Tribute to Tribal Art

Everyone has a hobby or like dislike for spare time I too have that is drawing and crafting . Drawing is the only thing where I can loose my self because I love it.!

Life, after all, is about balance and having some hobbies is a key component of living a happy, healthy life.

So again my lesiure time has gone with drawing papers , few colors, brushes and my love for Indian art .sharing my small tribute to Indian art .

Daily routine life indian tribes

Enjoying with nature.

The Royal Travel (acient India)

And here we go Celebration (circle Time)

Stay tuned for more …till then find your spare time hobby and post here ..

Simple and Unique Cards

If you or your child is bored of drawing figures , sketches on paper then pass it off as greeting cards.

Home made cards gives that personal touch and add special emotional values. Here i am sharing a easy tutorial .

What You Will Need?

  • Any heavy paper or card paper as a base
  • Construction paper in varied colors
  • White glue
  • A pair of scissors
  • colored pens
  • Plain white paper

How to Create?( Traditional Warli cards)

  • Cut the card paper according to the size you need.
  • Fold it into the half. Make parallel slits.
  • draw some warli figures on the top of card.

How to Create?( Shirt shape cards)

IKEBANA : Art of living Flowers

Today I got opportunity to learn a Japanese art Ikebana ..it was a great experience to learn this art .so many of not aware of this Art Ikebana so let’s have a short introduction about the same..

Ikebana, which stands for “living flowers”, is the Japanese art of flower arrangement, which dates back to as early as the 6th century. It is regarded not only as an art, but also as a contemplative, meditative activity.

The development of ikebana is largely credited to Buddhists because, while plants in Shinto tradition were believed to be dwellings for nature spirits and/or used to welcome spirits or deities, Buddhist priests taught people how to elegantly and meaningfully arrange flower offerings for altars. It became more of a secular activity in the 15th century, when its popularity spread to the nobility.

 

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Ikebana can be practiced by both amateurs and professionals, both of whom are able to achieve elegant results. However, like many other art forms, mastering the basics is fundamental to any practice, and only then can a person begin to experiment.
I got lucky to click few pictures in OHARA School of IKEBANA..

 

Stay tuned…..!! Stay creative..!!

DIY Re-purposing Idea for Cardbord

Hello Everyone..

My today’s DIY is with cardboard boxes. I always have several shipment boxes ,cereal boxes and the only way to get rid of them is to break them into pieces and send to recycle center .This time i have found a idea to recycle them and decorate home .All you need is few thing..

1.Cardboard, white drawing paper or chart paper , glue, scissors, paint of your choice, paint brushes.

img_20190116_205755612576118054.jpg2.Cover the cardboard with chart paper or drawing paper to make base for paintings..!!

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3. You are all set to draw and paint anything of your choice ...!!

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Here is my Tiny art piece on cardboard..!!

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you can decorate your home with these paintings or even you can gift to someone and trust me they are gonna love this ..

Stay Creative ..stay tuned for more art work..!!!

A visit to living museum

Hello friends

Today I am here to share my visit to a living museum Dakshinachitra in Chennai..Its an amusing open air museum and a well known cultural center. it shows amazing antiquities the peculiarity of South India.

It gives you a glimpse of art and craft, lifestyle, music and dance of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

Sharing few clicks here..

Hand painted clothes..!!


The cultural village of Dakshinachitra at Chennai has brought into light the ancient traditions of architecture, craftsmanship, performing arts and cuisine of South India. It also serves as a center for craft communities in the South, as it renders technical and business openings.

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Below the pic is showing Village dance from South India. The lady dancing with Horse  prop ..I am form North Indian and there also in villages they use to perform the same dance and we call it “ghodi dance”so i think its not only South Indian dance its a heritage Indian dance .

This mesum reflects a mirror of one of the acient cultres of the world.

 

The man behind the amazing dance performed by Peacock..

Painting shows Tamizh Man and Woman .The message which i understand by seeing this piece of art is …..Both are incomplete without each other..!!

The word Men is formed out of Women

And The word Women is incomplete with out  Men.

Then why such inequality???????

Stop discriminating….!!!

Stay Tuned ..Stay Creative..!!!

feel free to share your views and suggestions in comments.

Pot painting love

Hello everyone

I am here again with the idea of GO GREEN. Usually I don’t buy decorative items for my home which is non decomposable so this time I have decided to decorate my home by recycling small clay pots .

Pot wall hanging

We can use this hanging in our garden area as well in living area . This pot hanging will add Indian traditional look to our decoration.

So try this New Year DIY and you can share pics and ideas , suggestions into comments.

May you all attain full inner illumination! May the supreme light of lights enlighten your understanding! May you all attain the inexhaustible spiritual wealth of the Self! May you all prosper gloriously on the material as well as spiritual planes

Stay tuned ..bbye

Up cycling furniture waste

Hello everyone here I am with my new idea of up cycling the waste .
Up cycling is another word for recycling in which leftovers from making an item are used to make other useful byproducts that creates environmental value.
I have made acrylic paintings on waste ply boards..

 

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creative products will help to save money and trees while protecting the environment from garbage. Up cycling trash requires creativity and ability to spot the diamond among stones that can help to create a piece of timeless jewelry.

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Stay tuned for more art work..!!!

The Feminine Touch

Hello everyone

Here I am after a long break with my new painting in “Maithili style”.which has continued to be an art form mostly preserved mostly by women who emerged their talent to paint .

Just because I am a self taught artist so with each passing day I make certain improvement in my paintings.

working hard and hard to keep the artist alive in me!!!

will paint more in future whenever I get time .Hope u like my paintings.

Stay Tuned….!!!!

Ecopreneur: Going Green

Hi everyone .. I am back after a busy week with my new project named Ecopreneur which means to create wealth out of waste.

I have found these activities are both easy wallet and the environment, take a look at these Eco-friendly arts and crafts! With a mix of up cycled household products, clever painting ideas, and new uses for old items, these creative crafts are a great way to celebrate the Eco-conscious spirit of Spring.

Bike made up of old newspaper..!!

  1. Mini garden made up of Bottles caps.
  2.  Plastic bottles beautifully colored and converted as flower pots.
  3. Big plastic bottles converted as owl planter.
  4. Cotton dolls.
  5. News paper bicycle.

Next time you’re looking for a simple activity, turn to these Eco-friendly crafts for kids!

Feel free to ask questions and give suggestions .

Stay creative and Stay tuned …!!!

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