A Modern Artist’s Timeless Tradition

January 6, 2024

Traditional Art is often a reflection of country’s culture and history. Though everything is turning digital, the trace of traditional art has survived due to its strong past base. Due to the advancements of technologies, the presence of traditional artists has become a testament to the everlasting power of human creativity. In an era where AI is making rapid advancements in the field of art and technology, an artist from Kannur, Kerala stands out by showcasing his diverse artworks. This was discovered at the exhibition held during the Laksha Deepotsava festival of Dharmasthala, where Sreejith Paravoor bought over 50 innovative pieces from Kannur capturing people’s attention and highlighting the significance of human created art.

Sreejith was not born as an artist nor he joined any classes. He started his journey of art in 2019. We all know how Covid pandemic hit the country badly, amid of all the challenges of Covid 19 pandemic, Sreejith found a creative outlet by dwelling into various forms of art. Battling depression, he discovered a passion towards unique painting techniques, including knife painting, acrylic, oil painting, bamboo painting and many more. These diverse artistic ideas not only provided him with therapeutic relief during his tough times, but also energized him to showcase his versatility in the filed of art.

In addition to his diverse form of arts, he is also well versed in interior designing, wood carvings and stone carvings which he sells through his personally owned firm- Art Villa. He is not only proficient in various artistic ventures, but also mastered in personally crafting the intrinsic frames which adds to the aesthetic charm of his paintings.

His artistic process is closely intertwined with his emotions. He engages in sketching based on the mood of the moment. He hardly uses any external references for his paintings. He always relies on the spontaneous flow of ideas from his mind to the canvas.

‘My love for painting is my inspiration, and the joy of trying new things drives me to give my best in every artwork’, says Sreejith.

However, Sreejith stands as a true testament to the presence of traditional art in this competitive generating trends. He proves that traditional art will never vanish, even if digital forms emerge. There are many such artists like Sreejith, who strive to preserve the essence of traditional art forms. All they need is the support from the people, as the rise of AI has somewhat diminished the value of genuine artists. Despite these challenges, individuals like Sreejith contribute to the sustainability of handmade arts over time.

Enfolding challenges and pursuing passions are essential in every youth. Success isn’t solely about overcoming the obstacles, but about maintaining constant determination towards any passion. With the strong desire to achieve, one may not succeed immediately, but they will undoubtedly find success in the long run.

Backing artist is the gift to creativity. Whether it’s attending their exhibitions, purchasing their work or spreading the word about their talent, every support fuels their passion. This support gives wings to their imagination. So, together let’s create a world where every piece of art adds something special to everyone’s lives.





By Sanrita Jasmine Madtha
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Comment on this article

  • Jomesh pj, Kerala kannur

    Thu, Jan 11 2024

    Sreejith Paravoor, an artist who grew up with his own hard work, is the pride of our country.. May he achieve many more achievements..

  • Stany Jovin Menezes, Muscat

    Sat, Jan 06 2024

    Congrats to Sreejith Paravoor for his amazing art journey, highlighting the timeless importance of traditional art in today's tech-driven world! - Good Article - Sanrita Jasmine Madtha

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