Student Feature – Sumedha Sah

June 10, 2013

Currently pursuing Master’s in Sustainable Architecture from Centre for Environmental Planning (CEPT), Ahmedabad, Sumedha Sah is a passionate doodler. She believes that doodling is a great form of self discovery and that sometimes unknowingly scribbling on a book reveals a hidden truth.

Born and brought up in Nainital, a small hill station in Uttaranchal, Sumedha would sit for hours and observe things around her. This early exposure to nature made a deep impact on her. She indulges in drawing the usually mundane and everyday things that go unnoticed.

Having no formal training in art Sumedha is inspired by many other artists. Most of her art is fast work done using watercolour and ink on a small notebook that she carries with her every day.

Here are a few of her sketches:

 

Sumedha sketches as a hobby and maintains a blog that currently showcases about 100 of her works. Each of her illustrations comes with a story about why she chose to draw them.

Sumedha will be exhibiting her work from 5-8th July at Cafe Turtle in Greater Kailash, Delhi and from 11-14th July at Cafe Turtle, Khan Market, Delhi.

 

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5 Responses to Student Feature – Sumedha Sah

  1. Preeti on June 11, 2013 at 6:07 am

    Dear Nisha,
    This is such a lovely post on Sumedha’s work. She is so talented in such young age. I browsed her website, but could not find a link to write her a message. I wish her all the best for upcoming exhibitions.

    Have a great day.
    Preeti Dubey

  2. Rajesh Sah on June 12, 2013 at 1:07 pm

    Dear Summie,

    We all at home are proud of you…keep working hard…best of luck for the exhibition

    Love
    All family members

  3. Kulwant Singh on August 5, 2013 at 2:53 pm

    Excellent Works . Keep Rocking :)

  4. Dissertation Writing on September 7, 2013 at 4:57 am

    I like her doodling designs they look quite natural to the modern ideas.

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