Dhan ki kheti: Warli Painting by Anil Wangad


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Size : Large
Dimensions : H-40 W-55 inches
Medium : Natural Colors on Cloth

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Renowned artist Anil Wangad's 'Dhan Ki Khetee' transports the viewers into the mesmerizing world of Warli painting, where the ancient art form comes alive with a vibrant tale of farming, nature, and tradition. This piece captures the essence of rice cultivation with farmers, flora, and fauna harmoniously coexisting in a serene farm field. Wangad's skilled use of earthy hues and geometric patterns, typical of Warli art, infuses life into this narrative. The rhythmic motifs narrate the symbiotic relationship between humans and nature, a core theme in Warli art. This artwork is a visual symphony of culture, heritage, and sustainability, inviting admirers to connect with the timeless wisdom of rural India. Wangad's art beautifully narrates the profound connection between humans, nature, and the age-old craft of farming, preserving the cultural legacy of the Warli tribe.


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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


Warli art is a traditional Indian art form reflecting the rich cultural heritage of the Warli tribe in Maharashtra. This ancient tribal art is known for its simple and narrative style executed through geometrical and monochromatic designs. The culture is centered on the elements of nature including wildlife and farming which are often the focal points in Warli paintings. Tradition and Legend Warli art, like many other traditional art forms, is deeply rooted in the traditions and cultural practices of the Warli tribe. This art, conventionally was a communal activity, where women, adults alongside children would participate to draw on the walls and floors of their huts during special occasions like harvests, weddings, and funerals. Mostly, it is a significant means of storytelling, capturing scenes from daily life, rituals, and nature. However, the underlying theme in most Warli paintings is the tribe’s relationship with the land and nature. Warli art is not only an artistic expression but also a repository of tribal beliefs and myths. The Warli tribe worships several deities, specifically a mother goddess, Hirwe, who represents fertility and the earth's abundance. Various symbols in Warli art represent different aspects of their belief system: the spiral shape symbolizes life cycles, while the circle represents the sun and moon, and stands as a symbol of the eternal cycle of life and nature.  Technique  Warli art is characterized by its simple, monochromatic style. Traditionally, artists create paintings on mud or brick walls, using a base of cow dung and mud as a canvas. The images are drawn using twigs or bamboo sticks with white pigment, typically rice flour mixed with water and gum as a binder. The Warli art uses basic geometrical vocabulary like stick figures, triangles, circles, and simple shapes to represent humans, animals, trees, and other elements of nature.  Mostly, scenes portraying hunting, farming, festivals, dances, trees, and animals surround the central motif in these paintings. Jivya Soma Mashe was the artist from Thane, Maharashtra who popularized this artform. However, some of the notable artists practicing this ancient art are Dilip Bahotha, and Anil Wangad, amongst others. 



Product Details

Title
Dhan ki kheti: Warli Painting by Anil Wangad
Artist
Anil Wangad
Art Style
Warli
Medium
Natural Colors
Size
Large
Dimension
40 in(H) X 55 in(W)
Themes
Folk Art
Color
Maroon, White
Country of Origin
Maharashtra, India

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