Good morning everyone!
Today I have had the privilege to interview a wonderful painter and art enthusiast Harleen Chhibbar!
Art is a creative work of expressing oneself. Harleen developed her interest in art when she was 7 years old. She’s 14 and has been taking art classes for 6 years now. After a few moments of meet-and-greet, I asked her a few questions which she answered and I wanted to share them with you guys.
My first (obvious) question- Why do you like painting?
Harleen smiled- “Painting relaxes my mind and boosts my creative thinking, I am fond of it as it nurtures my imagination”
I agree with that on her. Painting has always helped our minds to calm and relax. It most definitely boosts our creative thinking!
My next question for her is- How much time can a painting take to be completed?
Harleen responded- “It all depends on the painting, actually. Most of my paintings take 1-2 months to complete but some can take up to 3-4 months even and some finish within a week!”
After a short juice break, we move onward and I asked her the 3rd question- What paint type do you prefer in your paintings and why?
Harleen answered- “I have always used either acrylics or waterolors, Each paint has its own advantage. Acrylics dry fast, have clarity and transparency, and can give watercolor and oil color effects. Watercolors are light and give a beautiful pastel impression.”
My next question was related to the previous one- Mostly what type of things do you paint?
She revealed- “I have always painted nature sceneries. I am not much into humans. I love nature and really enjoy capturing it on my canvas”.
I once again agreed with her. Nature indeed is a beautiful thing itself!
The final question was very important indeed- What would you like to say to the people who are reading your interview?
Harleen paused for a few seconds and replied- “I would thank them for taking their time to read my interview, Life Is like a blank canvas and it is our job to fill it with paint and make it colorful in our very own way, so I implore to take up a hobby and pursue it. Take out time for yourself and do what you like the most.”
And with that, we ended our interview. We enjoyed talking to each other and I most certainly loved listening to her answers!
Here are a few of her paintitngs-
I hope you enjoyed reading it too!