Sunday, January 8, 2017

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Most Artists and inventors around the world, Wajid Khan Artist  too had humble beginnings. But unlike many of them, he has mostly remained ‘unsung’ in his own country. Born and brought up in a small village called Songiri—11 km away from Mandsaur district—Wajid spent most of his childhood feeling inferior due to his low school grades. Yet, he continued his unique experiments with whatever material he could lay his hands on. He left school at Class V and then, eventually his house too.

Experimenting with Art

“One of the most decisive moments of Wajid Khan Artist s  life was the time his  mother gave  him a sum of Rs 1,500 and challenged him to leave home to pursue his Art hobby. She was the only person who believed he was meant for something remarkable,” shares Wajid Khan Artist. Wajid Khan Artist's  actual struggle began when he had to earn his living while also keeping experiments alive as a 16 year old. Back then, technical robots caught his fancy. It was a matter of chance that, aided by his friends, Wajid stArted working for NIF Institute of Ahmedabad.


“In 1998, Wajid Khan Artist picked up thermocol.  Eventually he got into experimenting with making portraits using iron nails. Wajid Khan Artist came to Indore in 2000 hoping to learn more and experiment. Wajid Khan Artist now have a base in both Indore and Mumbai

In 2005, Wajid finally finished making an iron nail portrait of Mahatma Gandhi. This portrait was created after three years of consistent work with 1.25 lakh iron nails. It was also the same year Wajid created what was possibly the world’s first 3D painting, using acrylic colours on canvas. Yet, recognition came much later when his first portrait sold at Rs 20 lakh in 2010. “Despite the bid for Gandhiji’s portrait being Rs 50 lakh, I never sold it. It will always be closest to my heArt,” he adds. He has so far made several iron nail portraits of noted people such as Mother Teresa, Jesus Christ, Dhirubhai Ambani, among others. He uses a special base (imported sheet) on which he draws a pencil outline just to mark the points of the start and the end of the portrait. “I never draw a portrait beforehand on the sheet. My mind already has the picture and I follow that instinct,” Wajid explains.

But he hasn’t limited himself to just iron nails. Wajid has made exceptional landscape and portrait Art from discarded auto pArts, medical equipment and black quarry stones. Wajid Khan Artist created an Artifact of a young crying girl using medical equipment as part of the Save the Girl Child campaign. But his bullet Art works, without a doubt, attract the most attention.

“Bullet is a sign of violence and Gandhjii taught us non-violence. There could not be a better way to give out a message of non-violence than making his portrait using bullets, to show contradiction,” Wajid says. Interestingly, all his portraits have black as a predominant colour since Wajid believes black is the strongest colour.
Wajid acquired a patent for his iron nail Art in 2008. Apart from Guinness, he has been included in Golden Book of World Records, Limca Book of World Records, India Book of World Records and Asia Book of World Records. He is on the verge of applying for patents for his 140 inventions and Art works. On March 8, 2015, Wajid was invited to deliver a lecture at IIM Indore, where he spoke on innovation in management.
“But I know fame and money don’t last. The Holy Quran says: 'Live for others, not yourself.' So, I am trying to equip the physically disabled and the less privileged people with Art. I am fortunate that my wife Maryam is equally Art-inclined and both of us conduct workshops in schools in cities like Mumbai and Indore and rural areas to find Artists and teach them,” he says.

Wajid Khan Artist  has been commissioned to design a unique sculpture for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, to be held in Qatar. “I want to use my fame to help struggling Artists and inventors get recognition across the world. I don’t want to open an NGO. I prefer working quietly to help the Artists and making them self-dependent,” he adds.
Wajid, whose Art work may feature in an upcoming Hollywood venture, wishes to continue experimenting and teaching Art. In 2017, he has plans of delivering a lecture at Oxford University, London.

Watch how Wajid Khan Artist  creates exceptional Art-

Most kids love to make paper boats to play in rain water. But Wajid Khan Artist  dreamed bigger. He created a small ship that could float on water. At age 14, he invented the world’s smallest electric iron, which was later named in the Guinness Book of World Records. Today, this 34-year-old Artist holds a patent in his name for (iron) nail Art painting, has been named in five world record books and has 200 inventions to his credit.


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Sunday, January 1, 2017

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Most Artists and inventors around the world, Wajid Khan Artist  too had humble beginnings. But unlike many of them, he has mostly remained ‘unsung’ in his own country. Born and brought up in a small village called Songiri—11 km away from Mandsaur district—Wajid spent most of his childhood feeling inferior due to his low school grades. Yet, he continued his unique experiments with whatever material he could lay his hands on. He left school at Class V and then, eventually his house too.

