Radha- Krishna in Brindavan Kalamkari Painting by Siva Reddy


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Size : Medium
Dimensions : H: 23 inches | W: 31 inches
Medium : Natural Colors on Cloth

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Renowned artist Siva Reddy's Kalamkari Painting, "Eternal Embrace: Radha-Krishna in Brindavan," weaves a timeless tale of celestial love. This intricate piece delves into the essence of divine affection, uniting the Supreme (Paramatma) with the mortal soul (Jeevatma). In vibrant hues and intricate patterns, Radha and Krishna dance harmoniously amid the flora and fauna of Vrindavan. This ancient Indian art form, Kalamkari, tells stories through meticulously hand-drawn motifs and natural dyes. The vivid color palette symbolizes the passion of devotion, while the fine detailing echoes the eternal connection between deity and devotee. This artwork captivates, embodying the boundless love of Radha and Krishna in a visual symphony.


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K. Siva Prasad Reddy, a true luminary in the world of art, stands as a testament to the power of passion and dedication. An artistic virtuoso and celebrated craftsman, he has left an indelible mark with his exceptional hand-painted fabrics. But his impact reaches far beyond his own artistry.

Recognizing the importance of preserving the rich legacy of Kalamkari art, Siva Prasad Reddy took it upon himself to establish a Kalakshetram. Here, he imparts the priceless knowledge of this ancient art form to the younger generation, ensuring that it continues to flourish.

His creations have transcended boundaries, showcased at prestigious events like Hastha Kala fairs and artisan bazaars across the nation. However, it's not just his art that has garnered acclaim; it's his unwavering dedication to his craft and culture.

The accolades and awards that adorn his name tell a story of relentless commitment. From State Awards to UNESCO-CCI's Seal of Excellence, he has consistently pushed the boundaries of artistic achievement. His inclusion in the Limca Book of Records for an artwork featuring 1926 characters from the Mahabharata and Ramayana is a testament to his creativity.

 

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Kalamkari


Kalamkari is an Indian art form that involves painting or printing on fabric using natural dyes and intricate penwork. In fact, the name "Kalamkari" literally means ‘craftwork done with a pen’. It flourished during the Mughal period and later under the patronage of the Golconda and Coromandel (parts of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu) Sultanates in South India. The most prominent centres of Kalamkari today are Srikalahasti (Chittoor District) and Machilipatnam (Krishna District) in Andhra Pradesh. The traditional themes depicted in this art form are the episodes of Hindu mythological epics like Mahabharata and Ramayana. The depiction of deities like Ganesha, Rama, Krishna, and Arjuna and common occurrences. Additionally, the rounded face, long big eyes, and detailing of costume and jewelry are all important features of Kalamkari art. Tradition and Legend  One of the most fascinating aspects of Kalamkari is its deep-rooted connection to mythology and folklore. According to legend, this art form originated when Lord Krishna's divine consort, Radha, taught the art of Kalamkari to the women of the ancient village of Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh. Since then, Kalamkari has been passed down through generations, with each artisan adding their unique touch to the tradition. In addition, there is one more popular legend that says, Kalamkari was used to paint the image of Hanuman on the flag of Arjuna's chariot for the Kurukshetra war. Technique and Method  Kalamkari involves a meticulous process that begins with preparing the canvas, usually cotton or silk fabric. Artisans then outline the design using a bamboo or palm stick dipped in fermented jaggery and water solution, known as "kalam," which acts as a natural mordant. Once the outlines are drawn, the fabric is treated with natural dyes extracted from plants, roots, and minerals, such as indigo, madder, and myrobalam to fill in the intricate patterns. The entire process is intricate and time-consuming, requiring immense skill and precision. Harinath N, Sudheerji, and Siva Reddy are some of the master artists practicing the art of Kalamkari.    



Product Details

Title
Radha- Krishna in Brindavan Kalamkari Painting by Siva Reddy
Artist
Siva Reddy
Art Style
Kalamkari
Medium
Natural Colors
Size
Medium
Dimension
23 in(H) X 31 in(W)
Themes
Radha Krishna, Hindu, Mythology, Nature, Birds, Animals, Cows
Color
Red, Blue, Yellow, Brown, Green, White
Country of Origin
Andhra Pradesh , India

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