Ramayana: Kalamkari painting by Sudheer
Ramayana is one of the two major epics of Hindu mythology. In this Painting, the space is carefully compartmentalised with each section narrating different scenes of an episode. One observes scenes of celebration and festivities when Rama and Sita got married. Men and women are singing and dancing (lower left and upper middle section); and a compilation of many such beautiful narratives.
Historically, Kalamkaris used to be known as Pattachitras, an art form still found in neighboring Odisha and other parts of India and Nepal. The term "Pattachitra" translates to "patta", meaning "cloth", with "chitra" meaning "picture".Paintings made on fabric and fabric scrolls are mentioned in ancient Hindu, Buddhist and Jain literature. Under medieval Islamic rule, the term Kalamkari was derived from the words "kalam", which means "pen" in Telugu, and "kari", which means craftmanship. This became popular under the patronage of the Golconda sultanate
Sudheer is the first generation Kalamkari Artist in his family. He has a degree in Bachelor of Fine Arts. He was awarded Andhra Pradesh State Award in 2007, Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Award in 2006, and Konaseema Chitrakala Parisad Award in 2009, for his excellent work in Kalamkari. He has also been a part of various art camps.
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- Kalamkari painting by artist Sudheer
- Painting on cloth using natural colours made by the artist
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