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This rural young man self-taught 4 types of art


Team Udayavani, Oct 18, 2020, 12:14 PM IST

Ajekaru: Vijay S Parava, a resident of Ajekaru Dasgadde in Marne village, has excelled in the arts of sculpture, mural painting and stencils which he learnt all by himself.

Vijay was always a talented artist. He fell in love with art during his school days especially sculpture and murals. He practised these arts in his spare time and improved his mastery over them.

Vijaya has already created over 1,500 mural paintings and more than 150 sculptures which he has given to many temples and museums.

He painted a Warli painting on the wall of Karkala’s Venkataramana Temple and also gave some of his artworks to the Jangmeshwara Math Museum at Udupi. In addition, he has numerous mural paintings of nature and trees in several places.

After his interest piqued in stencil art, he created a lot of stencil artwork recently.

A well-wisher of Vijay from Kaduhole Krishna M Naik, says this for him: “This rural young man has accomplished so much without any mentorship of a guru if the government and other organizations give proper encouragement to him justice will be given to his arts.”

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