Warli Folk Art Classes with Modern Fusion

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It is for kids for ages 5- 10 years. Warli is tribal art which originated in Maharashtra, where it is still practiced even today. Warli art is composed of simplified and elementary graphic constructs. They use basic geometric shapes for depicting usual symbols of life and the world around them. Humans in Warli art would be represented by 'stick' figures or triangles reflecting the basic anatomy. Mother nature is the inspiration for this art where all the shapes and patterns are used from nature create these paintings. For example triangle shape is inspired by mountains. This art form is so versatile we can express any emotion/scenery, traditional or modern in simple lines and patterns to convey the message crisp and clear to viewers. The whole story of Ramayana can be drawn in this Warli form with different events in a sequence of warli pictures. This is one of the best ways to teach our kids culture and value systems in an artistic method.

The Warli class will be taught by miss Toshavee Dolas. Has been teaching arts for last few years.  She is a self trained great folk artist. Tosh lives in NC, 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

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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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews



Felt good to be connected to indian folk art

Keeping our culture Live

My girls loved this art form as they were able to easily draw and learn the culture thru the art. Instructor kept the class lively and made it interesting for kids to stay connected. All thanks to the instructor and daily designist to make it all available thru online.

Akanksha Bhalla

My 6 year old is enjoying the class. The teacher teaches the kids at s very she appropriate level and keeps the kids enthusiastic about the art. She also includes the dynamics of the art and how it works. She keeps the theme of the drawing things kids would be interested.

Awesome class

My 6 yr old really liked his first Warli class a lot. The art he created with the help of his teacher is beautiful. I’m glad he is able to experience Indian art. All thanks to the daily designist and the awesome artists who work with her.