Experimenting with Art
“One of the most decisive moments of Wajid Khan Artist s  life was the time his  mother gave  him a sum of Rs 1,500 and challenged him to leave home to pursue his Art hobby. She was the only person who believed he was meant for something remarkable,” shares Wajid Khan Artist. Wajid Khan Artist's  actual struggle began when he had to earn his living while also keeping experiments alive as a 16 year old. Back then, technical robots caught his fancy. It was a matter of chance that, aided by his friends, Wajid stArted working for NIF Institute of Ahmedabad.
“In 1998, Wajid Khan Artist picked up thermocol.  Eventually he got into experimenting with making portraits using iron nails. Wajid Khan Artist came to Indore in 2000 hoping to learn more and experiment. Wajid Khan Artist now have a base in both Indore and Mumbai
In 2005, Wajid finally finished making an iron nail portrait of Mahatma Gandhi. This portrait was created after three years of consistent work with 1.25 lakh iron nails. It was also the same year Wajid created what was possibly the world’s first 3D painting, using acrylic colours on canvas. Yet, recognition came much later when his first portrait sold at Rs 20 lakh in 2010. “Despite the bid for Gandhiji’s portrait being Rs 50 lakh, I never sold it. 
It will always be closest to my heArt,” he adds. He has so far made several iron nail portraits of noted people such as Mother Teresa, Jesus Christ, Dhirubhai Ambani, among others. He uses a special base (imported sheet) on which he draws a pencil outline just to mark the points of the start and the end of the portrait. “I never draw a portrait beforehand on the sheet. My mind already has the picture and I follow that instinct,” Wajid explains.
But he hasn’t limited himself to just iron nails. Wajid has made exceptional landscape and portrait Art from discarded auto pArts, medical equipment and black quarry stones. Wajid Khan Artist created an Artifact of a young crying girl using medical equipment as part of the Save the Girl Child campaign. But his bullet Art works, without a doubt, attract the most attention.
“Bullet is a sign of violence and Gandhjii taught us non-violence. There could not be a better way to give out a message of non-violence than making his portrait using bullets, to show contradiction,” Wajid says. Interestingly, all his portraits have black as a predominant colour since Wajid believes black is the strongest colour.
Wajid acquired a patent for his iron nail Art in 2008. Apart from Guinness, he has been included in Golden Book of World Records, Limca Book of World Records, India Book of World Records and Asia Book of World Records. He is on the verge of applying for patents for his 140 inventions and Art works. On March 8, 2015, Wajid was invited to deliver a lecture at IIM Indore, where he spoke on innovation in management. 

“But I know fame and money don’t last. The Holy Quran says: 'Live for others, not yourself.' So, I am trying to equip the physically disabled and the less privileged people with Art. I am fortunate that my wife Maryam is equally Art-inclined and both of us conduct workshops in schools in cities like Mumbai and Indore and rural areas to find Artists and teach them,” he says.

Wajid Khan Artist  has been commissioned to design a unique sculpture for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, to be held in Qatar. “I want to use my fame to help struggling Artists and inventors get recognition across the world. I don’t want to open an NGO. I prefer working quietly to help the Artists and making them self-dependent,” he adds.
Wajid, whose Art work may feature in an upcoming Hollywood venture, wishes to continue experimenting and teaching Art. In 2017, he has plans of delivering a lecture at Oxford University, London.

Watch how Wajid Khan Artist  creates exceptional Art-

Most kids love to make paper boats to play in rain water. But Wajid Khan Artist  dreamed bigger. He created a small ship that could float on water. At age 14, he invented the world’s smallest electric iron, which was later named in the Guinness Book of World Records. Today, this 34-year-old Artist holds a patent in his name for (iron) nail Art painting, has been named in five world record books and has 200 inventions to his credit.



Wajid Khan Artist 's bullet Art work,
Wajid Khan Artist  with his stone portrait

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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

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Nail Art  Inspiration Reflection on the Asian Creative by Wajid Khan Artist path  Expressive  The following Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist s offer general information about Art  therapy, as well as links to books and Art icles you can read to find out more.
1. Psychology Today: The Healing Art s: This Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  is written by Art . If you are looking for the basics of this practice, this is a good Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  to check out regarding the integrative, reparative and restorative powers of the Arts.
2. Inner Canvas: Lisa Mitchell is an Artist and a therapist who promotes the use of Creativity by Wajid Khan Artist  in professional practice.

