WELCOME TO SCRIBBLE!
A program where children and adults are encouraged to go outside the lines.
Yes, you heard that right! If you are looking for perfectly finished projects to come back home, this is not the place to be 🙂 Here at my cosy home studio, its all about stimulation of the imagination of our budding artists, and letting them be free to explore in the true sense. So they not only develop their confidence in technical skills but also in their ideas and opinions; to be able to have a different viewpoint/ perspective of seeing the world.
A little about me: ANJALI AGARWAL
~ I am married and have 2 fabulous kids, who enjoy art as much as I do 🙂
~ My mind is constantly exploding with ideas related to design – interiors, graphic, painting, crafts, u name it! 🙂 I am blessed to be doing all the things I enjoy – graphic design, being an entrepreneur, being a mom, and of course learning and teaching art!
~ I’m a graphic designer at http://www.facebook.com/anjalifordesign
~ I co-create and sell health foods and snacks with my sister at http://www.facebook.com/HEARTIGRUB
~ Yoga, my favourite play list, and a good cup of tea brings me in my happy place!
My philosophy: Make learning joyous!
Every child is born an artist! – Picasso
Yet, somehow, as they grow up into adults, they lose the ability to think creatively and freely. Thats why at scribble, I encourage my lil scribblers, to be unafraid and express themselves unabashedly in their choice of strokes, colors, composition, without worrying about others opinion.
ABOUT ME IN A NUTSHELL! 🙂
Anjali Agarwal has a degree in Bachelor of Fine Arts, with a major in Visual Communication, from the American University in Dubai. She is a graphic designer and artist, working for the last 14 years. She is passionate about art, design, food, fashion and her family!
For more details or incase of any other questions, you can contact, Anjali Agarwal @ email@example.com
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