When two art forms combine, they surely create magic and come out as something that can leave the viewer awestruck. What if two ancient folk art forms combine? Well, it will bring with it a blend of two different cultural values and the relaxing experience would definitely be beyond words. This is what happens when we combine Pichwai and Mandala art forms; the two different perspectives together can be adapted to form a new and unique vision of its own.
To bring the magic of fusion arts in a more interesting manner to the Circle family, TCC curated an extraordinary session filled with fun and learning with expert artist Pooja Mittal.
About The Artist
Pooja Mittal is an expert Mandala artist who resides in Kolkata. Apart from Mandala, she has mastered other art forms like Pichwai, Madhubani, and some other folk arts. In the grievous and hard times of the Covid-19 lockdown, she got a chance to reinvent her skills and experiment with the art of fusion. She has been practising the fusion art form for approximately one year. For Pooja, art is the window through which one can look at the outside world but with their own choice of colours.
The Workshop Began
The workshop began with a brief introduction to Pooja Mittal and her experiences with art. Pooja then expressed her heartfelt gratitude towards the attendees and the hosts of the session. She started demonstrating and making the art from scratch. Pooja explained each and every step involved in a detailed manner and the attendees were engrossed and indulged in the workshop. As the session came towards its end, we got to witness the gleeful and satisfied faces of the attendees.
Towards The End Of The Workshop
As the workshop progressed towards completion, the participants were able to create their own art pieces that they presented to Pooja for feedback. She found each of them very beautiful and full of effort.
The attendees were very delighted after being a part of the wonderful workshop and expressed their heartfelt gratitude towards Pooja and TCC.
The attendees were from different parts of the country and belonged to various age groups, but were united by their passion and enthusiasm for art that led them to a single platform. TCC, as always, was able to bring artists from all over the country together and celebrate the passion for art.
On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!