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It is for adults and kids 13 years and above. No prior experience is required. Madhubani Painting is one of the most famous art of Bihar mostly practiced in Mithila region and some parts of Bihar & now becoming famous worldwide. This unique style of art was used by the women to decorate their house walls and doors in order to seek God's blessing in the form of prosperity and peace. Madhubani accurately means “Forests of Honey”. Madhubani paintings are characterised by figures that are prominently outlined, like bulging fish-like eyes and pointed noses. The themes of Madhubani paintings usually include natural elements like fish, birds, animals, turtle, sun, moon, bamboo trees and flowers, like a lotus. This traditional Indian art form characterized by love for nature and devotion for Hindu deities.
The artist cum teacher is a very experienced person. Her name is Geetha Murugasamy. Has been teaching folk art for last 10 years. She lives in Illinois, USA.
This course will help build and strengthen the focus, creativity, perseverance, time management skills in the child which would eventually help in their academics and sports.
Saturday: 4:00-5:00 PM EST
Drawing pad/ white paper, Pencil, ruler, eraser, marker pens.
Later Classes - Acrylic Paints, brushes, color palette
You will be making a madhubani painting on drawing pad or canvas (as per your wish). You will learn different forms of madhubani if you keep learning it for a few months.The fees for the course is charged on a monthly basis. In a month, there will be 4 live classes, one class a week for 1 hour. Teacher will be giving feedback and taking questions/doubts from the kids.
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Loved working with the artist and art guru Geetha in this class. Once she teaches the technique, even if the designs seem intricate and complicated, in actuality they are not. She teaches us the tools, helps develop an eye for madhubani and that's all you need to get started. And of course as a byproduct you get a beautiful project done that can be a gift or an inspiration in your home. It's a wonderful activity to connect with yourself and also think about its origin and impact taking us back in the history. Also Daily Designist is such a wonderful platform that helps revive our rich art forms. I will use the techniques learnt in this class and continue to build on it. Thank you again.