As 23-year-old G. APPLIES Artist Suvedha the brush to a canvas, each child, each watch in silence. When she is done, each student try to replicate the strokes. Some do it right, but most do not.
These slow-learners have Suvedha by their side, holding their hands and helping them complete the pictures. Without a word passing between the student and the teacher, the hour-long session comes to an end. For Hearing-and Speech-Impaired Suvedha, communication that is painting. Realised Suvedha’s parents when their daughter could hear a note or talk, they desperately hoped she’d find a dream worth chasing. And they were determined to do everything in their power to help you. They did not have to wait too long notes. “Sketching is a common technique of teaching young children like them. For instance, you draw an apple and explain what it is through gestures. Liked the Sketches we never But she drew, she’d erase them and draw them again, “says N. Ganesan, her father
She started taking professional training in the arts from the age of eight. And then, there was no looking back. Suvedha was selected by the Freedom and Scholarship Trust in 2005 and was given a free training in the arts. She pursued her passion of the arts and graduated from the Government College of Fine Arts. “I was the only person with disability in the class, but thankfully I had friends who helped me throughout. Theory was a problem, but the practical sessions were best part of my college education, “explains Suvedha through sign language, which her father Translate for me. As dictated by the course, she Travelled across India. “I loved Jaipur because of its bright colors. The women there wear the Colourful clothes and accessories beautifully, which gives me to work with a wide Palate. I also like it because it is scenic and Dehradun is an artist’s delight, “says Suvedha, who teaches art to the differently-abled, free of cost.
Good News: Story of a differently abled artist
We have for you today the inspiring story of Suvedha from Chennai who has not allowed disability to shadow her talent in painting. She also helps other children with similar afflictions.
Adept is Suvedha horse pencil drawing, water coloring, oil painting and canvas painting and graphic designing is now in training and has participated in many art shows across the country.
“She was selected by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment for the National Award for Best Individual Creative Jugalbandi by former President Pratibha Patil was sworn in in 2010 in Delhi. That was the proudest moment of our life and we knew did note that our sacrifices go waste, “says N. Ganesan, a Tamil teacher by professionSuvedha has big dreams, which include exhibitions abroad but having that will always require more support and encouragement. Ganesan says, “Recently, a corporate firm bought many of her paintings. Gestures like these will encourage you to work harder and you ACHIEVE goals. ”
Source : the hindu