ARTWORKS OF A SCHOOL GIRL FROM HYDERABAD TO ADORN THE WALLS OF A RESTAURANT IN LONDON

Artworks of a school girl from Hyderabad are set to adorn the walls of a restaurant in London after its owner impressed by her paintings bought six of them.

Syeda Ashna Turabi, a standard tenth student, has been painting since her childhood, and recently her father started posting her works on social media to showcase her talent.

“Art is my hobby. I use acrylic colours, coffee, and ink in my paintings. I also do pencil sketches. My father started posting my paintings on social media, and from there I got an order from London,” said the teenager.

The people who ordered her paintings are about to open a restaurant in south London which will serve Hyderabadi food, and for the establishment, they are buying her artwork.

“I am planning to do a series of paintings on various subjects. Through these series, I will try to explore Indian Culture and will conduct an exhibition of my artworks in the future,” she added.

Inputs: Hindustan Times

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