Replay - Cheriyal Painting

 Duration : 2 hours

Full Replay of LIVE Workshop

₹1500 including GST

 

About the Workshop

In this two-day workshop, you will learn about Cheriyal Scroll Paintings and masks. The paintings use kadhi cloth and natural stone colors. The masks are made with Tamarind seeds paste, sawdust and natural colors.
At the end of the workshop, you will take home your own beautiful Cheriyal painting! 

Cheriyal Scroll Painting is a traditional art which is a pride of Telangana State. In the olden days the rural regions found entertainment through several activities like puppetry, folklore story telling etc. Cheriyal scroll painting is one such vital mode of storytelling. The story tellers used to carry scroll paintings from one village to the other. They sang songs that complimented the hand painted images on the Cheriyal scroll.


About the Artist

Sai Kiran
@saikiran_cherial_artist

Dhanaloka Saikiran Varma (BFA, STATE AWARD MASTER CRAFTSMEN IN CHERIAL SCROLL PAINTING AND MASKS) son of state award winners D. Nageshwar and D. Padma, hails from Hyderabad, Telangana. He completed his Fine Arts from Sri Venkateshwara College of Fine Arts, Madhapur. Later he chose to carry on with his family tradition of Cherial Scroll Painting and Mask Making. He has conducted multiple workshops across the country.

Materials Required

  • Canvas or Drawing paper
  • Poster or acrylic paints
  • Black pen
  • Waste Papers
  • Colors
  • Pencil, Ruler and other basic stationery

Don't Miss this Opportunity to Learn!

More Like A Classroom

Being a replay of an actual live workshop, where students interacted with the instructor, it will give you more of a classroom experience.

Longer Durations and Better Creations

Masterclasses are longer in length due to the profound focus on the art which in turn facilitates better output from the learners.

Get in Touch with the Artist

After the masterclass, you can get in touch with the artist through Instagram, and get clarifications & comments on your artwork!

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