Manama: 3D painting show at Oasis Mall, Juffair in association with Brain craft International, Bahrain organized a 3D Art Painting show with 3D Artists and Guinness record holders, Limnesh Augustine & Jincy Babu (Artist Profile attached) along with Braincraft Art academy students, on 30th October 2020 as part of Braincraft International’s 1st anniversary celebrations.
Around 40 kids from the age of 6 years took part in the event, following strict social distancing guidelines and Covid protocol. Only 3 kids were permitted to paint at a time with a minimum distance of 2 meters, maintained at all times with masks, gloves and sanitizers.It was a unique learning experience for Kids to use large brushes and paint in their assigned areas and experience the beauty of creating the 900 square feet 3D Painting. “We have taken our First steps to learn this unique art form” – said Parthi Jain(12 years) “Thanks to Jincy Ma’am, Limnesh sir and the whole Braincraft and Oasis mall team for giving us this opportunity” said Arpita Elizabeth Sam(14 years). Also Abia Minha’s (6 years) parent Abdul Gafoor noted that “It was an exotic experience for kids.They will cherish this experience for rest of their life”. The painting was open to public on 31st October 2020 5:00 PM in the presence of Munish Bhandari, Head of Properties Al-Rashid Group , Kaizad Sanjana Marketing Manager, Oasis Mall-Juffair, Sunil Gopal Manager-Mothercare Oasis Mall, Joy Mathews-CEO Braincraft and C.M.Junith Hon. Director, Braincraft. Signing ceremony of the painting by these budding artists was one of the highlight of the event and Certificates and gift coupons were distributed to all the artists. Title of Painting: “Books – The world of Fact and Fantasy” The painting is a 3D anamorphic interactive painting. The size of the painting is 900 square feet and was completed in two days Theme of the painting: The painting depicts a very popular board game from Canada called the “Trivial Pursuit”. The winning in this game is determined by a player’s ability to answer general knowledge and popular culture questions. Throughout the painting there are interactive objects related to the six knowledge areas from which the questions are asked in the board game. Due to the pandemic, families are stuck at home. It has its negative as well as positive sides. The culture of board games involving all family members is regaining its legacy. Engaging families in games like Trivial Pursuit will not only help to build up the family bonding, but also to improve their knowledge and love for books. Kids should realize that Knowledge is the greatest power and they should never limit themselves in life. It conveys a message that books being the source of knowledge will help us win the game of life.