Jainee Shah

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I am a self learned artist innovating with various art forms like fluid art ,marble printing, madhubani art , pencil color portraits , abstract art and many more. Art has always been part of my life. I believe in "Do What You Love" and Art gives me wings to express myself with freedom , To me art is my teacher, meditation, therapy, happiness, story keeper, Guardian and my own way of dealing with life experiences. Through Art, The exploration is endless and I think you never stop learning from it.

Madhubani Painting with Jainee

Date: 17 October 2020
Starts at: 05:00 pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Ticket Price: 250
Maximum Number of Participants: 20
Required Prior Experience: beginner friendly
Madhubani Art is a folk art practiced in Mithila (in present-day Bihar) region of India. it is characterised by its eye-catching geometric patterns. This art form has been used in its home region to decorate homes and to invite the favour of the gods. However, its popularity is so widespread that it’s immediately recognizable as ‘Indian’ art.

Please also suggest easier-to-find alternatives for materials wherever possible. The easier it is to arrange materials, the more likely people will want to attend.

 

  • Watercolours/brush pens /sketch pens;
  • Pencil;
  • Eraser;
  • Scale;
  • protector/rounder (compass)
  • 15 cm x 15 cm drawing paper (any size square paper or A4 size paper will work);

Madhubani is a form of folk art originating from the Mithila (present-day Bihar) region of India. Characterised by eye-catching geometric patterns, this art form has been used in the region to decorate homes and to invite the favour of the gods. However, its popularity is widespread and has become immediately recognisable as ‘Indian’ art.

 

About the instructor (in their own words)

I am a self-taught artist and have been practicing various art forms like fluid art, madhubani art, pencil color portraits and abstract art. I believe in the philosophy of “do what you love” and since art has been a big part of what I love doing, I want to share the therapeutic experience with you all through my workshops!

 

Agenda

  • Introduction to Madhubani folk art;
  • Introduction to different kinds of Madhubani patterns and borders;
  • Creating a figurative Madhubani object;
  • Understanding color schemes and picture composition;

 

Workshop Specific Details

  • Participants must have:
    • Watercolors/brush pens/sketch pens;
    • Pencil;
    • Eraser;
    • Scale;
    • Protractor/rounder;
    • 15 cm x 15 cm drawing sheet (a square paper or A4 size sheet will also work);
  • No prior knowledge is required for this beginner-friendly workshop;
  • Instructions will be in English;

 

Other Important Points

  • The image used in promotions and workshop details cover is for representation and may or may not be the exact work taught in the workshop. In the case of arts or crafts workshops, the image used is of an original work created by the instructor unless specifically stated;
  • Participants under the age of 16 must have a parent or guardian nearby to help them out if needed;
  • You will require a laptop with a functional microphone and webcam to join the webinar. If you intend to join on your mobile, you will need to download the free Google Meet app;
  • You must have a good WiFi speed of at least 5 Mbps. A 4G connection will not suffice!
  • Process: After you have purchased your ticket, you will be sent a calendar invite for the webinar within a day. This calendar invite will be sent on the same email ID as the one you have used while purchasing the ticket. Please do remember to RSVP! On the Friday prior to the webinar, you will be added to a WhatsApp group created for the webinar to facilitate communications;
  • Please note that Bodhiroom only refunds the ticket price in case of cancellation on part of the organiser. There is no refund in case the participant is unable to attend and no possibility of re-using the ticket for another workshop;
  • Bodhiroom does not record its webinars;
  • For any queries/assistance, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at workshops@bodhiroom.com.
  • Please note that instructors’ opinions are their own. Bodhiroom is not involved in content for workshops and encourages participants to do their own due diligence on workshop topics.

 

 

 

  • Madhubani Art is a folk art practiced in Mithila (in present-day Bihar) region of India. it is characterised by its eye-catching geometric patterns. This art form has been used in its home region to decorate homes and to invite the favour of the gods. However, its popularity is so widespread that it’s immediately recognizable as ‘Indian’ art.

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  • 250
  • 20
  • beginner friendly
  • Please also suggest easier-to-find alternatives for materials wherever possible. The easier it is to arrange materials, the more likely people will want to attend.

     

    • Watercolours/brush pens /sketch pens;
    • Pencil;
    • Eraser;
    • Scale;
    • protector/rounder (compass)
    • 15 cm x 15 cm drawing paper (any size square paper or A4 size paper will work);
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