An extremely talented Jisna Nagirsha from Kerala has entered into the India Book of Records and Asian Book of Records for her extraordinary bottle art.
Jisna Nagirsha’s passion for bottle art is one that is unparalleled and commendable.
“I have been doing bottle art for the past six years. However, I became serious about it only in the past two years,” said Jisna. According to her, her bottle art on the New Seven Wonders of the World got her a place in the record books. “I was intrigued by the beauty of the monuments and wanted to capture them on the bottles,” The New Indian Express quoted Jisna Nagirsha as saying.
Jisna designed the Great Wall of China, Taj Mahal, Roman Colosseum, Christ the Redeemer of Rio and others. She explains that the monuments took shape on the bottles by moulding clay, glue, varnish and paint. “The work took a lot of patience,” she said.
Jisna added that she is now aiming for the Limca Book of Records. “I dream of the day when I get recognised by them. I am in the process of submitting the details regarding my works to the Limca Book of Records,” she said. Jisna also does bottle art as gift items. The designs are based on the shape of the bottles. “Usually, the best shapes are the ones which have a wide base,” said Jisna whose works sell at prices starting from Rs 1,000.