Get acquainted with Fresco Painting (Arayash) with Bhawani Shankar Sharma
What you’ll do
- Book personalized Live Experience with Bhawani Shankar Sharma.
- Curation of the session based on the questions asked to the customer.
- See yourself through the eyes of an artist or simply observe the genius at work.
- Understand the Mural painting called Fresco Painting (Arayash).
- Live demonstration of what goes into this elaborate process.
- Learn different materials, techniques, and the importance of layers in Fresco Painting (Arayash).
- How the painting is executed upon freshly-laid or wet lime plaster.
- How water is used for introducing coloured pigment that then becomes forever a part of the wall.
- Get your hands in the colours and make a masterpiece with the pioneer.
- Artist also briefs you about from where you can procure the material and tools for the art form.
- Maximum 4 people can book an experience. In case if you are more in number than you can drop an email to us on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Rajasthan Studio Team Member would be there to help you.
About the Artist
Winner of Rajasthan Lalit Kala Akademi for over five times, Bhawani Shankar Sharma’s work has not only been exhibited throughout India in several galleries and shows but also been presented in several international Exhibitions. Bhawani is a visiting faculty and member of many academic bodies of art in Rajasthan and other Indian states.
All India Rajasthan Lalit Kala Akademi Award – 1995
Rajasthan Lalit Kala Akademi Award – 1981, 1979, 1975, 1971 and 1965
Progressive Artist Group Award – 1979
Bhawani Shankar Sharma has a studio that displays his art form in the best way. Designed by himself, it is artistic and elegant, with sculptures, paintings, tools, and antiques. The location is easily accessible and close to places of interest. It is perfect for foreign and Indian travellers, artists, art enthusiasts, students, designers, etc.
About Fresco Painting (Arayash)
Traces of wall paintings are found on Shekhawati structures erected by Muslim Nawabs, Rajputs and Banias dating back to the 17th century. The wall painting of Ajanta, Bagh and Cochin are some examples of the same.
Scenes depicted cover 10 broad themes—decorative designs, daily life, religion, raga mala, folk mythology, historical events or personalities, flora and fauna, erotica, maps or places, and the British and their contraptions.
Up to 4 people
Painting material, tea and food