Pichwai (Indian Folk Art) Workshop by Savita Iyer on December 20th
About the Artist:
Savita Iyer (@urbankala_artofgifting) is a quintessential Mumbaikar who is the brain behind Urbankala- Art of Gifting, after her 10 year long career as a Texturing & Lighting Expert in the VFX and animation industry. The artist who works on the painted/sculpted merchandise at Urbankala.Spreads art through her workshops pan India.
They are paintings from rajasthan's temples. Pichwai are large devotional Hindu painted pictures, normally on cloth, which portray Krishna. They are mainly made to hang in Hindu temples of the Pushtimarg devotional tradition, especially the Shrinathji Temple in Nathdwara, Rajasthan, built around 1672. They are hung behind the idol of Shrinathji, a local form of Krishna and the centre of Pushtimarg worship, to depict his leelas. Aurangabad was another area associated with them.The purpose of Pichwai's, other than artistic appeal, is to narrate tales of Krishna to the illiterate.
In this workshop they will learn to draw these stylised character and , paint them using a particular color palatte and learn to do the detailing.
- A4 size 300 GSM Cartridge paper or drawing sheet (Cut them in a circle of 8 inch diameter)
- Acrylic colors set
- Acrylic Paint in Gold Color or Pearl Color for Jewellery
- 2,3 ,or 4 number round brush to fill colors
- 0 number brush or waterproof ink or gel pen for detailing
- Pencil & eraser
- Rough Cloth
- Water container
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The workshop will be hosted via Zoom. We will send you a unique Zoom link a day before the workshop for you to join.
- Date: December 20th
- Time: 5pm
- Duration: 2 hours
- Cost : Rs.499/-
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