Rooftop – Where India Inspires Creativity

Learn Indian art online

Warli Painting Workshop with Shewta Jain

Warli Workshop

Warli painting is India’s oldest art form that originates from the Warli region of Maharashtra. The art form incorporates various geometric shapes, sizes and patterns that are accumulated together to create meaningful structures. Despite being one of the oldest art forms, the vibrancy of the art still remains fresh and rich. Thus, numerous creative minds of the era are topping warli art with their unique creativity. 

To get into major details of the art form, the Circle Community’s Warli painting workshop with Shewta Jain can prove to be of great assistance. The session is all about warli art and its basics to remember when getting started with it. So, get going to know what unique the art workshop has to offer.  

About the Artist:- 

Shweta Jain is an advertising graduate who holds an impressive interest in learning and exploring various art forms with great detailing. Her constant effort allowed her to acquire mastery over various art forms and thus, today she influences a number of creative minds. 

Image credits –

The workshop began:- 

The workshop for Warli Painting began with the host sharing a warm introduction about the mentor, Shweta Jain and her commendable years of experience down the line. She then took over the session and began with briefing basics to remember when getting started with Warli Painting. 

Following easy and constructive steps, Shweta began with the process, compelling learners to be her loyal followers. She ensured to practise easy and convenient steps that allowed learners to gain instant confidence in themselves and their creativity. Her constant guidance and supervision in making the art piece made the session more productive and qualitative in every manner. 

Towards the end of the workshop:- 

Towards the end of the workshop, Shweta Jain successfully introduced learners to essential patterns to follow in order to acquire the perfect spread of Warli painting on your canvas. The attendees of the workshop co-created the essential pattern of Warli art too. Their art pieces in the end were highlighted and touched upon with some points of improvement by the mentor herself. 

These attendees were of different age groups with a vision and mission to explore celebrated forms of Indian arts. And the Circle Community successfully helped them do that. 

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!

Also, for more information on upcoming Circle Experiences, follow us on Instagram.

Related Posts