Biography of Ripan Jyoti Mazumdar[edit | edit source]
Ripan Jyoti Mazumdar is a India-based pencil artist. He was born in 2002 in Assam. During his high school studies, he fell in love again with drawing as the greatest passion from his childhood. He decided to follow his heart and rebuilt this dream to become reality as an artist. Nowadays he is devoted to transforming the peoples captures on his paper. He complete his schooling in SSN school in Barpeta Road, after schooling, he had completed his college life on science stream, and then he complete his graduation in science and honers on Physics. He also write poems and song's lyrics, his songs composed by his oneself.
- Assam, Barpeta Road, India
- Barpeta Road , Guwahati, Assam 781315
Ripan jyoti Mazumdar is a India-based pencil artist. he was born in 2002 in Assam, During his high school studies, he fell in love again with drawing as the greatest passion from his childhood. he decided to follow his heart and rebuilt this dream to become reality as an artist. Nowadays he is devoted to transforming the peoples captures on his paper. As well as he is a classical singer also, he start his music career from the age of 12 , then now he become a famous artist and musician and classical singer also.
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He had got Young artist award on 2017 and many awards had received because of his arts
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Category of Ripan[edit | edit source]
Traditional categories within the arts include literature (including poetry, drama, story, and so on), the visual arts (painting, drawing, sculpture, etc.), the graphic arts (painting, drawing, design, and other forms expressed on flat surfaces), the plastic arts (sculpture, modeling), the decorative arts ( Enamelwork, furniture design, mosaic, etc.), the performing arts (theatre, dance, music), music (as composition), and architecture (often including interior design).
He is actually doing various paintings. Painting as a fine art means applying paint to a flat surface (as opposed for example to painting a sculpture, or a piece of pottery), typically using several colours. Prehistoric painting that has survived was applied to natural rock surfaces, and wall painting, especially on wet plaster in the fresco technique was a major form until recently. Portable paintings on wood panel or canvas have been the most important in the Western world for several centuries, mostly in tempera or oil painting. Asian painting has more often used paper, with the monochrome ink and wash painting tradition dominant in East Asia. Paintings that are intended to go in a book or album are called "miniatures", whether for a Western illuminated manuscript or in Persian miniature and its Turkish equivalent, or Indian paintings of various types. Watercolour is the western version of painting in paper; forms using gouache, chalk, and similar mediums without brushes are really forms of drawing.