Tree of life: Warli painting by Anil Wangad


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Dimensions : H-34 W-26 inches
Medium : Natural Colors on Cloth

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Renowned artist Anil Wangad's Warli artwork, bathed in earthy brown and white tones, encapsulates the timeless essence of rural India. This traditional Warli painting tells the story of daily life under the majestic Tree of Life, where people engage in their routines with a touch of spiritual significance. The intricate detailing in Wangad's work showcases the Warli tribe's unique art form, passed down through generations. The minimalist color palette harmonizes with the motifs of circles and triangles, representing unity and the cycle of life. Wangad's art invites the viewers to explore the simplicity and profundity of everyday existence in the heart of nature, in a mesmerizing blend of tradition and symbolism.


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Artist

Anil

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Jump into the vibrant world of Anil Vangad, a seasoned artist with 17 years of colorful creativity under his belt. He's not your typical artist; he's an explorer, delving into realms as diverse as Gods, Goddesses, weddings, and the mesmerizing Warli tarpa dance. What makes his art even more captivating is that it carries the heart and soul of a culture without a written alphabet; it's a visual tapestry woven through generations. Anil's artistic journey began under the guidance of his equally talented mother, a true artistic legacy. And when it comes to materials, he's a mixmaster, blending traditional elements like gerue, rice paste, charcoal, and cow dung with modern paints and dyes. But Anil Vangad isn't just about painting; he's deeply rooted in the land as a farmer, echoing the traditional profession of the Warlis. His vision? To take Warli art to the next level with boundless enthusiasm and an artist's soul that knows no bounds. Join him on this colorful adventure where tradition meets innovation, and art is more than just a canvas; it's a way of life.



Warli


  "THE GRAPHIC VILLAGEPainted tales of the Warli tribe As the bamboo brush dipped in white rice paste paint touches the wall, the form of a square takes shape. Palghat- The Mother Goddess symbolising fertility- rests within the square devchauk adorned as a temple in the middle of the painted village. Around the Chauk the people of the village start gathering to carry out their daily activities- women taking care of children, cleaning their homes, and churning butter, the men toil away in the fields, hunt, and spread nets to catch fish, and the children and animals play in the fields. Each figure of triangles and circles dance to the rhythm of everyday life, joining hands together to come into a spiral dance celebrating life! The Warli painting is a ritualistic art of the Warli tribe of northern Maharashtra, India. Made for special occassions of weddings and harvest, the artform is said to date nearly 2500 years back. The traditional wall paintings depict no mythological themes, but scenes of everyday life. The circle and triangle come from the tribe’s observation of nature, the circle representing the sun and the moon, the triangle derived from mountains and pointed trees. Only the square seems to obey a different logic and seems to be a human invention, indicating a sacred enclosure or a piece of land. Today, while the artform has become widely popular on cloth and paper, they look best on the walls or in the form of huge murals that bring out the vast and magical world of the Warlis. For the Warlis, tradition is still adhered to but at the same time new ideas have been allowed to seep in which helps them depict their understanding of the ever-changing world around them." You can get to know more warli art here. 



Product Details

Title
Tree of life: Warli painting by Anil Wangad
Vendor
Anil Wangad
Art Style
Warli
Medium
Natural Colors
Size
Medium
Dimension
34 in(H) X 26 in(W)
Themes
Folk Art
Color
Maroon, White
Country of Origin
Maharashtra, India
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