The Art of Warli by Vaishali Mohite
The exhibition was developed by the North Dakota Council on the Arts to be used in concert with the Art for Life Program. A collaborative activity plan brings the general public, elders, children and animal together in creating “Warli” art projects. A portion of this exhibit will be on display at Ave Maria Village.
The exhibit consist of 28 art pieces, photographs of the artist and interactive painting experience.
“Warli” is a folk painting style that takes its name from the largest tribe in the Maharashtra region of Western India. For generations, the “Warli” people, living near Mumbai have covered the mud walls of their homes with the natural red paint. These painting served as a visual narrative of daily life events and usually depict people and animals in a combination of geometric designs.
A “Warli” painting example is the red painting in the background.
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Event Start Date: 05/09/2019 Event End Date: 06/15/2019
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