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Be Mandalistic Workshop With Vaishnavi Padaki

What’s better for a free-spirited creative person than a great combination of mandala and doodle? This workshop will allow you to use your ability to doodle to form beautiful mandalas. All of us know about the great benefits of both of these art forms on our psychological and mental wellbeing besides giving expression to our thoughts and feelings.

To give our Circle Members the experience to learn and enlighten themselves about this modern art form. Rooftop curated a Be Mandalistic Workshop and invited Vaishnavi Padaki.

Vaishnavi Padaki is a Civil Engineer by profession and a travel enthusiast, Mandala lover, painting amateur, green tea brand ambassador (kidding). She is proud feminist and also conducts workshops for Basic level Mandala for all age groups. Quarantine actually made her think that she had left doing the most important thing in her life. So she started working on them again and turned out to be the best of her, she was happy to see that nothing had changed. Mandala develops immense patience. Also it taught her that if anything has to be perfect. It should be done with all passion and minute details.

Be Mandalistic Workshop Began

Artist instructed to draw an elephant mandala with free hand or with the help of a ruler or on an A4 Paper Size. She started with the face of the elephant, Big ears and then the trunk later drew three legs of Elephant as it is 2D elephant structure of it. 

The borders and the outline was ready so the artist instructed to quickly start with the filling part that is the intricate mandala filling in the Elephant doodle. Artist seemed to be super energetic and showed some quick tricks of different patterns, designs and shapes. Artist taught several patterns which helped the attendees to fill the Elephant Doodle and it looked like an absolute masterpiece.

Towards The End Of The Workshop

At the end of the workshop the Artist showed how to do the intricate mandala on the trunk and legs of the elephant. She displayed her other artwork. Attendees enlightened the artist with their beautiful Artwork where the artist gives a review of where they can improve and appreciate their effort and execution.

Artist displayed her other artworks and everyone enjoyed such an interesting workshop.

The workshop was full of learnings and everyone was elated by the experience.

The attendees seemed immersed in the workshop and thanked Rajasthan studio as well as the artist for introducing them to such a unique art form.

The attendees were from different parts of the country. Also, they belonged to different age groups but their love for art brought them together on a single platform. Rooftop community as always was successful in connecting artists and curating a magical and positive vibe together. 

On this note, here’s us signing off until next time.

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