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PK02 Gond Art for Beginners, Elephant, Tree and Peacock Painting. [Level 1]

  • Categories Gond Painting
  • Duration 15h
  • Total Enrolled 0
  • Last Update August 7, 2021

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“Art is not a profession but life to me ” – Priya Kakkar

Hi, I’m Priya Kakkar, a folk art instructor. Indian folk art forms not only showcase the true heritage of our culture, but I also believe that every region and its people have their own story to tell.

I am really passionate about teaching folk art forms as this is something that really motivates me and inspires me because I feel so much connected to my roots.

Being a folk art instructor helps me in spreading awareness about our own rich cultural heritage. Folk arts are not only about sketching and filling colors but it is about the true emotions, feelings, culture of a region, and the people associated. I have created this course on one of the most loved Indian folk art worldwide GOND.

Gond art is a mystical tribal art practiced by one of the largest tribes of India the Gonds who are predominantly from the state of Madhya Pradesh but they also can be found in the pockets of Andhra Pradesh Maharashtra Chhattisgarh Orissa and Uttar Pradesh.

The village of Patan Garh is the physical and cultural location that gave birth to the Gond art. Jangarh Singh Shyam is known as the father of the Gond art what we see today. This evolved version of Gond art is known as ‘Shyam Kalam’.”

What Will I Learn?

  • 1. Good mental health is an important part of well-being. Art as therapy can be used to help people improve cognitive and sensory-motor function. Art is also proven to improve self-esteem, self-awareness, emotional resilience. Art as therapy also helps to resolve conflicts and reduce distress.
  • 2. Learn one of the most popular Indian Folk Art. Create beautiful paintings for yourself and your loved ones
  • 3. Learning an art form brings a new perceptive to your life
  • 4. Gift beautifully painted Indian Folk artwork to your friends and loved ones.
  • 4. Folk arts are simple arts that require no special skill, just a will to explore

Topics for this course

22 Lessons15h

01 – Introduction to Gond Art

01 – Introduction to Gond Art00:00:00

02 – Materials needed for Gond Art

03 – Significance of “Patterns” in Gond Art

04 – Tree of Life, The Mahua Tree

05 – Birds in Gond Art – Bird, Peacock, Swan

06 – Animals in Gond Art – Fish, Elephant and Tiger

07 – Human figures in Gond Art

08 – Gond Painting on Fabric Pouch & MDF Coaster

About the instructor

Art is not a profession but life to me😊" Hi I'm Priya kakkar, a folk art instructor. I have been conducting folk art classes and workshops from last 10 years. In last 1 and half year,i have conducted a number of online workshops . Indian folk arts not only showcase the true heritage of our culture, but every region and it's people have their own story to tell. I am really passionate about teaching the folk art forms as this is something that really motivates me and inspires me because I feel so much connected to my roots. Being a folk art instructor helps me in spreading awareness about our own rich cultural heritage . Folk arts is not only about sketching and filling colours but it is about the true emotions, feelings, culture of a region and the people associated.
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2 Courses

48 students

 1,250.00

Material Includes

  • 1. Digital contents
  • 2. Course completion certificate

Enrolment validity: 30 days

Requirements

  • 1. Watercolor paper**, A4 or A3 (+180 gsm)
  • 2. Poster or Acrylic or Gouache colours
  • 3. Pencil and Eraser
  • 4. Print out (If you can't draw free hand) - I will teach reverse tracing
  • 5. Long hair fine art brush, Round size 2 and 3
  • 6. Long hair fine art brush, Round size 0 and 00
  • **Alternatively, you can also use brush pens, alcohol markers, sakura gelly roll pen (moonlight series)

Target Audience

  • Anyone who wants to learn one of the richest forms of traditional Indian Folk Art.
  • 1. Housewives
  • 2. Retiree
  • 3. Artists
  • 4. Children