VRO5 – Gond Painting For Beginners, Deer and Tree Of Life

  • Categories Gond Painting
  • Duration 15h
  • Total Enrolled 0
  • Last Update September 6, 2021


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Guru Ji Vandana Rajan is a traditional Folk Art artist. She developed her inspiration and acquired famous art forms from her own experience over the ages.

Guruji’s art journey has commenced at the age of 12 from her homefront and after that never looked back. She pursued her graduation and post-graduation from Benaras Hindu University- One of the topmost universities of India.

Guruji Vandana has been creating beautiful paintings for 25 years and has done marvelous work in inspiring the young generation by taking intensive classes and workshops. She is also been exhibiting her various art forms and paintings through many exhibitions.

Guruji Vandana Rajan has created this ” VR05 – Learn Gond Painting – Beginner Course” for everyone who is above 12yrs of age. Learners could learn this creative but yet traditional artform at their own pace.

The entire course is framed especially keeping the budding artist in mind who can learn and acquire this basic skill. The entire course teaches the learner how to draw, colour and detailing.

The word Gond comes from ‘Kond’ which means green mountains and tribal people are called Gondis as they live mainly in the lush green mountains of Madhya Pradesh. The Gond tribe is one of the largest tribal communities in India.

These tribals live in Madhya Pradesh, Telangana, Bihar, Maharashtra, Odisha, and Andhra Pradesh. The present-day Gond paintings have evolved from Digna and Bhittichitra.

The Gonds paint Digna, a traditional geometric pattern on the walls and floors of the houses. Bhittichitra is painted on the walls of houses, and these paintings include images of animals, plants, and trees. Women use natural colors to paint the walls and floors of their homes.

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What Will I Learn?

  • 1. 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.
  • 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

10 Lessons15h

01 – Introduction to Gond Painting

01 – Introduction to Gond Painting00:00:00

02 – Materials Needed for Gond Painting

03 – Learn to draw Deer, Tree and Birds.

04 – Colouring Deer & Tree

05 – Learn to fill colour in Leaves and Birds.

06 – Learn to do detailing and line work on Tree, Leaves and Birds.

07 – Learn to do detailing and line work for Tree

08 – Learn to do highlight in Deer.

09 – Finishing Gond Painting with Background

About the instructor

Mrs. Vandana Rajan, B.A; BFA, MFA (Painting), BHU, B.Ed (Hindi) Over 25 years experience as an artist and teacher, always keen to learn and share. She has worked in all mediums including but not limited to Oil, Water, Pencil, Charcoal, Acrylic, Fabric, Glass painting, Relief work. Embossing on Aluminum sheet. 40 different types of Embroidery on cloth, silk, and canvas She has worked in textile designs, including Lucknow Chickenkari, Varanasi block print designs, Dhaka design, Punjab Fulkari, Jaipur Tie & Dye, and Batik. She is also well known for her expertise in designing and painting on Daco-patch. Graphic design on Zinc sheets, for block printing and Roll designs for the textile industry. Vandana Ji also has many years of experience in pottery, wood carving, sculptures using terracotta, and other soft materials. Has conducted many exhibitions, more recently in Chennai and Tirupur. She is a master artist when it comes to Indian Folk Art, she has experience in many different folk arts and crafts, including Madhubani, Kalamkari, Meenakari, Warli, Pichwai, Kalighat, Gond, Mandana, Rajasthani miniature, Kerala mural, Lippan, Nirmal, Pattachitra, Tanjore and more.
5.00 (6 ratings)

10 Courses

90 students


Material Includes

  • 1.Digital contents
  • 2.Course completion certificate
  • 3.Remote coaching (forum)

Enrolment validity: 30 days


  • 1. Handmade paper A3 size - 1 no.
  • 2. Brushes no. 8,3,1 and Flat brush (1") - 1 each
  • 3. Acrylic Colour - Set of 12 colours
  • 4. Marker pen (Black) - thin - 1 no.
  • 5. Jelly pen (White) - 0.8 - 1 no.
  • 6. Pencil and eraser - 1 each

Target Audience

  • 1. Anyone who wants to learn traditional Indian folk art
  • 2. Children (above 12 years)
  • 3. House wifes
  • 4. Working people
  • 5. Artist (students or professional)
  • 6. Senior citizens