An introduction session from the Art master and a presentation on his artwork. This will be followed by an interaction with the participants where they can share their thoughts and experiences in artwork if any. The workshop will include the following, 1. Basic introduction about the material to be used during the session. 2. How to make a simple sketch on paper and canvas. 3. How and where to start off with. 4. How and what are the colors to be used. 5. How to make a foundation layer with paint. 6. How to work layer by layers. 7. How to give the final finishing details.
What to bring?
All the materials required for the workshop will be provided by us. Please make sure that you wear clothing that you might not mind getting paint on.
About the Art Master
“The realm of art in unrestricted, undefined and infinite… I just thrive to be a productive contributor in this endless world of artistry.”- Madhu Kuruva
In the last decade of his career as a professional painter, Mr. Madhu Kuruva has been successful in creating a base of collectors and art connoisseurs who have been following his progress and work, which encourages him to excel in what he was doing and bring the best piece of art for people who love it.
He has conducted various exhibitions of oil color paintings, watercolor paintings in Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, New Delhi, Bhopal, Maharashtra and foreign countries like U.S.A, Indonesia, etc.
About Van Gogh
Vincent Van Gogh (born 1853, died 1890) is probably one of the most well-known and influential artists of the 19th century. The son of a Dutch pastor, the young Van Gogh worked for picture dealers along with his brother Theo. He also taught in two English schools and in his twenties, became a missionary in the coal-mining district of the Barniage in Belgium, where he lived among the miners and shared their hardships.
During his life, Van Gogh lived in various locations including Brussels, The Hague, Antwerp and Drenthe and in his travels, taught himself to draw and paint, in addition to taking the occasional art lesson. He moved to Paris at age 33 to live with his brother Theo (who was working in a gallery), and it was there that he came into contact with the work of the Impressionists.
Where before his work was dark in color with heavy forms and subject matter depicting peasants at work in the fields, in Paris, Van Gogh’s paintings began to take on a somewhat Impressionistic feel. Flowers, portraits, self-portraits and images of Paris appeared in his work. He went to Arles (later joined by fellow artist Paul Gauguin) at the age of 35 and upon arriving painted landscapes and portraits full of vivid colors and passionate feelings. In the years following 1888, he spent time in an insane asylum and eventually – at the age of 37 – took his own life. It was during the months approaching his death that Van Gogh created some of the most vibrant, expressive paintings known to man. In all, he produced an enormous volume of work – much of which was left in the care of his brother Theo’s son.
Who can participate?
Anyone who is passionate about art.
What is the age limit?
Participants should be above 15 years of age.
What will I learn?
You will learn about the Van Gogh style of art and painting, including brushstroke techniques, mixing colors and working with acrylic paints. At the end of the workshop, you will take your own Sunflowers painting, and receive a certification from Madhu art academy and Champs Fleur.
Who will teach the art?
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Refunds and Cancellations
Once you have purchased the ticket, we cannot cancel/refund the amount because we have all the materials purchased required per person already.