Madhubani Folk Art

Your Trainer:
Kamalpreet Kaur
“Kamalpreet has pursued her passion for the arts by playing educator to adults and children alike for the last 20 years. Apart from running her own Art School, she has conducted over 100 independent workshops and attended exhibitions like the Venkatappa Art Gallery and Chitrakala Parishad. Furthermore, time spent at the ‘Art House’ has brought her notoriety.”

What do I want to teach?
“Infuse interesting styles and geometric patterns to create vibrant Madhubani Paintings. Having originated from Maharashtra, this folk art is traditionally created with fingers, twigs, brushes, nib-pens and matchsticks while using natural colours. Let me introduce you to it’s more modern cousin!”

Total no. of Classes: 2

Duration of each class: 2 hours 

Platform used: Zoom Video Call

Total Cost: INR 3400/-

Required Workshop Materials: A3( Preferred)/A4 Size Cartridge Paper/ SketchBook, Pencil , Black Marker Pen (Thin), Pencil Colors, Scale , Acrylic Paints and Round brushes (Optional)

Certificate of Completion will be provided at the end of the Workshop

What will be covered during the course of this workshop?

Day 1
We explore the origin, history, styles etc.  of Madhubani Paintings while also dabbling in Kachni style to create multiple artworks

Day 2
We acquaint ourselves to the Bharni style of paintings and engage in a Q&A session

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