About

When we look around us, we see a lot of things that relate to art, contain art and are art. Art is everywhere because people need to use it for daily uses. Art can come in the form of many things, including posters, murals, portraits, covers, paintings and more.

Art can be used to show one’s feelings and style of thinking. People use art to show their creativity and to kill boredom. I, myself use art for keeping myself engaged and to enhance my thinking capabilities. Art really is a  beautiful thing, i mean art makes a person humble, honest and patient. I am a Digital Artist (still in learning phase), pencil & pen user (for drawing), and Photographer.

I and my Passion for arts grew up together. As long as I remember, I started drawing when I was 10 years old. Then a shift came into my life when I started using internet- Google and YouTube helped me a lot to learn new mediums of art. By watching video tutorials on YouTube and reading articles on Google, I have reached to a point, where I can call myself a graphic designer. And recently I’ve completed my Masters Degree in Business Administration.

I started photography in 2007, when I got my first digital camera (canon powershot), but I started taking keen interest in photography, when I got my first DSLR in September, 2012. Since then, it has just become a larger than life thing. Now wherever I go, I see things differently- and before looking through the viewfinder, I mostly try to make the picture in my mind.

Anyhow, this is my personal blog and I’ll be sharing all of my art work here (that is why i named it ARTography).
Hope you guys will like my work and give me some productive suggestions and guidance.   🙂

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