Wayanad: The compound wall of a house close to Mathamangalam Bhagavati temple has been become to a canvas depicted with local lifestyles surrounding the temple. Rasheed Image, the owner of Palakkunnu House, painted the photo on his compound wall making it a completely unique piece of creativity.
Rasheed, in conjunction with the locals, had wiped clean up the border wall between the residence and the temple and the premises for the temple pageant. During the work, Rasheed decided that the wall need to be painted with the pictures of the temple, banyan tree and the festival ground. Though he changed into an artist, it has been years considering the fact that he stroked the brush. However, he whitewashed the compound wall and began drawing photographs.
Rasheed is operating as the Creative Head in Saif Packaging enterprise in Qatar. He came to his domestic for a vacation and idea approximately drawing the photograph a day before the temple competition. When Rasheed started out painting, the locals and neighbours also supported him with hints.
While drawing the mango tree, a neighbour requested him to add mangoes at the lowest of the tree to provide a nostalgic feeling. Rasheed recalled that the large mango tree in the courtyard of the temple changed into the sweetest memory of his adolescence. The tree was chopped down six years ago.
Finally, he finished the pics with 3-d effect after 5 days of the pageant. The mantra ‘Asathoma Sadgamaya’ also has been written at the wall. Everyone who arrived for the competition had been amazed to see the 3-d painting and liked Rasheed.
“A girl in the neighbourhood changed into in tears of joy after seeing the photo and it’s far the greatest reward for me,” Rasheed stated. He said that he used twigs and leaves to offer the 3-D impact if you want to appeal to the public to artwork. Otherwise the image would had been an ordinary art form.
Rasheed’s youngsters Athil Ramees and Riya Fathima also helped him within the paintings. His spouse Seenath additionally support him in the assignment. Rasheed learned arts from Kozhikode Universal Arts School of Fine Arts. He is planning an artwork programme primarily based on a nature-associated topic alongside along with his batch pals there.
All of them will draw pics at the logs piled up on the roadside from Muthanga to Lakkidi in the coming Sundays. Earlier, Rasheed was running as an arts teacher and had designed trademarks and cover pages for guides inclusive of Mathrubhumi. He went foreign places afterwards. He is likewise energetic in nature conservation.