Mini Suboth is from a place known for its bold color – Mumbai, India.
Mini is the founder of Akshayashakti Welfare Association, an organization whose aim is to promote education, empowerment and health among the needy. Mini shares with us her personal journey of becoming a bold color painter and combining her painting passion with her social work in India.
“When you think [too much] you become fearful and your creativity will stop. So it’s very important to reach that state where you start creating with a lot of pleasure and happiness instead of thinking too much. So, paint from your heart and not your head.”
- How she made the bold move away from her degree in banking into painting
- How she uses her social work and paints with children suffering from cancer
- How she used her time during covid lockdown to paint
- How she approaches her paint pallet with her heart, not her head
- How her organization uses art to help the needy