Pattachitra Fabric Painting Workshop

Being a traditional, cloth-based scroll painting, Pattachitra is one of the most popular folk artforms employed on the silk fabric. In this workshop participants will learn to create one of the graceful designs used in Pattachitra Art – The Dancing Lady which is repeatedly used by artist to embellish the clothing particularly silk.

18th & 19th December

2 Days Workshop

(4:30 pm – 6:30 pm IST)

₹2199/-

₹999/-

Pattachitra Fabric Workshop-02

Online session on Google Meet

Lifetime access to the recorded session

Participation Certificate from Authindia

About the Workshop

Being a traditional, cloth-based scroll painting, Pattachitra is one of the most popular folk artforms employed on the silk fabric.

Many famous designers have used pattachitra style to adorn the fabrics and decoratives alike.

In this workshop participants will learn to create one of the graceful designs – the dancing lady which is repeatedly used by artist to embellish the clothing particularly silk.

Basically pattachitra is one of the ancient artworks of Odisha, originally created for ritual use and as souvenirs for pilgrims to Puri, as well as other temples in Odisha.

Materials Required

  • Drawing copy
  • Acrylics colours or
    Poster colours.
  • Brush no- 0,00,000,1,2,3
  • Colors Required: Lemon Yellow, Black, Red, Tint, White, Green light, Pearl gold

Ashish Das

Graduated from State institute for development of art & craft ( SIDAC) in 2008, Odisha, Ashish has been practising and teaching pattachitra folk art for more than a decade now. Applying the oldest form of folk art on to different medium such as paper, palm leaf and textile, he has put a tremendous effort to make the art relevant in contemporary world. He has also been honoured by Lalit Kala academy for his exemplary contribution.

Pattachitra Paintings by Ashish Das

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