Sowmya is an animator and Illustrator.
She has illustrated three books in Tulika's Looking at art series, and one picture book, 'What Did You See? and illustrates for children's magazines, too.
She has just completed an exciting project about an alternative look at children's literature-Literature for Kids by Kids. They work with children from various tribes (predominantly from the Gond tribe) in Madhya Pradesh.
She has also worked on a range of short animation film projects that include classical hand-drawn animation as well as clay and paper cutout animation.
She has been involved in developing a range of communication material for children and conducting animation and illustration workshops for them.
A Student film at NID was screened at MONSTRA -Lisbon Animated Film Festival, Lisbon , 2009 and awarded best film, Character Design, at Kol.Katha '09, animation film festival,Kolkata, India, 2009.
She grew up in Bombay and has been dividing her time between Bhopal and Ahmedabad in the past year. Currently she is in Pondicherry, and hope to travel along…
An interesting introduction to the works of Jamini Roy.
A story of separation, of belonging, of space, of identity, of dreams, of inspiration
An introduction to the life and works of M.F. Hussain.
An introduction to the life and work of Amrita Sher-Gill, the artist
Dinos in our own backyard!
Inspired by the Olympics the birds of Birdywood decide to hold their own version of the games.
Valsa lends a helping hand to her aunt to restore a damaged Ravi Varma painting and is plunged into a world of art and music.