“I can’t learn this art from teacher says Tabish Aijaz”
Anantnag: A Girl from Southern Kashmir’s Anantnag District is an MBBS Student as well as a talented art designer.
Tabish Aijaz Khan, daughter of Aijaz Ahmad Khan hailing from Iqbal Abad in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district is currently pursuing MBBS from Bangladesh and is having a tremendous skill in art designing.
Tabish had completed her Matriculation from Hamdard Public School, New Dehli and HSE 2 from a Higher Secondary in New Dehli too. She went to Bangladesh for her further studies where she is currently pursuing MBBS.
She learnt Art designing art during her school days. She was in 4th standard when she first draw painting and it became her hobby.
In 2016 when she was in Kashmir and experienced an unrest she used to spend her time in drawing paintings and got much interest in doing so. Since then she never look up back and today she is known for her talent. She did let her hobby interfere in her professional studies.
While talking to Kashmir Glacier her parents said that, “We will always support and encourage her in every field she wants to do. We believe in her and will always extend our support to her in every sphere of life.”
They also said that parents should support their children in their field of interest so that their talent won’t get wasted.
Another family member told Kashmir Glacier that, “We have supported our sister as she never disappointed us.”
Tabish while talking to Kashmir Glacier said that, “Due to non-availability of art academy I faced lot of problems in making paintings as I worked very hard to brush up my skills in an efficient way and now by the grace of almighty I can paint easily.”
She said that she can make Paper Machie work, Chinar Leaves, Stones, Arabia Calligraphic art and she has got much appreciation for work on “Chinar Leaf”.
She further added that, “I am thankful to my parents who supported me in every filed I choose to be in as they never stopped me from doing anything.”
Tabish used to draw painting and sketches on paper and canvas. It usually takes her a week to complete painting, ‘Kashur Kour’ which was more time consuming painting. In this painting she used acrylic colours, pastels and glitters. The less time consuming making painting was ‘Chinar Leaf’.
The budding artist said that, “I used to gift my paintings to my friends and relatives who appreciate and love my work in return. I have been encouraged to bring my work in markets for gaining some good bucks out of that.”
She further said that, “My aim is to become a doctor and even after become a doctor I will continue my art work. In the meantime I want to open an art academy for youth talented in art designing.”
Leave a Reply