M. Zafar is a Street Artist from Lahore, Pakistan who served 40 years of his life in the Art industry in Saddar, Karachi. He is extremely passionate about his work. He had all the great opportunities to move to any foreign country and earn a handsome living but he refused because he wanted his art to make his beloved country beautiful. He believes art make life beautiful. After seeing his work, I believe he has magic in his hands.
Once his friend asked him to sketch of grand father and everyone was astonished by his talent when they saw the finished sketch. He thinks that this talent was gifted to him by Allah and he just had to polish his skills to get better. He appreciates the art that is earth and takes inspiration from the sea, waterfall, mountains and landscapes of Pakistan. He has honed his talent further and now even his children are interested in making a career in the field of art. Mr. Zafar also sells his art at Art gallery of Port Grand Art Gallery. According to him he sees art in everything and art is his life.
Art influences society by changing ideas, instilling values and translating experiences into the universe and time. Research has shown that art affects the basic sense of self. Painting, sculpture, music, books and other arts are often regarded as the place of public memory.
The artists give the world a sense of joy, collaboration, and inspiration, but also provide perceived criticism of our political, economic and social systems - pushing communities to actively engage and take steps towards social development.
Art promotes creativity and students who wish to pursue their skills should be encouraged. If you hear a lot of famous names out there, it is usually artists, actors and people in the entertainment industry.
The artist like Mr. Zafar who are infamous we should encourage their work. We should encourage our youth to not only science, mathematics, geography etc but also subjects that focus more on the arts.
A delineation, generally a vertical delineation or a sketch in which the artist writes his first ideas of a work that will ultimately be fulfilled with great perfection and detail. The term also applies to short- term creative retainers who may have cultural eventuality.
Sketch, traditionally a rough delineation or oil in which an artist notes down his primary ideas for a work that will ultimately be realized with lesser perfection and detail. The term also applies to brief creative pieces that per se may have cultural merit from the 18th century, still, sketch came to take on a new meaning, which has nearly come to relieve the traditional bone. The emphasis on newness and naturalness, which was an Integral part of the Romantic station, the fact that there was a great increase in the number of amateur artists, and the growing appreciation of nature, accompanied by an expansion of installations for trip, converted the sketch into commodity regarded as an end in itself — a slight and unpretentious picture, in some simple medium (pen and essay, pencil, marshland, or watercolour) recording a visual experience. This led to a revaluation of sketches that had firstly been created for other workshop