Discover the ancient artform of Warli and take home an authentic masterpiece!
In this session, you will:
About the Artform
One of the oldest Indian and still prevelant artforms, Warli has its origins in Maharastra. The art uses geometric shapes like circles, triangles and squares to create paintings that represent the life and beliefs of the Warli tribe. The art was used to decorate walls of house during special occasions in the olden days.
Flow of the Workshop
Who is this Workshop for?
About the Artist
With a professional designing course in her bag, Deepti Duggal is an experienced artist and loves traditional art. Through her venture Naavrang, she makes handpainted home decor items such as wall plates, coasters, planters and more. She is also an expert at zentangling and doodling. So, be assured of expert guidance and a fun workshop!
Further Prospects and Application of What you will be Learning
You can continue practising the techniques of Warli painting and experiment with different scenarios and designs. Use these to make wall paintings and other pieces of decor. You can also showcase your art on coasters, mats, trays and table covers to give your space a traditional look.
Don't Miss Out on our Live Workshop
Our group sizes are restricted which enables you to observe and learn better.
Masterclasses are longer in length due to the profound focus on the art which in turn facilitates better output from the learners.
The artists provide you with instant evaluation and answer your questions with optimum comprehension and knowledge.
Registration is compulsory to attend, Ensure you join via the same mail ID you register with
In case if you are unable to attend the live workshop due to technical reasons, please call the below number - +91 8088686975