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9 CREATIVE WORKSHOPS 

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9 CREATIVE WORKSHOPS 

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VID – 9 CREATIVE WORKSHOPS 

When Artist dips a Brush into their soul with Incredible arts through unique ideology. These August season with 9 creative workshops in VID makes your bright and excellent experiences.ART DESIGN

PITHORA ART:

pithora-paintingsThe Pithora paintings trail back long into history and find their roots in the cave paintings, thousands of years old with art tradition of the Rathwa community, who live in the region bordering Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh states in India. Pithora paintings square measure executed on 3 inner walls of their homes. These paintings have significance in their lives and executing the Pithora paintings in their homes brings peace, prosperity and happiness. there’s ne’er a trial to imitate nature: a horse or a bull, which could be a vision of a God, impresses him with only one central quality.

THEYYAM MASK ART:

Ritualistic costume part of the invocation, the dancer returns to the green room. Again after a short interval, he appears with proper make-up and costumes. There are different patterns of face-painting. Some of these patterns are called vairadelam, kattaram, kozhipuspam, kottumpurikam, and prakkezhuthu. Mostly primary and secondary colors are applied in contrast to face painting. It helps in effecting certain stylization in the dances.

 

 

TALAVERA TILES:

talavera tilesExquisitely hand-painted ‘TALAVERA SQUARE TILE’ This tile is decorative, beautiful, and easy to install, It provide a stunning impression on many areas of the house, wall, tabletop, stair risers. In Fact, it can even be framed. The possibilities are endless…however, it depends on your particular taste and requirement how you want to display it in your surroundings. One can have it professionally cemented to the wall, or have it framed, or installed on furniture. For these tiles, organic paint has been used to color them. These colors have a matt texture and may bleed if they come in contact with liquid. Hence, buyers are strongly advised not to wipe tiles with a wet cloth. All tiles should be lightly dusted.

CHANNAPATNA TOYS:

talavera tilesChannapatna toys are a specific variety of wooden toys that are manufactured within the city of Channapatna within the Ramanagara district of Karnataka state, India. In addition to the normal ivory-wood, different woods—including rubber, sycamore, cedar, pine, and teak—are currently used furthermore. Manufacturing stages embrace procuring the wood, seasoning the wood, cutting the wood into the required shapes, pruning and carving the toys, applying the colors and at last sprucing the finished product. Vegetable dyes are employed in the coloring method to confirm that the toys and dolls are safe to be used by youngsters.

 

MEENAKARI BOX: 

MEENAKARI BOXMeenakari, a unique art also known as enameling, the art of ornamenting metal surface with attractive colors and Kundan stones. Mughals introduced this unique art to India during the 17th century. Minakari or Enamelling is the art of painting, coloring and ornamenting the surface of metals by fusing over its brilliant colors that are decorated in an intricate design. Mina is the feminine form of Minoo in Persian, meaning heaven. Mina refers to the Azure color of heaven.

ONE STOKE PAINTING: 

One-Stroke Painting with Donna Dewberry. Known by beginner enthusiasts and professional painters alike for her revolutionary style, Donna Dewberry shares her unique “one stroke” method as a way to blend, shade and highlight—all in one stroke.

GLITTERY LAMPS: 

The simplest version of this project is mixing glitter with vegetable oil, but you can make an interesting and safe lava effect if you add water and food coloring.

For the lava lamp action, when water and Alka seltzer combine they form carbon dioxide. The gas bubbles rise through the oil carrying the colored water. When the chemical reaction slows, the colored water falls back down.

 

BEADWORK NECKLACE:

BEAD WORKBeadwork is the art or craft of attaching beads to one another by stringing them with a sewing needle or beading needle and thread or thin wire or stitching them to the fabric. Beads are available a spread of materials, shapes, and sizes. Beads are accustomed to creating jewelry or different articles of personal adornment; they’re conjointly utilized in wall hangings and sculpture and several alternative artworks.

 

APPLIQUE WORK:

applique workAppliqué is decorative needlework during which items of material in several shapes and patterns square measure seamed or stuck onto a bigger piece to create an image or pattern. It is usually used as decoration, particularly on clothes. The technique is accomplished either by hand or machine. It is significantly appropriate for work that is to be seen from a distance, like in banner-making. A famous example of appliqué is Hastings Embroidery.

 

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