Explore The Stunning Modern Art and Mythology Series With Trishna Patnaik

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Explore The Stunning Modern Art and Mythology Series With Trishna Patnaik

Modern Art and Mythology Series

Radha Krishna painting

Art that is meditative represents the balance between the spirit and the body. Similarly, in the bhakti (devotional) movement of Vaishnavism, Radha is often understood as representing the human soul, while Krishna represents God.

Participate in the Meditative Art Series that exemplifies Radha Krishna Art. In this session, we will apply a Modern Art perspective to the God forms.Using acrylic paints on cartridge sheets, you will construct your own rendition of a Radha Krishna painting.Take Away One Artwork: A3 size

Shiva Painting

Shiva has numerous facets, both benign and malevolent. In his beneficent sides, he is portrayed as an all-knowing Yogi who lives a monastic life on Mount Kailash, as well as a householder with his wife Parvati and three children, Ganesha, Kartikeya, and Ashokasundari.In his ferocious forms, he is often represented as killing demons.

Art that is meditative represents the balance between the spirit and the body. As Adiyogi Shiva, Shiva is revered as the patron deity of yoga, meditation, and the arts.

Participate in the Meditative Art Series that exemplifies Shiva Art. In this course, we will apply a Modern Art approach to the God figure.You will use acrylic paints on cartridge paper to create your own rendition of a Shiva painting.

Take Away One Artwork: A3 size

Buddha Painting

 

Buddhahood is the condition of an enlightened person who, having discovered the road to the cessation of dukkha ("suffering," as a result of attachment to cravings and distorted perception and thought), is in the state of "No-More-Learning."All versions of Buddhism commemorate the birth, enlightenment, and passing into nirvana of the Buddha Gautama.Participate in the Meditative Art Series, which exemplifies Buddha Art. In this course, we will apply a Modern Art approach to the God figure.You will use acrylic paints on cartridge paper to create your own rendition of a Buddha painting.

 

Take Away one painting of size A3

Ganpati Painting

Ganesha is a well recognised character in Indian art. Unlike those of other deities, Ganesha's depictions exhibit considerable variance and unique patterns that evolve through time. He may be seen standing, dancing, battling demons valiantly, playing with his family as a child, seated on an elevated seat, or indulging in a variety of current activities.In Hindu mythology, he is identified as the son of Parvati and Shiva of the Shaivism school, although he is a pan-Hindu deity present in all of the religion's lineages. In Hinduism's Ganapatya doctrine, Ganesha is the Supreme Being.Participate in the Meditative Art Series, which exemplifies Ganesha Art. In this course, we will apply a Modern Art approach to the God figure.Using acrylic paints on cartridge sheets, you will construct your own rendition of a Ganesha painting.

Take away one painting of size A3


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