My love for Indigenous Art has got me today to Bihar, India.
Indian Goddesses Lakshmi and Saraswati in Warli
Continuing the series on Warli art,with another tutorial on how to draw Indian Gods in Warli.
If you know me then you also know my love for drawing motifs. So today, after a very long time got back to drawing and it was fun.
Do you want to learn drawing an Elephant in Warli then, this is the link you just don’t want to miss.
Today have got you guys these 2 easy paintings which I did on canvas with acrylics. If you have been a regular reader of my website you would already know, my love for Lord Ganesha. These adorn a corner in my house which is also our reading space. They bring a lot of color and… Read More »
Make your readings interesting with this new Madhubani inspired Parrot motif bookmark. If you have been a regular reader of my blog, then you would have already known my love for the folk and indigenous art.So today I bring you a post on Madhubani inspired bookmark. This bright, traditional parrot motif is all you need… Read More »
My love and interest for folk art has brought me today, to Orissa’s Pattachitra art form. Today I tried my hand at motif drawing. However no Pattachitra is complete without the decorative borders, but today have not tried my hand at drawing those.A little history about Pattachitra in the next paragraphs. A little history behind… Read More »