About this Course
Do you want to expand your creative horizon and learn the different art forms existing in India?
In this course, you will learn the techniques of Warli Art. Warli paintings are believed to be one of the oldest forms of art in history. It is a tribal art mostly done by Adivasi from North Sahyadri Range in India, i.e. in western India.
This form of tribal art mainly makes use of geometric shapes such as circles, triangles, and squares to form numerous shapes depicting the life and beliefs of the Warli tribe.
The Warli tribe believes in harmony between nature and man, and often these beliefs depicted in their paintings. The painting was done on a brown background made of mud and cow dung. The white pigment used to draw shapes and figures was a mixture of rice mixed with water and gum.
In this course, you'll go through the following concepts -
Materials required for the workshop:
Cartridge paper or ivory sheet
Cardboard or CD
GSM or pastel paper
Pencil, rubber and cutter
Permanent marker ( fine tip)- any colour ( optional)
Pilot pen or gel pen ( black)
Fevicol or fabric glue
Jewellery wire ( eye pin)
Pliers - cutter and moulder plier
Brush ( thin and thick)
Cotton clothe piece
By the end of this course, you'll learn to create amazing Warli Art, with the tips and techniques to make beautiful wall paintings, jewellery, coasters as well. Indian Tribal Art Form is surfacing on top now more than ever.
If you are a passionate artist who wants to learn and explore different kinds of folk art, then REGISTER for this course today!
Learn together with your friends
Introduction to Warli Painting
Warli painting Motives & Figures
Frequently Asked Questions