Warli – Acient Indian Art

Hi friends

My today’s art work is based on Indian art form names Warli.

Warli Art was first discovered in the early seventies. While there are no records of the exact origins of this art, its roots may be traced to as early as the 10th century A.D.

For making this art price I have stick drawing paper on old cardboard.

Used poster colors.

Stay tuned ..stay creative.!!

Introduction: My Art Background How i got into Drawing

I am a self-taught artist. I didn’t attend a fancy art school. I can’t drop names of influential artist mentors who helped shape my vision
I wasn’t following a curriculum, or being told exactly what to study.
I actually started out painting entirely through trial and error, without even reading a book. I just bought some painting materials and dived into it.

You will never find time for anything.If you want time, you must make it. ~ Charles Buxton

From Childhood itself I started enjoying it and used to spend at least 2-3 hours into this.Even though i am Master of Computer Science and spend 5 years to serve IT industry as a Software Engineer then i quit due to few family responsibilities and challenges.

But I still follow my passion.Below are the few Paintings i am sharing which i have made by using simple student water colors.


In the below painting i have tried to define shades of green in bamboo leaves

Bamboo paintings are known as lucky charm, People in china and even now in India use to decorate their living room with these paintings, It brings good luck and happiness in their life.


I’d love to hear from other self-taught artists. Let me know in the comments what resources and motivations  you used to ‘teach yourself’.


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