Pune: Artistic tigers being painted within the environs of a vibrant crafts bazaar in Pune are adding to a new kind of artistic energy and collaboration between multiple styles of art.
Five carved wooden tigers from Kinnal in Karnataka, and five fibre glass tigers designed by artist Indranil Garai are being given distinct personalities by five contemporary artists from Pune ( Raju Sutar, Falguni Gokhale, Vaishali Oak, Jayant Joshi and Ramachandra Karatmal) and five traditional artists Apindra Swain from Odisha, Dwarka Prasad Jangid from Rajasthan, Remant Mishra from Bihar and Rajesh Roy and Khadu Chitrakar from West Bengal.
The project has been sponsored by the Parijat Foundation, KPIT, Ghatge Patil Industries Ltd.
Watch a fabulous artistic tiger being created before your eyes over a period of 8 days and buy the one you like. A visual treat for those who love energy,synergy and art. The works will be ready by 5th December. The last day of the Dastkari Haat crafts bazaar is 6th December.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Sign me up for the newsletter!
Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
Notify me of new posts by email.
Animal Adoption and Rescue Team, Pune to organize an adoption camp on September 22
MFIN and Sa-Dhan collaborate to launch ‘Code for Responsible Lending’ for microfinance industry
Novotel Pune brings to you the Tapas Food Festival this September!
Flipkart’s 2GUD and MINISO India announce strategic partnership ahead of the festive season
Amazon Announces Great Indian Festival
2014 The Global Indian New Network (TGINN)