A pack of Ganjifa cards was used in the olden days to play a normal game of cards. The Kings back then were great patrons of art and would get their personal deck hand-painted by local artisans. The cards were thus very artistic, were bright and colorful with subjects of mythological significance, and were embellished with gold and stones.
Come and explore a bygone era by painting a card in the Ganjifa style of art. You get to learn a painting technique that involves a lot of techniques like decoupage, gilding, and painting, in the traditional way.
Take Away: A circular Ganjifa card, hand-painted by you, to add to the beauty of your home.
Artist: Shantha Prabhu
Age: 15 . A flair with brush skills would be an added advantage.
Date: 29th June 2019(Saturday)
Time: 2.30pm -5.30pm
Fee: Rs 1500 (Including all materials)
Booking Fee: Rs 500 (Balance of Rs 1000 to be paid at the venue)
Venue: Bloom and Grow, Koramangala
About Bloom and Grow :
Bloom and Grow to facilitate artist-led art and craft workshops in studios, and also conducts art based corporate workshops across India.