Dimensions : H-24(in); W-16(in)
Medium : Natural Colors on Canvas
Talented artist Sai Kiran’s captivating artwork transports its viewers to the heart of a rustic village, where life unfolds in vibrant hues and intricate patterns. Kiran's artistry breathes life into every detail, from the sun-kissed thatched roofs to the lively villagers engrossed in daily chores. This ancient Telugu art form tells stories with colors, utilizing a rich palette that not only pleases the eye but also conveys emotions. The color theory, with its bold contrasts and harmonious blends, mirrors the vivid spectrum of rural existence. Every motif, meticulously handcrafted, narrates tales of tradition, culture, and community bonds. In Kiran's Cheriyal Scroll Painting, you're not merely a spectator; you're a participant in the timeless saga of rural life, where art meets heritage, and vibrant strokes paint a vivid narrative.
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