“They told me that I was taking a big risk by painting while working. But I have an optimistic approach, I leave things to time and keep pushing forward with confidence in myself and faith in what I’m doing” says Avanish Trivedi, painter, model employee and father of two.
Occasionally you come across a person who says things like, “I used to paint/sing/dance”, people who threw in the towel, because they couldn’t find that precious balance between work and passion. Listening to Kalpesh, one gets the impression that he’s doing a fine job balancing both.
"I’ve always been making art, but it was my spirituality that bought me closer to calligraphy." Though he has been a calligraphy artist only for three years, it’s only a matter of time before other calligraphers start citing Salim Khan as one of their influences.