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GS05 – Kalamkari Painting Intermediate Course -Krishna Gita Updesh

  • Categories Kalamkari Painting
  • Duration 22h
  • Total Enrolled 0
  • Last Update October 15, 2021

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My name is Grishma shah. At the age of 13, I started painting. I am a fine arts graduate from Ahmedabad.

I have been conducting both online and offline workshops for the past four years and have students from all over India and outside. I believe that practice can help anyone learn the art, and I am really very passionate to teach as many people as possible.

I have simplified the process to the extent that a non – artist can also learn Kalamkari.

I have created this “GS05 – Kalamkari Painting Intermediate Course- Krishna Gita Updesh ” for everyone to learn this amazing art form. The course teaches the students how to draw and color beautiful Kalamkari Paintings

Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile produced in Iran, and in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Only natural dyes are used in Kalamkari, which involves twenty-three steps.

There are two distinctive styles of Kalamkari art in India – the Srikalahasti style and the Machilipatnam style.

The Srikalahasti style of Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile produced in Iran, and in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Only natural dyes are used in Kalamkari, which involves twenty-three steps.

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What Will I Learn?

  • Kalamkari paintings have also hit the fashion industry. Its unique effect is used in garments, bedsheets, curtains etc. Originating from the roots of Indian heritage.
  • Learning Kalamkari paintings is an experience to treasure forever.

Topics for this course

60 Lessons22h

01-Introduction to kalamkari Painting

01-Introduction to kalamkari Painting00:00:00
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02-History,Materials required and learning to draw motifs

03-learn to draw borders

04.1- learn how to draw flowers part 1

04.2- learn how to draw flowers part 2

04.3- learn how to draw flowers part 3

04.4- learn how to draw flowers part 4

05.1- learn how to draw Birds part 1

05.2- learn how to draw Birds part 2

05.3- learn how to draw Birds part 3

06.1- learn how to draw Krishna figure part 1

06.2- learn how to draw Krishna figure part 2

07.1- learn how to draw Krishna face part 1

07.2- learn how to draw Krishna face part 2

07.3- learn how to draw Krishna face part 3

8.1-Sketching the Painting Part 1

8.2-Sketching the Painting Part 2

8.3-Sketching the Painting Part 3

8.4-Sketching the Painting Part 4

8.5-Sketching the Painting Part 5

8.6-Sketching the Painting Part 6

8.7-Sketching the Painting Part 7

8.8-Sketching the Painting Part 8

8.9-Sketching the Painting Part 9

8.10-Sketching the Painting Part 10

8.11-Sketching the Painting Part 11

8.12-Sketching the Painting Part 12

8.13-Sketching the Painting Part 13

8.14-Sketching the Painting Part 14

8.15-Sketching the Painting Part 15

8.16-Sketching the Painting Part 16

8.17-Sketching the Painting Part 17

8.18-Sketching the Painting Part 18

8.19-Sketching the Painting Part 19

8.20-Sketching the Painting Part 20

8.21-Sketching the Painting Part 21

8.22-Sketching the Painting Part 22

8.23-Sketching the Painting Part 23

8.24-Sketching the Painting Part 24

8.25-Sketching the Painting Part 25

8.26-Sketching the Painting Part 26

8.27-Sketching the Painting Part 27

8.28-Sketching the Painting Part 28

8.29-Sketching the Painting Part 29

8.30-Sketching the Painting Part 30

9.1-Colouring the Painting Part 1

9.2-Colouring the Painting Part 2

9.3-Colouring the Painting Part 3

9.4-Colouring the Painting Part 4

9.5-Colouring the Painting Part 5

9.6-Colouring the Painting Part 6

9.7-Colouring the Painting Part 7

9.8-Colouring the Painting Part 8

9.9-Colouring the Painting Part 9

9.10-Colouring the Painting Part 10

9.11-Colouring the Painting Part 11

9.12-Colouring the Painting Part 12

9.13-Colouring the Painting Part 13

10-Final Painting

About the instructor

My name is Grishma shah. At the age of 13, I started painting. I am a fine arts graduate from Ahmedabad. I have been conducting both online and offline workshops for the past four years and have students from all over India and outside. I believe that practice can help anyone learn the art, and I m really passionate to teach as many people as possible. I have simplified the process to the extent that a non – artist can also learn Kalamkari. My specialization lies in Indian folk art Kalamkari, Pichwai painting, and Tanjore painting.
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5 Courses

225 students

 3,500.00

Material Includes

  • 1.Digital contents
  • 2.Course completion certificate
  • 3.Networking Forum

Enrolment validity: 30 days

Requirements

  • poster colours (your choice)
  • pencil,Eraser,carbon paper,round and flat brush -00,0,1,3,5,7.

Target Audience

  • Anyone who wants to learn traditional Indian folk art
  • above 12 years children
  • housewives
  • working people
  • artist (students or professional)
  • senior citizen