Indian Painting: Folk Art, Mandala, Zentangle & Dot Painting
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Indian Painting: Folk Art, Mandala, Zentangle & Dot Painting

by Yellow Frames Art by Minal

170 AED

(VAT inclusive)

Indian Painting: Folk Art, Mandala, Zentangle & Dot Painting

170 AED

(VAT inclusive)

by:
when:
Flexible Dates
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where:
Abu Dhabi - Al Raha
Validity Period: All sessions are valid for 90 days upon booking
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Description:

India is a treasure trove of traditional art forms which have evolved over the years. If you are an art lover who wants to explore your artistic potential, these courses will offer you the most authentic experience of learning several Indian art forms.

Under the creative guidance of a very talented artist, Minal, all art lessons are offered with step-by-step instruction for beginners, covering all the fundamentals you need to create your own masterpieces. You can choose to learn any of the two Indian Art categories below. Be sure to select the right number of sessions upon booking.

1. Indian Folk Art Paintings
Come and explore the artist within you with traditional Indian art. Book 2 sessions to learn 1 style or 6 sessions to learn 3 styles. You will be able to choose from these Indian folk art forms:

  • Madhubani Painting
  • Gond Art
  • Warli Painting
  • Kerala Mural Paintings
  • Kalamkari
  • Phad Painting

2. Mandala, Zentangle & Dot Painting
This art also serves as a therapeutic exercise to bring happiness, relaxation, healing, and stress reduction while also developing a new favorite hobby. Learn the technique of creating repetitive patterns to compose beautiful artwork. Book 2 sessions to learn 1 style or 6 sessions to learn all 3 styles. You will be able to choose from the different art forms below:

  • Zentangle - a form of ink drawing with structured, repetitive patterns creating beautiful images.
  • Mandala - a traditional form of art associated with meditation and spirituality from ancient times. It’s typically a circular form of drawing, which symbolizes wisdom while meditating.
  • Dot Painting - a style of Aboriginal art that makes extensive use of dots of colors and creates an absolutely beautiful work of art

Materials:

* Art materials will be provided for use in the class; students are recommended to bring art aprons

Validity Period:

All sessions are valid for 90 days upon booking

Gender:

Female only

Age Requirements:

6 and older

Additional Info:

* Boys and girls under the age of 10 can be accompanied by their moms during the sessions (boys can attend the session if they are 10 years or below)

Location:

At the Instructor's Home:
Gate 24, Yasmina
Al Raha
Abu Dhabi

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Each session takes 1.5 hours

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Each session takes 1.5 hours

After booking this class you will be contacted by the instructor to set your schedule as per your availability.

Instructor's working hours
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2:00PM
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7:00PM
2:00PM
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7:00PM
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Jess Macdonald
Fri, 16 Aug 2019, 12:35PM
"Minal was a great instructor; relaxed and friendly and we instantly felt at home. She is extremely talented and I can’t wait to try different styles of Indian folk. Very happy with my mandala! "
Dana Abulaban
Thu, 8 Aug 2019, 10:32AM
Review on the class: Persian Art: Relief Painting
"Relief painting is as an interesting form of art where you have to visualize and translate 2D objects into 3D expression. With Minal, I enjoyed having the freedom to explore and experiment with different ways of applying the paste. This class is a MUST for anyone who likes improvising with art, and gets their hands a bit messy :D "
Rachel Foulsham
Wed, 7 Aug 2019, 6:22PM
Review on the class: Acrylic Pouring Fluid Art Class
"I really enjoyed Minal's classes. I'm not usually a creative person so I thought I would find it hard, but I didn't. I felt comfortable with the techniques and enjoyed doing a new activity. "
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