True Art Can Never Be Measured, Anmol Mathur’s Achievement Is One Such Reap

During the pandemic in March 2020, Anmol was named in the World Book of Records, and also placed himself the fourth in Guinness World Record for the world's largest bubble wrap painting

Art in its true form will always impersonate Or depict life. Through this article, a new artist and his unique art along with his extraordinary achievements will be talked about. Madhya Pradesh artist Anmol Mathur lives in Indore who believes that the rest of the world dreams of a stable family, and work but he dreams of rich and vibrant colors, which fill the void of mundaneness.

Anmol is driven by a passion for creating art. His muse is life itself, its turns, the ups, and the downs. Anmol lost his father when he was only 23. Dreams took a turn to reality, as his family struggled to make ends meet. Anmol could not finish his education because he had to take up the responsibility of supporting his family.

At present day, Anmol Mathur is India’s first digital fluid artist. He started by illustrating children’s books Amar Chitra Katha, and Chanda Mama. He learned to create artforms by creating illustrations for storybooks by creating visual characters for comic books.

Anmol had his first exhibition at Radisson Hotel. That was his first opportunity to present his art to the world. And since then he has been traveling throughout the world, imbibing experiences of a lifetime.

During the pandemic in March 2020, he was named in the World Book of Records, and also placed himself the fourth in Guinness World Record for the world’s largest bubble wrap painting. Speaking about his achievement, Anmol said that every art is a story. He believes that creating art is like fighting for survival.

In recent times, 35-year-old Mathur likes to be known as the 21st century’s first liquid digital artist in the world. Mathur is known for his art in various countries like the United Kingdom, Mexico, New York, Argentina, U, A, E, Lithuania, France, Italy, Turkey, Bangladesh, Egypt, Norway, Germany, India, Australia, etc.

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