Mithila Art or popularly known as Madhubani Art is an alluring art form that originated from Bihar. The striking art form is extensively practised in parts of Bihar & Nepal. It gained popularity and acceptance due to the authenticity and uniqueness it serves the audience with. Geometric patterns, vibrant colours, methods & tools used to make the art piece and many more makes it an exciting art form to explore and learn about.
Various creative minds are getting into the depths of it to understand its vividness and then top it with their own vision and unique plots. If you’re one of them, looking for a similar opportunity to learn and explore the art form then the Circle Community’s Mithila Art Workshop with Siddhidatri is all that you need. The workshop responsibly takes you on a detailed tour of the art form and guides you to enhance and rectify it in your own ways.
About the Artist:-
Siddhidatri is a versatile artist holding mastery in various art forms like Mithila, Worli, Mandala and more. She holds sound experience in Mithila art and has been passionately serving creative minds through effective guidance & supervision.
The workshop began:-
The Mithila Art Workshop began with the host sharing a warm introduction about the artist and her celebrated years of experience down the years. On successful introduction, she then took over the session and began by briefing important aspects of Mithila Art and its associated elements.
On conveying the importance, she began following the necessary steps required to acquire the decided end result of the Mithila art. She made sure her steps were easy, precise and productive that allowed learners to keep up with their interest and desire to learn. Under her guidance, learners were warmly getting one to one with the art form and registering tons of points to take back home. Siddhidatri throughout the session ensured to be of utmost use and therefore accepted and attended every question and query coming from the attendees.
Towards the end of the workshop:-
The workshop under the mentor’s supervision concluded on a very effective note. Towards the end of the workshop, appealing Mithila Art pieces were created by the attendees who were of different age groups but deeply connected to various forms of art and art forms.
In the end, the art pieces by the attendees were highlighted and tailored with productive comments by the mentor herself.
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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