DOMS Industries Limited launches ‘DOMS Art League’ on April 15, the World Art Day

DOMS Industries Limited launches ‘DOMS Art League’ on April 15, the World Art Day

DOMS Industries Limited (DOMS), the stationery and art products company, has launched ‘DOMS Art League’ – an initiative aimed at nurturing the creative spirit that resides within each young mind and redefining their connection with Art. The DOMS Art League is live exclusive on company’s website www.domsartleague.com.

This launch also coincides with World Art Day, which is celebrated on April 15 every year to also mark the birthday anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci, one of the world’s greatest artists.

Displaying DOMS’ consistent commitment to celebrating creativity, diversity, and innovation, DOMS Art League will act as a platform to instil a passion for Art among children from all areas of life. The online contest is available to all students of the country studying in grades Pre-Primary through the 12th standard. Children who wish to participate can submit their artwork digitally via the website. The DOMS Art League will announce a new topic for the contest every month, and hence encourage children to develop passion for art and even master it with the tutorials. There is no participation fee for the contest and an eminent Jury will ultimately decide the winners.

The jury panel consists of Mr. Jay Salian, a famous artist from Mumbai, is an acclaimed Indian artist who showcases his talent through captivating monochromatic pencil drawings and vibrant color pencil creations. His skillful portrayal of emotions and mastery of light effects on faces create a magnetic allure, establishing a strong connection between viewers and his evocative art.

Ms. Veena Karki, Head of Department Visual Art, Shiv Nadar School in Gurgaon is a distinguished artist with an MFA from Delhi’s College of Art (2003) and a BFA (1999), showcases her talent through acclaimed solo exhibitions like ‘A Woman’s Dream’ series at Triveni Gallery. Award-winning, she actively contributes to art education through workshops, camps, and seminars, establishing herself as a prominent creative force.

Mr. Venkatesh Desai, a famous Visual Artist & Art Educator from Bangalore uses his artworks as a language to articulate his indescribable ideas about human life, and thus interprets his observations on canvas. In his paintings he emphasizes on earthen hues, chorus lines, dispersed surfaces, and opaque pigment or planes. His works display spaces that suddenly disrupt forming a well textured background. His engrossing abstracts are enough to feast your eyes with moderate colors and textures.

Ms. Tanima Bhattacharya, famous painter from Kolkata embarked on her creative journey in the city linked to Buddha’s Enlightenment. With a Fine Art Diploma from Gaya College and additional studies in Kolkata, she uniquely captures her homeland’s essence in Wash, Watercolor, and Acrylic, offering a distinct Indian touch.

With their wide expertise in art and education, the eminent jury will elevate the competition’s legitimacy. Their knowledge offers unrivalled evaluation and serves as a benchmark for creative excellence and educational standards.

Mr. Santosh Raveshia, Managing Director, DOMS Industries Limited, commented, “Our primary objective at DOMS Art League is to foster a national movement that promotes each child’s unique abilities and viewpoints. DOMS believes that by encouraging creativity and self-expression, we can prepare the next generation to be courageous innovators and advocates for diversity. Through the DOMS Art League, we strive to instil in every child a sense of delight and wonder, igniting a lifetime love of art.”

Excited on this initiative, Mr. Saumitra Prasad, Chief Marketing Officer, DOMS Industries Limited said, “Art plays a vital role in nurturing children’s holistic growth, and at DOMS, we are dedicated to realizing our brand’s promise of ‘Every Ambition Needs Preparation’ through initiatives like the Doms Art League.”




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