A mural is any piece of artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling or other permanent surface. A distinguishing characteristic of mural painting is that the architectural elements of the given space are harmoniously incorporated into the picture.
A mural is a painted depiction created on a wall or ceiling. The earliest art murals were cave paintings. Wall paintings have been used to aid understanding for illiterate people. Depictions were painted on the walls of churches and engraved into stone or wood outside buildings. This tradition is still practiced today. Wall paintings have also been used to rally or inspire people in troubled times. In Mexico, paintings such aslos tres grandes, orthe three great ones, portray strong, industrious people to give everyone hope and to bring the populace together.
Mural is the traditional, which can be seen on the walls of temples. This abounding tradition of mural paintings is mostly dating back between the 9th to 12th centuries CE, when this form of art enjoyed Royal patronage. The murals palette consists of five colors (yellow, red, green, black and blue), so called Panchvarna art, previously prepared from mineral pigments and vegetables. This art form can be done on Canvas, Pots, Bamboo and Cloth etc.
In this four week course, you will learn –
– Compositions of the mural (elements such as face, features, ornaments etc.)
– Painting Techniques involved in mural (there’s quite a lot of techniques involve in mural)
– Apart from painting your own canvas, you will be able to view others painting different themes in mural.
– Advice on painting mural on other surfaces such as cloth, bamboo, pot etc.
– Hand-on experience of painting mural on a canvas of size 16 * 20 inches using acrylic color of your own choice.
– Life time advice and guidance (online) with artist.
MURALS - ART CARNIVAL- JAYANAGAR