Dot Mandala on Canvas Dot Painting originated from Aboriginal Australia. And mandala in Sanskrit means a circle representing the universe. Learn to blend these two art forms together in a meditative and therapeutic way.
A mandala drawing is a circular symmetrical design with repetitions of patterns which creates an illusion of motion. It has a central focal point around which the design revolves thus symbolizing the cosmos. A Dot Painting is done by drawing dots of various sizes with shades of colors to create shapes and patterns. In this workshop, we will paint a canvas in beautiful mandala patterns painted in dots. Even if you have no prior experience in drawing or painting you don't have to worry at all. I will be demonstrating every step in a simple way and any amateur can try their hands at this successfully. All art materials and a beverage will be provided and you will take away a completed masterpiece created by you. Decorate your home using your own artwork or can even gift to your dear ones.
About the Instructor: My name is Khushboo, I am a developer by profession, working in the IT sector but I found my muse in painting. More than a year ago, amidst my chaotic work schedule, I enrolled myself for a knife painting workshop. Since then, painting has changed my life. 'I never even drew much back in school. I did not know I could paint at all. I luckily attended a knife painting workshop one day and realized how relaxing art is. I haven't stopped learning new art forms since then. I am glad I am getting value for my art. To spread the Artsy Bug and promote the Authenticity of this Indian Art form, I love to go conduct Mandala Art Workshops.
Registrations will be on a first come first serve basis. Walk-ins/spot registrations will be charged 100/- extra.
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