Madhubani – Traditional Art Workshop for Beginners in Bangalore

Madhubani – Traditional Art Workshop for Beginners in Bangalore

Madhubani Art – Beginner workshop in Bangalore

Madhubani, a form of Indian folk art, originated from the Madhubani district in the Mithila region of Bihar. For centuries, the women of Mithila have practiced this art by decorating the walls of their houses with linear and vibrant designs depicting mythological deities and nature. These days Madhubani designs are seen on handmade paper, canvas, and fabric.
In this workshop, the participants will learn about the different styles of Madhubani paintings and create one of their own.

It will be a guided session, so you need not have any prior experience in painting.

All materials will be provided in the workshop.

Artist: Deepa Singh

Take away: One Madhubani painting on A4 handmade paper.

Age: 15 years & above

Date: 18th January, 2020

Day: Saturday

Timing: 10 am to 4 pm

Fee: Rs 2000 per person (Includes all materials)

Booking Fee: Rs 500 per person (Balance of Rs 1500 need to be paid at the venue)

Venue: Bloom and Grow, Koramangala

About Bloom and Grow:

 Bloom & Grow facilitates artist-led art & craft workshops in studios and also, conducts art based corporate workshops across India.
Madhubani Painting Workshop-Two-day workshop by Vidushini Prasad

Madhubani Painting Workshop-Two-day workshop by Vidushini Prasad

Madhubani Art Workshop – Two-day workshop by Vidushini Prasad

Learn Madhubani paintings in the traditional art form from Master artst, Vidushini Prasad, founder of Madhubani Arts India in a 2-day workshop at Bloom & Grow, Koramangala.

Madhubani paintings are drawn in accordance with a fixed theme and accordingly symbols, lines, patterns are drawn.

Get introduced to the Madhubani art form and learn various styles of this folk art- Bharani and Kachani styles. The traditional authentic style of Madhubani painting will be taught in the class on an A3 size handmade paper.

All materials will be provided in the class. (Materials include: Nib pen/Marker,Colours, Brushes, handmade paper)

You will choose from a variety of designs to choose the artwork that best appeals to you or make your own.

Date: Saturday, Apr 14th  & Sunday, Apr 15th
Time: 10.30 am -1.30 pm (Both days)
Fees: Rs. 4000 (inclusive of all taxes and art material)
Venue: Bloom & Grow, Koramangala

About Bloom and Grow:

Bloom & Grow facilitates artist-led art & craft workshops in studios and also, conducts art based corporate workshops across India.

Madhubani Art workshop

Madhubani Art workshop

Madhubani Painting workshop

Madhubani Painting originated from madhubani district of Mithila region of Bihar. Madhubani paintings are drawn in accordance with a fixed theme and accordingly symbols, lines, patterns are drawn. Madhubani Paintings belong to the category of folk art.These paintings mostly depict nature and religious motifs and the themes generally depict dieties,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.The paintings are done on handmade paper,canvas,dupattas,stoles etc.

In this workshop, Madhubani art form and its different methods will be explained in detail. The Traditional style of Madhubani painting will be taught in the class on a A3 size handmade paper.

All materials will be provided in the class.

Materials include: Nib pen/Marker,Colours,Brushes,handmade paper.

Date : Saturday, Jan 20th & Sunday, Jan 21st
Time: 10.30 am -1.30 pm (Both days)

Day 1: Introduction to Madhubani art form,Explain the different methods of madhubani art,Drawing/Tracing the Madhubani picture. Outlining using Nib pen/Marker

Day 2: Madhubani Coloring techniques, Completion of the Madhubani Picture.

Fees: Rs. 3000/- inclusive of all art material

Paytm the fees to 9994108925 or register on the link

Madhubani Painting Workshop

Madhubani Painting Workshop

Madhubani Painting Workshop

Madhubani Painting or Mithila Painting are traditionally done with fingers, twigs, brushes, nib-pens, and matchsticks, using natural dyes and pigments.

What about doing Madhubani Paintings with a twist? Instead of the use of traditional pigments and dyes, we will be using mixed media to create this famous form of paintings.

Join us in for a creative session of Mithila/Madhubani painting in mixed media. Participants will use acryclic colours, ink and metallic colours to make their piece of Madhubani Art.

It will be a guided session, so you need not to have any prior experience in painting.

Take away: Proudly carry your own 12×12 inches Madhubani Art on canvas
Venue : Bloom and glow
Date : Saturday, 2nd Dec 2017
Time : 10.30 am -1.30pm
Fees: Rs 1500 per partcipant (includes all material cost)
Skill level: Beginners & Intermediate

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