Rehana Nabi Dar , a 17 years old Calligraphy artist from Srinagar

Rehana Nabi Dar , a 17 years old girl from Kursoo Padshahibagh Srinagar. Rehana’s love for calligraphy began at a young age.

A naturally talented artist, she is right now pursuing her study in srinagar, where she works as an independent artist.

 

As a young child, Rehana clames she always loved writing. “When I say writing though, I mean writing words, names, letters —You know, the like. I don’t know there was a term for it! ” Rehana would particularly enjoy composing and designing his own name in different ways and styles, and people soon began to take notice of his natural talents. “My friends would ask me to write their names in books during classes, and i’d do it to make them happy.

It was only much later in life that i discovered there’s a term for it, and also a variety of tools available to explore the same developing my own styles of ‘writing’, and haven’t looked back since. “

“In simple words, calligraphy for me is not just an art, but also a medium of expression—-which means, can’t be pretty and beautiful always. That is exactly why you’ll find that my works are almost always experimental. I mean, I generally don’t follow any termed calligraphy style forms.

There are a few influences sure—spiral calligraphy, black lettering, and gothic family, to name a few. But I would like to christen my style simply as ‘imperfect calligraphy’ because I firmly believe that imperfection is beautiful.” Her inspiration has always been her Dad.

It was only much later in life that i discovered there’s a term for it, and also a variety of tools available to explore the same developing my own styles of ‘writing’, and haven’t looked back since. “

 

“In simple words, calligraphy for me is not just an art, but also a medium of expression—-which means, can’t be pretty and beautiful always. That is exactly why you’ll find that my works are almost always experimental. I mean, I generally don’t follow any termed calligraphy style forms.

There are a few influences sure—spiral calligraphy, black lettering, and gothic family, to name a few. But I would like to christen my style simply as ‘imperfect calligraphy’ because I firmly believe that imperfection is beautiful.” Her inspiration has always been her Dad.

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