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7 Leading Instagram Art Trends You Must Try

Do you want to stay at the top of the latest art trends? We’re here to help! We’ve picked the most interesting and fun-to-do trending art activities for you. Here are the top art and creativity trends that are all over Instagram. Get Creative with these Cool Art Trends  1. Me vs my best friend

Timeless Elegance: Floral Motifs in Rajasthani Miniature Paintings

Flowers have been used as a design element in the art for centuries, and nowhere is this more evident than in a Rajasthani miniature painting. This painting is an ancient art form known for its intricate details, vivid colours, and delicate brushwork. If you’re a fan of floral designs, then you’ll love exploring the world

Relevance of Folk Art in Climate Crises

Historically, folk art has been a powerful means of expressing oneself. At the same time, it plays a huge role in preserving a community’s culture and tradition. While it may not be a solution to any crisis, it helps the individual and the community to cope with it in a way. It can provide motivation

Why are Indian handicrafts so precious?

Introduction On a scale of 1-10, how breathtaking is it to look at Indian handicrafts? For us, it’s beyond 100. Since the beginning of the Indus Valley Civilization, there’s ample art and handicrafts around to consume and get inspired from. However, Indian handicrafts are an embodiment of a culture so vibrant in diversity that it’s

5 Striking Examples Where Traditional Indian Art Portrayed Bold, Modern Concepts

The traditional Indian art forms are a rich repository of heritage and regional culture. However, as time passes, it is inevitable that the traditional art forms evolve to encompass modern concepts and contemporary artistic renditions. In fact, unsurprisingly, the traditional Indian art forms have become as much vehicles of modern expressions as they are the
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Top 7 Books on Madhubani Painting

What is Madhubani Painting? The Mithila (current Bihar) region of India and Nepal is home to Madhubani paintings, also known as Mithila paintings. It derives its name from the Madhubani district of Bihar, India, where it was first conceived. These paintings are made by artists utilising a range of tools, such as brushes, nib pens,