Warli Art: My First Warli Painting

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I must say this month has been action packed for me. I kept myself busy in various activities and learnt few good & new things. I think this is the mantra of happiness- keep yourself busy and learn something new.
I have always been a great admirer of all Indian art forms . It was my dream to explore and learn about various Indian Arts and that’s what I am doing these days. Let me share my happiness with you all wonderful people who always keep encouraging me by reading, commenting and liking my every post.  Recently I learnt about ‘Warli Art‘ and found that it’s not only the simplest art form but looks magical too. 
Earlier I had done Warli art only on a small pot but this time I tried it on paper with all the details and tried to depict social life of Warli tribes.
Here is my first Warli painting. Theme is wedding. 
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My First Warli Painting.
Here are the details. Sun and sparrow can be of same size in this style of painting, as proportionality doesn’t  matter.  
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Warli Art: Sparrow and Sun

Groom on a horse arriving for wedding. Banana leaves, earthen pots and decoration with flowers and leaves  to recreate the scene of wedding ceremony in a village.

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Warli Art: Groom

People are welcoming groom and playing instruments. All the shapes are geometrical circle for head, triangles for trunk and pelvis of human body. Faces are bereft of features.

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Warli Art: Men Playing Instruments

Palm trees and hut to recreate a village scene. Again geometrical shapes are used and filled them with fine lines as no free space should be left in this style of painting.

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Warli Art: Hut & Tree

Animals and birds are very common in this painting. Here is my Warli peacock.

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Warli Art: Peacock

I enjoyed a lot while I was doing this art. I felt like I am achieving something with every stroke of brush. I am so happy so content. I don’t know which art form I will be working on next but I will surely share with you 🙂

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