Visit her online studio at http://kalalayaa-artclub.blogspot.in/
Where were you born and raised?
I am born and brought up in Chennai
Tells us more about your family?
I am the only daughter of my parents,My dad is in the television industry and mom is a house wife.
Describe your business and website?
Well,I actually started with an art school where I teach all types of arts and crafts.Now I am into more of paper crafting. I sell my cards and card-making supplies through my blog:
How did you get started in your business?
To be frank,it was just an accident.After my college I joined a hobby art class where the teach different kind of art works. Inspired by that I thought of starting my own classes,at the same time a house in my flat got vacated, and I immediately took that for rent and started my classes. All thanks to my dad who believed in me,and invested so much for me:)
How did you decide on a business name?
Again it’s my father’s decision,it was just spontaneous,but it has a meaning called temple of art, so I said ok :).
Do you have any future plans for your business?
Definitely. I am planning (dreaming) of having my own art gallery either online or as a physical store.
What craft mediums do you work with and what are your most favorites?
I work with almost all mediums likes oils, fabric, glass, clay etc. My favorite is murals and paper crafts.
What or who inspires you?
Colors inspires me lot than designs,i decide a project based on a color scheme n of course internet is a great inspiration ever for any form of art.
Do you have a work room or studio?
Yes, I have a small work room. Having a well organized studio is a dream :).
Where do you sell your work or designs?
It’s the most toughest thing, especially in India, but now with the help of internet and Facebook it’s easy to publicize yourself. I try to sell my works through online exhibitions, etc.
Do you participate in any shows or special events?
Yes, I do.
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