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Symbol In Mithila Painting Workshop with Pallavi Chaudhary

Symbol In mithila Painting

Mithila or popularly known as Madhubani painting, originating from the states of Bihar is a rich art form that has been in practice for ages. The women of Bihar get these paintings incarnated on their walls and doorsteps during special and pious occasions. 

The art form is an amalgamation of a variety of geometric shapes and designs. It is made using numerous tools like fingers, brushes, twigs and more. The detailings included in the painting is another highlighting element of the art form. 

To allow you to learn the details of the art form, the Circle Community has come up with its finest Symbol in Mithila Painting with the expert Pallavi Chaudhary. The workshop responsibly walks you through the essentials of Mithila painting that on further run allows you to acquire commendable mastery on the same. 

About the Artist:- 

Pallavi Chaudhary is a passionate art lover and a practitioner. She’s very fond of exploring Indian traditional arts as she believes its authenticity shares untold stories. She holds a stronghold in Maithili Art and its associated aspects that allow learners to make their best under her guidance & supervision. 

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The workshop began:- 

The workshop began with the host introducing the session mentor, Pallavi Chaudhary and her expertise in the respective art field down the years. On successful introduction, she began with sharing details of Mithila Art and its importance overall.

She then began with enacting the necessary steps required to curate the decided art piece. She made sure to remain precise and utmost clear in making her introductions to the learners. Pallavi was open to assisting questions and queries coming from the learners. This effort of her made the session even more fruitful and exciting. Following her productive guidance, the attendees were all engrossed in creating their best Mithila art. 

Towards the end of the workshop:- 

Towards the end of the workshop, Pallavi and attendees created a sight appealing Mithila art that was finely touched with crucial details. The art pieces of attendees were highlighted and tailored with effective comments by the mentor herself. These attendees were although of different age groups and regions but were also passionately connected to learning and exploring. 

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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