Art Junction Organizes Independence Day Special Online Art Competition Oct01


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Art Junction Organizes Independence Day Special Online Art Competition

Art Junction conducted an Independence Day Special Online Art Competition. The competition’s theme mainly touched the Independence Day of Pakistan and students enthusiastically took a part in it. The duration of this art competition was from 14th August to 15th August.

A meeting was held with the competition’s participants and they showed a deep interest in how this competition played an important role in their enhancing skills and was a wonderful experience for them. The participants added that in the future if the same kind of event is brought forward, they won’t be reluctant to take part.

As Pakistan’s independence has a marked influence on every patriot of this country, every portrait delivered a beautiful message of its’ own. It showed the significance of how truly gifted these individuals feel to have an independent country.

A winner and a runner-up contestant were announced later when the portraits were gone through. A total of 10 contestants took part in a unique entry of their own.

The first entry was of Tehreem Raza’s portrait, named as “Dream Come True”, which manifested the beautiful image Minar-e-Pakistan. Minar-e-Pakistan is a symbol of dreams and hope for all Pakistanis.

Second portrait was submitted to us by Atina Daud, and her art piece is called ”Map of Pakistan drenched in green and khaki”. This art piece is a symbol of unity and strength and depicted a visible image of the khaki uniform colours worn by the soldiers of our army.

Coming to the third entry by Eman Fatima, it was named as “King of all mosques” which evidently sounds familiar. This image is of the very noble Badshahi Mosques, built by the Mughals and is considered to be one of Lahore’s most iconic landmarks.

Fourth entry was named “Heroes”, drawn by Tasveeb Wahab. The sketch shows two soldiers facing towards their country’s flag, and pledging to fight for their country.

The fifth sketch, made by Daud Qamar reveals the two famous personalities; Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Iqbal. The sketch is called “Two Famous Leaders of Pakistan”.  Allama Muhammad lqbal and Quaid e Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah are without a doubt the two most significant and compelling pioneers of the 20th century Muslim India. Their shared relationship is a subject of generous unity.

Sixth entry was unique as it was a video submitted by Ali Naeem and was called “Deliverance of Hope”. Jinnah was a man of honour and he did what he promised with such finesse that all would pale in front of him.

The seventh entry was by Maniha Aamir Barry and is called “What makes Pakistan iconic”.  National Symbols are known to implant a feeling of pride and enthusiasm in each Pakistanis’ heart. The artist chose to present the picture of Pakistan at its best through its national animal i.e. Markhor and its national flower i.e. Jasmine.

Eighth sketch was made Sheeza Arshad, and is called “Jinnah, the man of perception”. The sketch is of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who drove Pakistan’s independence from British-controlled India and was its first lead representative general.

The second last sketch is a beautiful piece of art made by Hania Ali, also the winner of this competition, and is called the “Legacy of independence”.

Coming to our last entry made by Eman Fatima, the art piece captured 5 main monuments of Pakistan from different cities and is called “monuments of Pakistan”. The runner-up for this competition was Tehreem Raza, who sketched the beautiful minaret of the Minar-e-Pakistan.

Last but not the least, The Art Junction ended its Independence Day Special Online Art Competition with a moving musical performance by Team Socials. It is time to cherish the ones who made our independence possible. Freedom is hard to get, but we were blessed to have it.