Aalekhya Murals is a studio focusing on art creation, particularly traditional mural art works. He gives illustrates literary magazines like Kanal, Kathiru and Thaliyola. The mural painting of Thuravoor Narasimhasami Temple prompted her to the world of painting.It is a joint venture of two artists, Rejeev Ayyampuzha and Nanditha Babu, located at Mookkannoor, Angamaly. He devotes time to take classes on mural painting in various camps also. Her paintings in charcoal and water color did not hinder her interest in mural painting.A distinguishing characteristic of mural painting is that the architectural elements of the given space are harmoniously incorporated into the picture.
Rejeev and Nanditha have enriched the walls of several houses, jewelleries and hotels with distinctive murals. Nanditha Babu was born in Eramallor, Ernakulam Dist., and educated in Munnar, Chammanad, and went to N. It is believed that she inherited this art form from an ancestor in her family who was an expert in the traditional style of mural painting in temples.
They have had creative stints abroad, introducing Indian tradition in their projects. HIs works enliven the page art and literary magazines like Kanal, Kathir and Thaliyola. Her yearning for mural painting took her to the maestro Sri.
‘Anamika’ an exhibition conducted in association with her master on at Durbar Hall Art Gallery, Ernakulam won her acclaim and laurels. The media has always extended to her their warm support.
World famous artists like Bose Krishnamachari and K. Nanditha has the privilege of being the only woman mural painter in Kerala.
Initiated by the works of mural artists like Graham Rust or Rainer Maria Latzke in the 1980s, trompe-l'oeil painting has experienced a renaissance in private and public buildings in Europe.
Today, the beauty of a wall mural has become much more widely available with a technique whereby a painting or photographic image is transferred to poster paper or canvas which is then pasted to a wall surface to give the effect of either a hand-painted mural or realistic scene. He has drawn many pictures in the traditional style in many foreign countries. He has enriched the walls of several homes, beautified jewellery and hotels with murals. Karunakaran, Bose Krishnamachari, Director BINALE, KOCHI and writer K. Mohana Varma graced the occasion with their august presence.She has also conducted several exhibitions in and outside Kerala.At present, she resides in Mookkannoor in Ernakulam Dist., with her husband Babu, son Vishnu and her daughter Bhadra.