Kalamkari Art Workshop

02:00 PM - 06:00 PM

pH Designs
1st floor, Pratharna Complex, Nr Induben khakhra vala, Girish Cold Drinks, C.G Road, Ahmedabad, India 380009

Registration fees: Rs. 2600/-

For more information and booking details visit here

For booking, Call us on +91 8306363530 / 9428110033

Prior registration is mandatory.⁠⁠⁠⁠

2017-10-03 14:00:00 2017-10-03 18:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Kalamkari Art Workshop

Kalamkari is an ancient Indian art which originated 3000 years ago. It derives from the word “kalam” meaning “pen” and “kari” meaning “craftsmanship”, literally pen work. The kalamkari artist uses a bamboo or palm stick pointed at one end and a bundle of fine hair attached to this pointed end to serve as the brush of the pen.

These drawings were done on cotton fabric only but nowadays they are done on other mediums even. The colours used in these paintings are organic. Most of the colours are used from roots of the plants, plants, leaves, with mineral salts of iron, copper, tin, aluminium which are used as mordants.

Material will be provided.
What to bring – Apron and newspaper

Source: Facebook

 

pH Designs
1st floor, Pratharna Complex, Nr Induben khakhra vala, Girish Cold Drinks, C.G Road, Ahmedabad, India 380009

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Kalamkari is an ancient Indian art which originated 3000 years ago. It derives from the word “kalam” meaning “pen” and “kari” meaning “craftsmanship”, literally pen work. The kalamkari artist uses a bamboo or palm stick pointed at one end and a bundle of fine hair attached to this pointed end to serve as the brush of the pen.

These drawings were done on cotton fabric only but nowadays they are done on other mediums even. The colours used in these paintings are organic. Most of the colours are used from roots of the plants, plants, leaves, with mineral salts of iron, copper, tin, aluminium which are used as mordants.

Material will be provided.
What to bring – Apron and newspaper

Source: Facebook

 

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