About The Craft
Often characterized by complex geometrical patterns, Madhubani paintings are known for representing ritual content for particular occasions, including festivals, religious rituals, etc. The colors used in Madhubani paintings are usually derived from plants and other natural sources. These colors are often bright and pigments like lampblack and ochre are used to create black and brown respectively. Instead of contemporary brushes, objects like twigs, matchsticks and even fingers are used to create the paintings.
About The Artist
Smt. Manisha Jha is a self-taught Madhubani artist who established Madhubani Art Centre in the year 2002 to support women artists from Mithila region in Bihar. She also supports other centres to produce and market their work. In 2009, her work was selected to be a part of "Aspects of Collecting" – an extraordinary art project on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Essl Museum in Vienna, Austria. Manisha ji is a recepient of the prestigious National Award and the honorary title of "Icon of Santafe".
Meet the master at India Craft Week 2019.
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- Includes art & craft material required for the workshop
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