Bhubaneswar: Renowned 3-D artist and Guinness world record holder Tracy Lee Stum started her two day workshop on 3-D Art in collaboration with Bakul Library, BMC and Odisha Tourism.
Only her second visit to the city of temples Tracy has been inspired by the works made by Bakul foundation and BMC especially the motive to drive different awareness programmes through art and paint.
Earlier on the day, Tracy along with 10 other students including two noted wall painters of city Sanjulata Sahoo and Snehalata Maharana showed their unique creation of beautifully mesmerizing anamorphic projections or 3-D paintings using Acrylic and tempera paints.
Tracy was in love with Bhubaneswar and the work of Bakul Foundation in promoting public art by painting public walls, or having artists paint on canvases at the railway station and on the roads. She was also inspired by Bakul’s attempts in using art for a purpose by painting at children’s hospitals and public toilets. Hence, she volunteered to come down to Bhubaneswar to conduct 3-D Street Art workshops with Bakul.
The programme was held in the presence of BMC Commissioner, Tourism Secretary Arti Ahuja who discussed with Tracy her ideas of having a Street Art Festival here in Bhubaneswar and the possibility of having her over for one in city.