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Rangoli Mandala Workshop with Karishma Parikh

Rangoli Mandala

Mandala art never gets old. No matter how long it stayed in the art field but it still sparks the same vibrancy. The geometrical shapes, sizes, patterns and more that it incorporates are still fun to try and blend with. Mandala art goes well and can be adjusted with major other art forms. So here’s a creative twist to old mandala styles- a Rangoli mandala 

Using Mandala patterns to make rangolis during special occasions can be a delight for a creative mind. The freedom it allows you to curate and experiment is really commendable. So, how do you begin? Well, to understand that Rooftop Rangoli Mandala workshop with Karishma Parikh is to be referred to. The mentor of the workshop holds sound expertise in Mandala art and thus, can prove to be a great choice to learn and explore the essentials of it. So keep scrolling to register an incredible share of knowledge on the same. 

About the Artist:- 

Karishma Parikh is an internationally acclaimed artist who holds expertise in various art mediums like Charcoal, Watercolour, Acrylic and more.

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The workshop began:- 

The learning for Mandala art began with the host making a warm introduction about the mentor and her years of experience in the art field. She then took over the session and began to enlighten learners with essentials to remember when starting with the Mandala art. 

On successful briefing, she then began with making the art piece. The attendees of the workshop were co-creating the pieces too. So she ensured to remain absolutely helpful in her instructions. To make the session even more engaging, learners were free to request assistance for their questions or queries associated with the subject. Following effective steps, tips and tricks the attendees were finally feeling confident around the art form. 

Towards the end of the workshop:- 

Under the guidance of Karishma Parikh, attendees were able to curate brilliant pieces of Mandala art. These attendees were of different groups connected through the passion of learning and evolving with the art form. In the end, their pieces were highlighted and assisted with effective comments by the mentor herself. 

The session was one impressive engagement of creative minds that compelled them to act and impact better. 

The Rooftop, 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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