Illustrated Artworks Inspired by Embroideries and Textile Exhibition | Whistling Woods International

Illustrated Artworks Inspired by Embroideries and Textile Exhibition | Whistling Woods International



I have taken inspiration from the Mughal era and I have taken paisley as my main motive so the kind of work that is this is a dough see embroidery which is normally done with golden threads and golden Zuri's and katanas and I have even ruined the samples of the kundan said that we'll go with the same sorry we had this workshop conducted by the Anna schwer sir in which we had to make an art piece which was inspired from a state so in this I chose Kashmiri embroidery and I chose vibrant colors that inspires Kashmir or the silver Jung Julie is very famous in Kashmir so I chose that as my inspiration the workshop was all about the embroidery and historical motives and patterns you're supposed to take a sari and create a border the class was really very interesting and quite helpful it give us like a new way to look at the embroidery where we can actually use in a sari and there we did the jewelry this is the brooch and that's the tongan which they used to wear with the attire my inspiration was from the area and go to 40 that is from Rajasthan and I learned a lot during the workshop we use top powder and to create the embossment on the canvas

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