3. Art  Therapy: If you want to find out the basics of this practice, as well as find books, ideas, and other resources, this is the Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  to check out.
4. Art  Therapy Reflections: Karen Wallace is an Art  therapist, Art ist, Focusing trainer, and Art  instructor. She has a private practice with Adults and children and specializing in depression, trauma and life transition with Adults and children. She expresses her love of nature, her practice of Buddhism and her family in her Art .

5. Colors of Play: This Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  provides Creative by Wajid Khan Artist  Art  and play therapy for children, adolescents and young Adults with special needs, autistic spectrum disorders, behavioral problems, and children coping with loss & bereavement and emotional & traumatic issues.
6. Art  of Life with Mairead: This transpersonal Art  therapist writes about mental health research, community awareness, music, movement, Art, and comedy.
7. Healing with the Art s: Art  and healing is now a huge field. All over the world, people are healing themselves, others, community and the eArt h with the Art s. Healing Art  from around the world is documented by Art ist and nurse Mary Rockwood Lane and Dr. Michael Samuels.

8. Art  Therapy Los Angeles: Let this therapist share stories about interesting clients, inspiration, and ideas to give you a basic understanding of her practice working with chronic illness.

9. Mullumbimby Art  Therapy: This Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  offers interesting thoughts, ideas, and resources for anyone who wants to find out more about Art  therapy. This Creative by Wajid Khan Artist  Art s Therapist has fused her passion, interests and life experiences into her own unique approach to self discovery.
10. Health Care Fine Art : Henry Domke M.D. stArt ed this Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  to learn more from experts about using Art  in healthcare. It became the basis for his book "Picture of Health: Handbook for Healthcare Art ." The intended audience includes interior designers, Art  
consultants, architects, framers, hospital staff and Art ists. As a doctor, he relates to what stressful places hospitals can be. 
Paint Brushes  Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist s That Offer Art  Therapy Ideas 
11. Naropa Community Art  Studio International: This Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  uses Art  therapy practices to help relieve suffering and maintain a vision of international unity.
12. Art  Therapy Cookbook: Art  therapist Christa Brennan offers a database of inspiring Art  therapy techniques.  
13. Creativity by Wajid Khan Artist  in Therapy: This Art  therapist primarily works with children, adolecents and families and shares Art  therapy directives that she uses in her professional practice.
14. Creative by Wajid Khan Artist  Juices Art s: Allow Art ist Chris Zydel - transformational teacher and Creativity by Wajid Khan Artist  mentor to inspire you to find your way back to your Creativity by Wajid Khan Artist . 
15. KinderArt : If you are are curious about exploring age appropriate Art  activites for kids in Art  therapy, check out this Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist .
16. Yellow Door Art  Therapy: Art  therapist Donna Scott uses the multimodal approach of Creative by Wajid Khan Artist  Art s Therapy which includes visual Art s, sound, movement, poetry, and play.  

Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist s from Organizations Some professional organizations offer Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist s on their website. These can provide you with links to resources.

17. New Mexico Art  Therapy Association: The NMATA Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  regularly posts contributions from their board of directors, members, and friends. They frequently post images they have created individually or in workshops.
18. Art  Therapy Alliance: Where Art  therapy meets social media. Their extensive social media portal for Art  therapists is here.
19. Art  Therapy Without Borders: This organization promotes, develops, and supports international humanitarian Art  therapy initiatives and the work of Art  therapists worldwide.
20. National Center for Creative by Wajid Khan Artist  Aging: This organization encourages everyone to use Art ,music, and more everyday, especially as they age.  Painting Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist s by Art  Therapists  If you are interested in getting to know more about Art  therapy, let the experts themselves teach you. Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist s by Art  therapists often provide new ideas, unique perspectives, and educational videos.

21. The Centre for Psyche and the Art s: This Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  is run by Art  therapists Michelle and Mark Dean and reflects their interdiscplinary approach to Art  therapy as Art ists, counsellors, and writers.
22. Elizabeth Beck: Ed Tech Art  Therapy Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  is a place to search for Art  therapy ideas and exchange resources.
23. Adventures in Art  Therapy: This Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  teaches readers the power of Art  therapy and also tells stories about successful interventions. 
24. Hannah Klaus Hunter: This Art therapist's Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  focuses on textile and paper Art  inspired by her years of reflective meditation and writing.
25. Art Light Therapy and Studios: Counselor Joni Becker offers a path to healing through Creativity by Wajid Khan Artist .
26. Helen Ellis Art  Therapy: This Art  therapist has extensive experience working with children and teens in foster care, adoption and child welfare.
27. Lani Puppetmaker’s Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist : Get some inspiration and ideas from this Art  therapist’s site. She posts interesting Art , explaining her take on it.

