About the Artist
Sunandini Jayant has a passion for fine arts. She has dabbled in many forms and styles of art like water colours, oils, acrylics, fabric, reverse glass, stained glass and forms of tribal art like Madhubani, Warli, Tanjore, and Rajasthani miniature.
She also enjoys combining some of these art forms to create a new work of fusion – quilling with Warli and Pichwai inspired by Claude Monet for example. While in college, she volunteered with Russian Cultural Centre to teach Indian art to expatriate children. She also volunteered with NFSC to visit places indigenous to art forms to interact with tribals, learn their art form, their background, their way of living and teach interested participants in Chennai.
She has worked with Elixir…a company that was in a tie up with POGO TV where she designed the craft syllabus and trained their teachers for MAD live programs.
In her words she says, ‘It is through art that I pray, it is through art that I meditate and it is through art that I discover the world’.
Nature she believes is her greatest source of inspiration.