Mandala art is one of the most celebrated traditional art forms and is practised for a very long period. The art form is created using multiple geometric shapes, sizes and patterns that when blended together embark on a visually striking image.
Practising Mandala art allows creative minds to channelise their thoughts and positivity towards art and artwork. As an individual, you are free to curate and tailor your own unique patterns. You do not need to adhere to any limitations. But the best remains unknown until you have it practised yourself. How do we do that? Well, the Rooftop Community through the Mandala art workshop by Sona has already done it for you. Let’s witness its details with the master right away!
About the Artist:-
Master Sona is a passionate practitioner of art who’s had her hands dipped in different art forms for about more than 12 years now. She practices mandala art and other relevant art forms in order to escape the world and seize her piece in her own.
The workshop began:-
The workshop began with the host introducing the master Sona and her mastery over art down the years. She then took over the session and began sharing detailed do’s and don’ts that one needs to adhere to when practising Mandala art.
While creating her art piece she made sure to keep her attendees well aware and alert of the steps involved in creating the art forms. To choose the finest Every piece of equipment was well briefed to the attendees. The master also ensured to reach back to each question requested by the participants.
Towards the end of the workshop:-
The Mandala art was finally made with a vibrant and innovative structure. The session turned out to be quite fruitful for the joinees. The joiners walking in the workshop were a blend of different ages, motivated to explore the vibrant art form.
Towards the end of the session, the attendees also won an opportunity to showcase their art pieces. They received constructive feedback from the master. Rooftop plotted a successful another truly exploring and fruitful session.
On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!