I am Vibha, a visual artist from Mumbai, India. An alumnus of Rachana Sansad College of Applied Art; I am a traditional old school artist with the mind of a child. I also teach visualization to certificate course students in an art college in Mumbai. I believe art is freedom. Art is healing. Art is to make your version of the creation because you are not bound with rules. -Check my work on instagram @vibha.thakker -For video tutorials, check my youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHMHyNnBjkNnowWnNt1IY5w
Beginner’s Mandalas with Vibha
Mandalas are the artwork of the East – they are widely used in many Eastern cultures but are strongly associated with Buddhism You would likely have seen these geometric, diagrammatic, colourful pieces in a monastery with monks chanting as they prepare their art. Mandalas are used to represent the cosmos and the wholeness of all things. Not only is this art beautiful, the act of creating it is meditative.
Instructor, Vibha, is a visual artist from Mumbai, India. She is n alumnus of Rachana Sansad College of Applied Art and says that she’s a traditional old school artist but with the curiosity of a child. Vibha also teaches visualization to certificate course students in an art college in Mumbai. Vibha believes that art is freedom, art is healing and that art is an endeavour to make your version of creation because you are not bound by rules. You can check out her work on her Instagram handle @vibha.thakker.
- Learn to create your own mandala from scratch;
- Tools and techniques used in the art;
- Related information – different pens, mediums, colours and various surfaces;
- Gridding a mandala and then progress to make a basic mandala;
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Would love to take more sessions from you. Enjoyed and learnt alot
- Manisha Oberoi
Good! Video issues were there, but that was minor.
- Aparna Sreedhar
Very interesting and fun and event! Vibha Ma'am is a really good teacher and I cannot wait to do more workshops.