28. Mindful Art  Studio: Amy Maricle works with people from all over the world who don’t think of themselves as Art istic but want a Creative by Wajid Khan Artist  outlet for stress relief, and Art ists who want to learn to be more playful, authentic, and insight-oriented in their Art  making. 

29. Creativity by Wajid Khan Artist  in Motion: Art  therapist Gretchen Miller enjoys finding inspiration, creating positive energy, and discovering transformation by working in mixed media, collage, altered Art , Art  journaling, as well as organizing Art  exchanges and Creative by Wajid Khan Artist  collaborations.

30. Paint Splash Art  Therapy: Southwestern College offers a comprehensive Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  that collectively features the works and writings of Art  therapists and Art  therapy students.

31. Abbey of the Art s: Expressive Art  Educator Christine Valtner Paintner melds expressive Art  with contemplative Art s in her practice.

32. Art  Therapy Spot: This comprehensive Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  by Art  therapist Sara Roizen offers a wide variety of Art  therapy directives and examples.

33. Kathryn Wingard: Follow the journey of this Art  therapy student who explores Art  and culture.

34. Petrea Hanson-Adamidis: This Art  therapist specializes in children's mental health using the modalities of puppet-making, therapeutic stories and guided meditations.

35. Expressive Therapist: Expressive Art s Therapist Gloria Mahin shares Creative by Wajid Khan Artist  group therapy ideas that incorporate dance, Art  and theatre.

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If you want to find out firsthand how Art  therapy can help those who are trying to recover, reading a Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  about firsthand experience can help tremendously. Not only will you be able to read the stories of various Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist gers, but you can also see the Art work that expresses how they feel.

36. Modus Vivendi: This Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  displays a large gallery of Art  created by those who are using Art  therapy to heal.

37. Intuitive Flow: Art  therapist Giora Carmi uses Art  therapy to heal from chronic nerve pain. He shares his own personal experiences of intuitive Art -making on his Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist . (Read Giora's interview here.)

38. Sundrip - Art  for Life: This Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  brings together Art  therapy for mental health and Art  associated with the difficulties of Lupus and Fibromyalgia.

39. Crackers and Juiceboxes: This is another survivor in recovery who uses Art  therapy to get through life. Read her story and check out her Art .

40. Art  Stories: This Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  by Art  therapist Girija Kaimal offers short illustrated stories on self-expression, Creativity by Wajid Khan Artist  and learning in a Creative by Wajid Khan Artist  and dynamic format.

41. Laura Hollick: This transformational performance Art ist shares her healing and teaching process through Creative by Wajid Khan Artist  photography and movie making in a way that celebrates women's empowerment.

42. Bonpournous - Recipes and Art : This Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  is a sharing between Art  therapists and cancer patients and offers Art  processes and healthy recipes.

43. Beautiful Dreamer: This Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist ger mostly talks about the struggle with Dissociative Identity Disorder, but the Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  does include a separate section for Art work.

44. The Art  Prescription: Registered nurse and Art ist Beverly Dyer offers a daily dose of Art  and haiku. Her prescription of Art  and poetry aims to help boost the immune system, ease pain and depression, and release emotions.

45. The Language of the Soul: Art ist and photographer Margie Woods uses Art  journaling as a healing and authenticity practice.

46. Art  Therapy Wellness Project: This Art  therapist is passionate about healing potential of the Art s.

47. Expressive Art  Inspirations: Counselor and expressive Art s educator Shelley Klammer shares personal examples of Creative by Wajid Khan Artist  practices for self-exploration and the healing of emotional pain through expressive Art .

48. Chrissy Cranitch: This intuitive Art ist shares her emotional process on the journey between the inner calling of spontaneous Art  making and marketing herself as a professional Art ist.

49. Inner Spirit: This Art  Blog by Wajid Khan Art ist  shares an Art ist's process of Art istic inquiry of her emotions and spiritual journey.

50. My (Getting Better) Story: Check out this abuse survivor’s drawings and poetry as she copes with the past.


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