Madhubani Painting Online Course
4 months certification course
by Kamlesh Roy (State Awardee Madhubani Artist from Bihar)
Discover the beauty and intricacy of traditional Indian Madhubani painting with our comprehensive 4 months online course. Master Artist, Kamlesh Roy will guide you through every step of the process, from learning the motifs, different forms and scenes, selecting the right materials to creating your own stunning Madhubani masterpiece.
become a certified artist
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What you'll learn in 4 months:
1. Introduction to Madhubani painting.
2. Basic techniques of Madhubani Panting:
3. How to decorate various kinds of trees, animals, birds, and water.
4. How to make border and decorate it.
1. What is handmade paper, how its made and how to use it.
2. Learn about most popular subjects of Madhubani Painting:
– Nayna Jogin
– Shiv – Parvati
3. Learn about the Anatomy of human body in Madhubani.
4. How to make Madhubani Painting on fabric, such as saree, suit, dupatta, bag etc.
1. Learn the Ramayana Subject painting.
2. Learn the most popular themes of mythological Madhubani Panting:
– Doli Kahor
– Mariage life
– Radha – Krishna
1. Learn the modern Madhubani Painting with new subject.
2. Project making.
3. Canvas painting.
4. Learn to make 4 paintings.
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm (IST)
Total 32 classes
2 days a week
As per availability and time zone.
Total 32 classes
Know the Artist
State Awardee Madhubani Artist from Bihar
Kamlesh Roy is a famous contemporary artist of Mithila painting also known as Madhubani Art. He received his training in Mithila painting at Mithila Art Institute and a B.F.A in painting from Prachin Kala Kendra, Chandigarh.
He received the State Award of 2019-2020 in Madhubani painting from the Government of Bihar.
Kamlesh Roy has exhibited his work in various museums and galleries in India and abroad, including the Devi Art Foundation, Folk Art Museum, San Francisco, India Habitat Center, and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, among others. He has also worked on a national award-winning documentary film, “Naina Jogin,” directed by Prakash Jha Group and Mahua TV, based on the Ramayana.