Madhubani Beginners to Advance Course

Madhubani Art - Beginners to advance Course

Madhubani Art - Beginners to advance Course

Madhubani painting is one of the many famous Indian art forms. As it is practiced in the Mithila region of Bihar and Nepal. The Madhubani paintings are often based on religious themes like the paintings of gods like Lord Krishna and scenes from the Ramayana era. It is often painted with natural bright colors which are often made using a paste of cow dung and mud to provide it with a better texture.

Madhubani Art "Beginners to Advance course" is provided by Catterfly Art & Culture where classes are taught by traditional and award winning artist from Madhubani - Ms Hema Devi. This course comprises of 4 levels of materials depending on the complexity and duration of the workshop. Once bought, you will get entire bundle of workshops to work on with your own pace, time and comfort.

This versatile plans is tailored to suit beginners and advanced learners. They have also been designed keeping in mind different interests and time.

Here comes Catterfly with an incredible 45% OFF on original price of INR 18000/-!!

What is included in this course?
✅ 126+ hours of Online Workshops (Pre-recorded)
✅ 21+ workshops with 104+ modules
✅ 4 Levels - Beginner to Advanced
✅ Stepwise instructions with pictures and videos
✅ Assessment and Feedback by Master Artist
✅ Ongoing Support by Catterfly Art Experts
✅ Lifelong Access to Videos

About our Artist
National Awardee artist for madhubani work, Mrs Hema Devi comes from a family of Madhubani artistes and married into one. Her mother Leela Devi and mother-in-law Subhadhra Devi are also national award winners.

Apart from practicing the craft, she also teaches students the techniques of paper mache and Madhubani. In this session she is going to take us on the wonderful journey of learning various aspects of Madhubani art and culture. She will help us to learn not only the basics of the art, but will also guide us through the process of creation of beautiful artistic masterpieces on various themes.

Catterfly Art and Culture takes pride in collaborating with native artists who not only impart their knowledge but also tell stories behind each painting that they teach.

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Know about Madhubani Art

🤔The history of Madhubani paintings dates back to the days of Ramayana
The history of Madhubani paintings dates back to the time of Ramayana when king Janaka asked an artist to capture the wedding of his daughter Sita with prince Rama. He commissioned craftsmen to decorate the entire kingdom with Madhubani art on the auspicious occasion of his daughter's marriage. That's one of the earliest mentions of Madhubani paintings that can be found in ancient scriptures and text.

🤔Madhubani Paintings have 5 distinct styles to delight our eyes
Madhubani art has five distinctive styles - Bharni, Katchni, Tantrik, Godna, and Kohbar. In ancient times, Bharni, Kachni and Tantrik style were done by Brahman and Kayastha women, who were considered 'upper caste.' Their themes were mainly religious and depicted Gods and Goddesses, flora and fauna. People belonging to lower castes including aspects of their daily life and symbols into their paintings. Nowadays, Madhubani has become a globalised art form. There is no difference in the work of different artists of different regions or castes.

🤔Madhubani paintings are done using different kinds of everyday materials.
In past, Madhubani painting was done using fingers, twigs. Now, matchsticks and pen nibs are also used. Usually, bright colours are used in these paintings with an outline made from rice paste as its framework. These paintings rarely have any blank spaces. Borders are often embellished with geometric and floral patterns. These paintings use natural dyes. For example, Madhubani paintings in black and white often use charcoal and soot for the black colour.

🤔Madhubani art is characterised by symbols and figures
Madhubani paintings are characterised by figures that are prominently outlined, like bulging fish-like eyes and pointed noses. The themes of Madhubani paintings usually include natural elements like fish, birds, animals, turtle, sun, moon, bamboo trees and flowers, like a lotus. Love, valour, devotion, fertility, and prosperity are often symbolized by geometric patterns, which is another important feature of this art form.

🤔From Mud-Walls to Canvas
Earlier, Madhubani paintings were made by women on freshly plastered mud-walls of their houses during religious occasions. The skill has been passed onto from one generation to another. Today, this artwork can be found on an international platform on mediums like cloth, paper, canvas, paper-mache products, etc.

🤔Madhubani is an Instinctive Art Form
Madhubani art is created without the use of sketches, they are made instinctively by the artists. This feature not only makes Madhubani paintings unique but also incredibly exclusive.

🤔The Connection with Feng shui
Madhubani paintings use symbols and geometric figures which have a strong association with the Feng Shui philosophy. The use of flowers, especially the lotus, birds, fishes, and turtles which we find in Madhubani paintings, are closely linked to the concept of divinity and spirituality in Feng Shui. Madhubani painting is believed to bring with them, the benefits of Feng Shui as well. 

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