Warli Paintings Photographs
These are photos of folk paintings of the Warli tribe, a tribe from north west of Mumbai. (A link to sketches and designs of Warli Art is given at the bottom of this post). Warli Art was first discovered in the early seventies. Its roots can be traced to the 10th century AD. Wall Murals of these paintings look beautiful. It is believed by historians that the Warli tradition of art is as old as 3,000 BC. Warli paintings represent the daily life and events of the Warli tribe of Maharashtra…
Easy Madhubani Elephant Bookmark Craft for Kids
You need only basic art supplies to make this beautiful Madhubani Elephant Bookmark. Perfect for Ganesh Chathurthi or Elephant Appreciation Day.
Watercolor Hand Drawn Warli Art Collection
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Bheenth Chitra - A unique Indian tribal wall art style (Step by step guide)
Bheenth Chitra, literally translated as wall drawings is a type of wall art in India. The motifs are large, clear and very distinct. Brush strokes are thick and fairly linear. This unique wall art uses a beautiful mix of geometrical and ethnic motifs. There are no stencils, prints or design blocks used to get the actual design on to the walls. It is a completely freehand art form that takes wall designs to an entirely new level. Here is Bheeth Chitra, or wall art with a Tribal twist.
Baraat - The Wedding Procession Art Print by Sachin Raverkar
Baraat - The Wedding Procession art print by Sachin Raverkar. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
wall hanging key stand
Delicately handcrafted in teak and pine wood by craftspeople from the interiors of India, ‘Panels Of Paintings’ is a wall-mount key holder, inspired from native Indian tribal life and hand-painted with indigenous Warli art. Equipped with six key hooks, this key holder is finely crafted with three horizontally arranged rectangular planks of wood hand painted in red, green and yellow for the base and brought to life with rustic hand-painted Warli patterns and motifs depicting their life and…