• Cartist donate 50 paintings to raise funds by online auction
  • Proceedings from Auction goes to PM CARES Fund
On World Heritage Day, a few years back Cartist started its journey to bring automobile and art together. Today, on the same day, founder of Cartist Himanshu Jangid have decided to give away his collection of 50 paintings to PM CARES Fund to show his solidarity in these difficult times.Cartist will conduct a 24-hour online auction on May 9, 2020. The sale proceeds will be 100% donated to PM CARES Fund for COVID-19 under “Cartist against Covid-19.”

Secondly, to support young artist community, we will also conduct an online exhibition and online sale of paintings created by these artists. 100% sale proceeds will be transferred directly to artist’s account in these difficult times to support them in the future.

Himanshu Jangid says ,While restoring cars, I was introduced to art through my keen observations on the wall of royals and industrial houses. I instantly fell in love. Coming from a middle-class family, I was never been introduced to art nor we got the opportunity at school and college to experience.  I was lucky to find few young artists in Jaipur and around Rajasthan I told them I want to build a small art collection .Then slowly I realized that these artists livelihoods depend on me purchasing art from my savings. I wanted to expand my vision to support them in a sustainable manner. That period was the genesis of Cartist festival in Jaipur, that provided these young artists a platform to showcase their talent and create an artistic beginning in the world of automobiles.

Artist Painting for Auction on 9th May 
Ram Kumar – self-taught artist from a small village in Kishangarh, Ajmer. He used to work as a caretaker in house.  He was truly god gifted person, his artwork can be found with royal families and industrial houses.Unexpectantly, he passed away too soon and suddenly due to heart attack.You will find four of his artwork in the auction to raise funds for PM CARES Fund .

Supriy Sharma – He received his art education from Rajasthan School of Art, Jaipur. The subject matter of his artworks inspired by his experiences of everyday life and nature surrounded by his rooted village atmospheric scenes of Rajasthan. Through his artworks, there is the execution of space with sparkling pigments reflected along with the implementation of natural elements of his native essence, surrounded by rural culture. In 2016, he created few artworks to show his expression and observation how he sees the world of automobiles.Its really sad that Supriy departed to other world so soon .He will be missed .

Artist Online Exhibition and Sale
“Artist,Son of Covid Warrior”

Tirth Patel- in his 20’s is a young artist and son of Covid-19 warrior. His mother works in a private hospital in Ahmedabad. His father was a skilled bus body builder, who is no more. From an early life, Triti was fascinated towards car and machine. He grew up visiting body shops with his father and started drawing different forms of bus design. Money was always a problem but seeing his talent his cousin brother got him admission in an art college in Ahmedabad. He graduated with flying colors from Sheth C.N. College of Fine Art and currently pursuing his Master’s from Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda.
He has a unique style of work, where he find his object in the form of bus. He finds bus as a medium to express his emotions.
There is no resource at his disposal right now, except his mother meagre income. When the coronavirus hit, he was sent back from his university in Baroda to Ahmedabad. He is now with his family for more than a month, a small help to son of Covid warrior will help sustain