“You were performing like a star sand artist, watching your capability talent & personality towards art, for that I salute you” said Karan Johar after watching Sarvam Patel’s sand art performance in India’s Got Talent 7.
Meet Sarvam Patel, the young dynamic and talented sand artist from Mumbai. His excellence and talent in the field of art, sculpture and painting is commendable and deserves Global recognition. He is live sand-artist, speed painter and sculpture artist. He has performed for the reputed brands and institutions like TATA, Vodafone, Bharat Petroleum, Skoda, Mahindra, AXIS Bank, HDFC Bank, Birla Sun Life ,Ultratech, JSW, Petronet lNG Ltd, Kanakia Builders, Toyota, Bank of India, K7 anti virus, Sun Pharma and the list goes on. He also performed for Mr Devendra Fadnavis, Petroleum minister Mr. Dharmedra Pradhan, Mr Subhash Ghai , Dr Reddy, Indian Army & many more celebrities. He has also gifted Sabd portrait to Narendra Modi. His talent has been recognized internationally and he has performed in India’s Got Talent season 7 & BIG CELEBRITY challenge reality show. He has been live on CNBC Bazzar & CNBC Awaz with Great Sand Art for Nation. After years of training, hard work and struggle, Sarvam Patel finally opened his academy which today imparts knowledge of art to a total of 500 students in Mumbai and the count is increasing daily. Sarvam Patel is now one of the prominent names in the field of art, and is quite popular as one of the Best Sand Artist in India.
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In conversation with Sarvam Patel :
1. Since when have you started with your artwork and what made you interested in this field?
Artwork was something I enjoyed right from my childhood. I love creating, innovating and exploring art, sand art being one of them. There was a time when it was something to play with and I gradually got serious about sand art specially when people kept on appreciating after watching me perform sand art. Hence, I thought of making it a passionate profession.
2. What kind of art do you mainly indulge yourself in and why?
There are various forms of artwork that I do but mainly its the SAND ART. For me sand art is emotion, through it I can depict life stories of people. Sand connects me with the hidden emotions of such stories.
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3. The Bahubali Sand art of yours made you really famous worldwide, so how was the experience all together of getting this level of popularity?
4. What are your biggest achievements?
I might have many achievements but the biggest one would be that initially my parents were very confused about my work as they did not have any idea about sand art and it’s future possibilities. So, I felt a bit unsupported, but yet I continued with my work. Now at this stage they are more than happy and proud of me, therefore this is the biggest achievement of my life.
5. What is the most memorable thing that you have experienced in this field?
6. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
Fact of the life is that no one knows about their future, similarly I’m not aware of what I will be but definitely I just want to create the biggest platform for artists like me out there who are waiting for their chances and hoping for a bright future but not getting enough opportunities to do so.
7. What’s your favorite art work and why?
Well I do have a lot of favorites and nothing specific as such, but I get highly fascinated by artworks creating portraits of horses using various mediums.
8. What do you like and dislike about the art world?
There’s nothing like ” likes and dislikes ” about art specially. Art is a beautiful language which can be felt, be connected with and is full of expressions, without uttering a word. Art is transparent and pure.
9. Tell us about the struggles that you’ve faced in this field?
There’s struggle in everyone’s life so was with me and I don’t want to disclose it. Just one thing I would like to say is one should learn from the past experiences and move on as I did and should always keep up the good work.
10. Any message you would like to give to all the upcoming young artists?
Art should be a passion rather than a money making profession. Art can be sold but not the inborn talent, so one should respect and value the art and one’s own talent. Nothing is impossible just trust yourself, be confident and go on with your dreams.