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Mandala art is a geometric design that holds a great deal of symbolism in Hindu and Buddhist cultures. Mandala is a Sanskrit word for “circle” or “completion”. There is a central starting point from where a circular pattern emerges in essence the beginning and the end of a mandala. This evidence of a circle or completion promotes both healing and peace. Mandalas are typically produced on paper or cloth and drawn on a surface with threads, fashioned in bronze, or built-in stone. Mandalas are both therapeutic and symbolic. The process of creating round symmetrical images is beneficial for healing while spiritually promoting mindfulness to focus attention.

Learn a traditional art form of India that has received GI (Geographical Indication) status. These paintings were passed down from generation to generation in the families of the Mithila region, mainly by the women – so you are learning and preserving an age-old art form.

Warli wall paintings from the western part of India (Maharashtra) are now famous and well appreciated all over the world. The simplicity and attractive depiction of the routine life of Warli tribes catches the heart of the viewers. Let’s learn this Art together in an easy and simple way and take home your own handmade products- book marks and greeting cards with creativity.

Gond painting is a traditional folk art of Madhya Pradesh and belongs to the Gond tribe. It is mainly done in Patangarh Village in Dindori district of Madhya Pradesh. Gond painting is a famous folk art of the Gond tribal community of central India. It is done to preserve and communicate the culture of the Gond tribal community. Gond tribal art includes folk dances, folk songs, and Gond paintings. 

 

Introduction to heritage art of India, Pattachitra.

  • Detailed learning about how to draw motifs, borders, parrot, cow, fish, trees, flowers.
  • Introduction to color theory. Introduction to coloring mediums poster and acrylic colors.
  • How to compose and paint on both paper and canvas.

Kalamkari is an ancient style of hand painting done on cotton or silk fabric with tamarind pen, using natural dyes which dates back to 3000 B.C. The great Sri Krishnadevaraya introduced this art in India, this beautiful folk art flourished in temples appearing on scrolls, temple hanging, chariot banners. Depictions of flora and fauna, deities, and scenes taken from epics like Ramayana, Mahabharata and puranas. Today Kalamkari art is used on ethnic clothing, crafts, wall paintings and paintings made in different mediums.

Kalamkari is an ancient style of hand painting done on cotton or silk fabric with tamarind pen, using natural dyes which dates back to 3000 B.C. The great Sri Krishnadevaraya introduced this art in India, this beautiful folk art flourished in temples appearing on scrolls, temple hanging, chariot banners. Depictions of flora and fauna, deities, and scenes taken from epics like Ramayana, Mahabharata and puranas. Today Kalamkari art is used on ethnic clothing, crafts, wall paintings and paintings made in different mediums.

This class is designed to not only help your child improve their writing skills but also fall in love with writing again. Many children are unable to cope with the rigorous expectations of academics and are not ready to write. When a child is forced to write they lose interest or are unable to form the letters well in turn reflecting bad handwriting. Join this class to give your child a heads up in acquiring beautiful writing and confidence.

Know Your Teachers

Ashwini Krishnan

Ashwini Krishnan is a professional visual artist with a post-graduate degree in Visual Arts from Chitra Kala Parishath, Bangalore, India. A multiple National award winner, she has exhibited her works both nationally and internationally. She is very passionate about creating as well as teaching art.

Shalini G A

Shalini is a professional visual artist from Chitrakala Parishath, College of Fine Art, Bangalore, India. She has a long association with Indian Institute of World Culture as a student and teacher. She has experience in conducting workshops in various art forms. She has created experimental art works using mixed media techniques.

Thejaswini Pradeep

Thejaswini Pradeep is a Bangalore based visual artist who has taught art for almost a decade after graduating from Chitrakala Parishath,School of Fine Art, Bangalore,India. She has been a recipient of the Award for Excellence in the Drushyotsava 2017. She has ample experience in traditional art forms, portraiture study, illillustrations, still life study, sketching and painting and works with all the mediums like oil, acrylic, watercolours, charcoal etc. She has also conducted various workshops in all art forms.

Priyadarshini Naveen

Priyadarshini has her done Diploma in Interior and Architectural Designing and worked as a Designer for 8years. Art has been her passion since childhood and she started learning various art forms from a very young age from certified artists. She is constantly learning, creating and teaching trending art forms and new art forms.

Vinutha R N

Vinutha completed her Bachelor of Visual Arts from Chitrakala Parishat, College of Fine Art, Bangalore India and has exhibited her artwork across India. She is passionate about creating and specializes in different mediums of art as well as teaching and sharing her knowledge of art.

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