Mandala Art Workshop

About the course

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.

Materials Required

  1. A3 /A4size cartridge sheets/ preferably thick sheet, sketchbook.
  2. Poster colours/ acrylic paints.
  3. 2B soft drawing pencil, eraser, ruler.
  4. Fine tip brushes ranging from 0 to 8.
  5. Waterproof black marker / Artline black/color fine pens 0.4mm

Junior Batch

Duration: 8 sessions

No of classes: 8 classes /month 

Age group: 7 yrs -14 yrs

Medium of Instruction: English

The course begins: From 21th Jan 2022

Timings

Fridays :6 pm to 7.00 pm IST
Saturdays: 6.00 pm to 7.00 pm IST

 

Fees per month

National: Rs.1000/-

International – US$ 50

Senior Batch

Duration: 8 sessions

No of classes: 8 classes /month 

Age: Above 14 years 

Medium of Instruction: English

The next batch begins on 10th Feb 2022

Timings

Fridays: 8.00 pm to 9.00 pm IST
Saturdays: 8.00 pm to 9.00 pm IST

 

Fees per month

National: Rs.1000/-

International – US$ 50

Know Your Teacher

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.

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