, who wowed the judges with her exquisite depiction of “Still Life.” These talented young artists have not only displayed remarkable skill but also demonstrated their unique perspectives through their art. The Indian Art Factory Junior Category winners are a testament to the rich artistic heritage of India and the boundless creativity of its young generation. Congratulations to all the winners for their outstanding achievements!

The contest also celebrated artists in specialized categories. Prajapati Shailesh Kumar from Gujarat was honored for his outstanding portrait titled “Portrait,” winning him the Best Artwork of the Season award in the Portrait category. Tamana Singla, also from Gujarat, showcased intricate craftsmanship in the Mandala category with her artwork titled “Rainbow Sparks Mandala,” securing a well-deserved accolade. Jaspreet Mohan Singh from Punjab captured attention with his abstract artwork titled “Arena,” which earned him the Best Artwork of the Season award in the Abstract category.

Indian Art Factory Senior Category recently announced its Platinum Award winners. Dr. Juni Menon from Gujarat won for “Narthana Ganapati,” Tamana Singla from Gujarat for “Rainbow Sparks Mandala,” Basanta Pradhan from Odisha for “Rangoli,” and Riya Thawani from Gujarat for “Be Free.” Congratulations to these talented artists on their outstanding achievements!

Digital art found its place in the contest with Vishwanath K from Karnataka receiving recognition for his artistic prowess in the Digital Art category. Kagitala Krishna from Andhra Pradesh demonstrated exceptional sculpting skills, creating a realistic sculpture titled “Realistic Sculpture” that won him the Best Artwork of the Season award in the Sculpture category. Kanakajothy from Tamil Nadu showcased her unique talent in Vegetable Carving, earning her the top spot in the Special Category with her artwork titled “Vegetable Carving.” The Photography category showcased the skillful eye of KS Chandra Sekhar Lanka from Telangana, who impressed the judges with captivating bird photography.

Indian Art Factory Super Senior Category recently announced its Platinum Award winners. Anju Daga from Uttar Pradesh won for “Konark Chakra,” S Kavitha from Tamil Nadu for “Spiritual Blessing,” Dr. Anil Kumar Banga from Rajasthan for “Ek Onkar,” Ram Krishna Agrawal from Uttar Pradesh for “Royal Elephant in Forest,” and Simmi Kapoor from Uttar Pradesh for “Soulmate.” Congratulations to these talented artists on their outstanding achievements in the world of art!

In addition to the main categories, the contest recognized exceptional artists in the Sub Junior, Junior, Senior, and Super Senior categories. These artists displayed exceptional creativity and promise, promising a bright future for the Indian art scene. The winners in the Sub Junior Category included T Bhavyaa Vaishnavi from Odisha and KS Niththil from Tamil Nadu, among others. The Junior Category showcased talents like Madeeha Rizwan from Delhi and Lochan S from Tamil Nadu, while the Senior Category celebrated artists like Charanya Rajesh from Tamil Nadu and Sahil Verma from Delhi. In the Super Senior Category, Usha Kodeeswaran from Tamil Nadu and Prajapati Shailesh Kumar from Gujarat emerged as the best artists of the season.

The Indian Art Factory Online Art Contest Season 8 brought together a diverse range of artworks and talented artists from across the country. The winners showcased their exceptional skills and creativity, leaving a lasting impact on the art community. The contest not only recognized their achievements but also provided a platform for artists

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