Have you ever given a thought to upcycle bottles and turn them into decorative aesthetic pieces of art? If not, you should explore the beautiful bottle art workshop. This art distinguished itself from others by being not only a part of the creative exercise but also is a type of sustainable art as well. 

Therefore, to give our Circle Members the opportunity to reuse their bottles as decorative art pieces, Rajasthan Studio curated a workshop and invited Ritvi Mishra.

Ritvi Mishra is an engineering student. Although her passion and enthusiasm for art have led her to explore the beauty of bottle art. She can never imagine her life without exploring the diverse art forms. 

Bottle Art Workshop Began

Ritvi started her workshop with a warm welcome to all the attendees. After that she explained the types of experiments she will be teaching all of them regarding the bottle art. 

Moving on, she started the bottle art with both preferences that are the colored and the transparent one. She divided the bottle into two sections in order to enlighten the Circle Members about the different techniques. She started with the squared design.

Throughout the session Ritvi gave some interesting and insightful techniques that could help the beginners as well.

Towards the end of the Workshop

Ritvi towards the end of the workshop gave away some details about the fairy lights or the SMD LED lights which everyone can use in their bottles to make it a  great home decor item. After showing the types of light she told the attendees about the significance of these lights as they bring out the texture of the designs painted on the bottle in a more refined manner. 

She concluded the Workshop with a little Q&A session.

The attendees were from different parts of the country and belonged to different age groups but their love for art brought them together on a single platform. Rajasthan studio 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!