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Acrylic Painting and Its Demand Among Artists
The Popularity of Acrylic Painting and Its Growing Demand
In today's modern era, most artists are making paintings only through acrylic colours. These colours dry easily in 10 minutes. While working in acrylic painting we should keep in mind that we should clean and use the brush well. The difference between acrylic and oil painting is that we can work long hours in oil painting, while in acrylic we have to work quickly. In acrylic painting, we can also use knives in addition to brushes. Along with mixing colours with the knife, we can also create different textures in the painting. With the help of a knife, we can give a 3D look to the painting by highlighting it in the painting.
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About Origami and Its History
About Origami and Its History
Some coloured paper and some printed paper are used in origami art. Printed papers are traditionally Japanese. These papers are coloured from one side and white from the other side. By the way, coloured paper from both sides is also available in the market. They are also sold in sizes ranging from 2.5 CM, (1 Inch) to 25 CM, (10 inches) or more. Their weight is slightly less than common paper. "WASHI" is a traditional origami paper used in Japan, made using the bark, shrub and mulberry fibers of the gumpi tree.
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Warli painting from Western Ghats of India
Warli painting from Western Ghats of India
Warli paintings are a very ancient form of Indian traditional art. It is a tribal art mostly created by the tribal people of the North Sahyadri Range in Maharashtra. The Warli paintings in Maharashtra are one of the finest examples of the traditional style of folk paintings. Warli greatly rejects contemporary culture, the warli culture focuses on the concept of mother nature and the warli paintings often depict elements associated with nature.
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Online Competition - Creativity with Positivity
Online Competition - Creativity with Positivity
Himanshu Art Institute organised online competition "Creativity with Positivity" social media's platform Instagram. As per competition rules, the works sent by the participants were published for seven days on the Instagram profile page of Himanshu Art Institute and Painting Ki Pathshala. In this online competition, hundreds of participants from most of the states of India took part with great enthusiasm and they were encouraged to move forward in society.
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Emerging Demand for India's Gond Art on Canvas & Paper
Emerging Demand for India's Gond Art on Canvas & Paper
Indian Traditional Arts are culturally very strong and inspire artists to create artifacts like treys, boxes, photo frames, etc .which have become extremely popular globally. Lots of artists are emerging and doing this art on paper or canvas with acrylic colors and taking this art to international art galleries. If learned professionally this simple art can take you to the next level altogether and can help you make a career as well.
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A Secured Career in Art and Craft
A Secured Career in Art and Craft
Till date, Art & Craft has been looked upon as a hobby course but now career prospect is vast. Numerous opportunities can be found. Craft is a vast field in itself. One can specialize even in one field of craft and proceed further. Crafts include Paper Mache, Gift Packing, Quilling Art, Candle Making, Envelopes, Paper Bags, Paper Craft, Soft Toys, etc. Now one can easily visualize career security. Freelancing work can be done for the supply of gift items for Corporate, Advertising Agencies, etc. Conducting workshops with event organizing companies.
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