Art is a great stress booster. It is an important element that allows you to connect and evolve with your soul. The more engrossed you are into it the more creative and unique the outcome becomes. One such unique art form is Mandala art.
Mandala art is an inclusion of minute detailings of designs that when put together embarks on a strikingly appealing art piece. It allows you to channelise your inner thoughts into designs and patterns. The art form has been in practice since the olden times and has been celebrated by a number of artists.
Its presence even in the modern era today remains sound and effective. Thus, a lot of professionals are taking up the art form with great desire. The Circle Community’s Intricate Mandala Workshop with Priyanka Dugar makes it even easier for modern creative minds to have an understanding of it. So, if you are a creative mind looking for a resource that allows you to win mastery over mandala art, then here’s your chance. Keep Scrolling!
About the Artist:-
Priyanka Dugar is an interior designer by profession from Nepal. She recently began exploring different art forms and Mandala art truly stayed with her. She adored the joy and calmness the art provided and thus, she’s working to hold commendable expertise on the same.
The workshop began:-
The host began the workshop by introducing Priyanka Dugar and her achievements down the line. She then overtook the session and began by welcoming the attendees of the workshop. She also took some time out and gave a brief explanation of Mandala art and its importance.
Priyanka showed the art piece that was to be and began the process for it. She kept attendees well aware and known of every step taken to acquire the final image. There were numerous questions and queries coming from the attendees which Priyanka attended and guided to her best ability.
Following formulated steps and tricks the intricate Mandala making began in the most sound and calm manner.
Towards the end of the workshop:-
By the end of the workshop, a well-tailored intricate Mandala design was prepared by Priyanka Dugar. The same was co-created by the attendees of the workshop who were of different ages passionately connected to art and its varied forms.
In the end, the attendees also received an opportunity to showcase their final pieces and won constructive guidance and feedback on moulding them into extraordinary pieces.
The Circle 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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