Kalamkari Art is a unique art form that is widely practiced in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. You can find its vital inscriptions on various religious spots, chariot banners, and more. It is further categorized into two distinctive styles, called Srikalahasti Style and Machilipatanam Style.
If you aim to get into the details of it and practice it on a daily basis then you surely need to check out the Tree of Life in Kalamkari workshop with Shruti Agarwal. Throughout her session, she walks attendees through detailed briefings of the art form that makes them feel confident and productive when practicing it. To get into the details, keep scrolling.
About the Artist:-
Shruti Agarwal is a Folk Artist and a Textile & Fashion Designer who has been serving the art industry for about 2+ decades now. She specializes in numerous art forms and aims to share it with budding creative minds that are looking for platforms to rise & shine.
The workshop began:-
The workshop began with the host making a warm introduction about the mentor, Shruti Agarwal, and her noteworthy years of experience in the art field. She then took over the session and began with sharing details of the Kalamkari workshop and important aspects to adhere to when getting your hands started for the very first time.
She then began with making art, following strong and constructive steps. She ensured to be sound enough to reach the attendees and make them feel confident while trying. To make the session exciting and engaging she remained open to questions and queries and tried her level best to assist learners to make their best out of the session.
Towards the end of the workshop:-
Under Shruti’s effective guidance and supervision, attendees were able to curate impressive pieces of Kalamkari art. Their pieces, in the end, were highlighted and tailored with the wise comments of the mentor. These attendees were of different age groups wanting to passionately learn and explore art with strong desire and dedication.
Thus, the session concluded on a quite productive note. 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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