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Indian Miniature Painting: Flowers
Indian Miniature Painting: Flowers

Fri, 13 Sept



Indian Miniature Painting: Flowers

Three day workshops in Indian Miniature painting taught by Samantha Buckley

Time & Location

13 Sept 2024, 09:00 – 15 Sept 2024, 16:00

Lynton, Dean Steep, Lynton EX35, UK

About the event

These  3 day inspirational workshops, based in the idyllic location of Moor and Sea Holidays on Exmoor, will introduce students to the beautiful technique of Indian miniature painting.  Taking inspiration from the surrounding landscape and the Mughal art of capturing nature, students will have the opportunity to create their own unique painting.

The first step will be paper preparation, staining and burnishing.

Next is an introduction to pigments, how to prepare the Indian palette and paint with them, using the traditional technique of

colour flooding.

The final stage will be to create the fine detail, an integral part of this style. For this, students will use the technique known as Prataj, or invisible shading, with the unique squirrel brush found only in India.

During the 3 days their will also be an opportunity to explore the surrounding area for inspiration.

All materials, lunch each day and refreshments are included and there's a 20% discount for guests on the course for stays of three nights or more.


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