Abhijit Nigade | Interview


Abhijit Nigade - Artist from India

Times Of Youth: For those who don’t know about you and your work, can you tell us a little about yourself?

Abhijit Nigade: My name is Abhijit Nigade. I have a very strong interest in art & do love to explore it. I do wood carving, drawing,  Painting & digital art. I am a career oriented person. I strongly believe that to achieve heights in our field, one should have a strong imagination and views. I have not learned drawing anywhere, but mastered it by actual practicing.
Times Of Youth: How would you describe your work to someone who has never known about it?


Abhijit Nigade: I introduced my work to people through social networking sites and many a times on a personal level.

Times Of Youth: At what age did you start doing all this work? Has your family always been supportive of this choice of career?

Abhijit Nigade: I started my work since a very early age of 16. And yes of course, my family has played a very important role in this.
Times Of Youth: Which of your projects are you most proud of and why?

Abhijit Nigade: I have created a short animated film, "No Man's Land". I am very proud of that film.

Times Of Youth: Where do you see yourself in next 5 years?

Abhijit Nigade: I want to see myself at a very higher level in this field, working with some renowned company.
Times Of Youth: Any message to your fans or followers via TIMES OF YOUTH?

Abhijit Nigade: Trust your own work always, and keep moving, you will definitely get chance to reach your goal.

Times Of Youth: Do tell us how can fans contact you to share their appreciation/feedback/suggestions.

Abhijit Nigade: They can mail me on my e-mail id nigadeabhi@gmail.com or follow my blog or on facebook..

My name is Abhijit Nigade. I have a very strong interest in art & do love to explore it. I do wood carving, drawing, Painting & digital art. I am a career oriented person. I strongly believe that to achieve heights in our field, one should have a strong imagination and views. I have not learned drawing anywhere, but mastered it by actual practicing.