warli painting designs - aadaa warli and dhokhra 4 musical tribles wood and brass wall painting - 25.5x17.75x25.5 cm - brown & gold
The artwork onthis product represents a fusion between two diverse forms of tribal art. Traditionally, the women of the tribe made auspicious drawings of palghat, the mother goddess with rice paste on walls of the dwellings, with a bamboo stick at the time of marriage. The forms are created by joining two triangles vertically or horizontally with their sliced tips meeting in the center, the linear arms, feet and head give these figures the rhythm and movement. Dhorka art is native to the chhattisgarh region where the tribals use an ancient lost-wax process to cast brass into shapes of dancing figures and their deities. We have createdthis fusion using ecofriendly colours and the skills of our rural women who revel in the joy of their every creation. Dhokra art: a tribal art from baster rural part of madhya pradesh (india). Paintings made on hand moulded, casting buy brass. The technique used in making was called lost wax method. Warli art: a tribal art from rural maharashtra (india) reflecting the daily life of village folks, paintings made with all vegetable and natural colours using bamboo brushes.