warli PAINTING. Presented by:- ZOYA RAUF K.V. NTPC ,BADARPUR DELHI. BEGINNING OF WARLI PAINTING. The warlis or an indigenous tribe living in mountain as well as coastal areas of Maharashtra and Gujarat.
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warli PAINTING Presented by:- ZOYA RAUF K.V. NTPC ,BADARPUR DELHI
BEGINNING OF WARLI PAINTING • The warlis or an indigenous tribe living in mountain as well as coastal areas of Maharashtra and Gujarat. • Warli Art is the vivid expression of daily and social events and is embellished on the walls of village houses. • The paintings depict the daily routine of the Warlis, with some of the fertility gods. • The characters in the Warli painting are usually dancing, with hands in hands in a circular manner. • The central motif in these ritual paintings is surrounded by scenes portraying hunting, fishing and farming, festivals and dances, trees and animals. • The themes are highly repetitive and symbolic.
Warli Paintings employ a very basic graphic vocabulary: a circle, a triangle and a square. The circle represents the sun and the moon, the triangle is derived from mountains and pointed trees and the square determines the sacred enclosure or a piece of land. • Human and animal bodies are represented by two triangles joined at the tip; the upper triangle depicts the trunk and the lower triangle the pelvis. Their precarious equilibrium symbolizes the balance of the universe, and of the couple, and has the practical and amusing advantage of animating the bodies. • The Warli art is an ingenious example of man-environment interaction. Of course, the painting has now moved on to paper and is put up on T Shirts, Dupattas, Saris, etc .
MATERIALS REQUIRED • SHEET (pastel or cartraidge) • COROGATE SHEET • Clay • Brushes • Pencil • Colour (white)
STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED • Take cartridge sheet or corogate sheet. • Prepare a surface with the help of diluted clay and brush. • Leave it for some time to get dry. • Prepare a layout of warli painting on sheet. • Draw warli art form on carogate sheet with white poster colour through the brush. • Ensure the board should be completely dry before the drawing. • Draw composition with the use of circle, square and triangle.
LEARNING OUTCOME • Children will get knowledge about folk art of India. • Children will paint without using pencil. • We can encourage to student to paint the school wall. It can be done in canvases, wall and paper etc. • Students will create a warli painting with the help of clay and carogated sheet. • Students will learn warli painting in simplest way.
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