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Madhubani Painting Workshop
GET CREATIVE WITH VIBRANT COLOURS
Madhubani Painting Is One Of The Most Famous Ancient Indian Art Forms. It is originated from Madhubani district of Mithila region of Bihar, also called as Mithila Art.
Traditionally done on freshly plastered mud walls and floors of huts, Madhubani art now has received immense commercialization, it can be seen on sarees, dupattas, salwar suits, etc., it is being practiced and created on paper, cloth, canvas, wall hangings too.
The art of Painting using Natural colours is now replaced with acrylics, inks and poster paints with intricate decorative designs drawn with stick pens and black markers are used creatively to fill all the empty spaces in the painting.
Madhubani Paintings mostly depict nature and religious motifs and the themes generally are deities, nature, fishes, peacock etc. Natural objects like the Sun, the Moon, and the religious plants like Tulsi are also widely painted, along with the scenes from the royal court and social events like weddings.
This workshop aims to provide a hands-on understanding of aspects of the Madhubani art, such as its history, motifs, themes and drawing and painting techniques with Acrylics. Its main features are line drawings filled in by bright high contrast colors and very intricate details and patterns.Participants will be guided to make their own paintings. All art supplies and materials will be provided.
Come and unwind with art! Soak in 2.5hours of creativity and take home an intricate and vibrant piece of artwork, exclusively made by you !!
NOTE: In this workshop, you will be gently guided though a project of your choice. You can choose based on Fishes / Peacock / Deities … and many more).
Take away: Art work created by participant
No previous art experience needed – Adults and Children above 8 years are welcome.
When: 2nd September 2018, Sunday 11am to 1.30 pm
Fees: Rs.650/- inclusive of all materials. Just bring along your enthusiasm and learning spirit.
Venue: V Learn Arena, Kumaraswamy Layout (Nearest Metro Station: J.P.Nagar)
Come along with your friends, family members to have fun learning and create Madhubani art!
The workshop is limited to 10 participants. Pre-registration and payment is required to hold your space.