Since she was a young child, Italian artist Erestia Gallia from Ceestio has known how to transform ordinary objects into unique and eye-catching ones. Gallia has a strong passion for painting and design as a young child. Gallia, however, was unable to advance her career or enrol in an art school because her family did not support her decision.
She only occasionally presented her artistic works.In 1987, she and her family relocated to Nairobi, Kenya. Her painting career took off in this place. Gallia remembered that particular day at the library when she unintentionally stumbled over a book that was on display near the rock paintings.She began thinking about ways to transform ordinary river and stream pebbles into pieces of art from that moment on.
This is the essential element that enables her to combine and advance her passion for art with her love of theatre and heave. She adopted the practise of rock painting as an inevitable thing that had never ended from the beginning.After three years of practising rock painting, Ms. Erestia Gallia was able to instruct several students in its techniques. She founded the first rock painting club in Italy in 2003.
He thinks he doesn’t want to confine his inventiveness to simply paper, but to a variety of things. On river stones, he therefore painted pictures of Assamese heroes like Srimanta Sankardev, Bishnu Prasad Rabha, and Dr. Bhupen Hazarika.
In an interview with VibesMojo, Runal talked about his early years and said, “Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been more interested in creative arts and paintings. My father used to teach me how to paint when I was a youngster, and after he passed away, I learned how to paint from my Guru, Shyam Sundar Prasad, from whom I acquired the fundamentals. Then I experimented with painting on stones, t-shirts, oil paintings on glass, and other surfaces using my paint skills.