Reflective Fusion in Lippan by Nalemitha


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Size : Medium
Dimensions : H: 12 (in) by 12 (in)
Medium : Embroidery thread on MDF Board

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Nalemitha's lippan artwork is a testament to creativity and ingenuity, blending traditional embroidery with a quirky twist. At the heart of the piece lies an intricate embroidery in vibrant shades of maroon and orange, radiating warmth and vitality. The embroidery, meticulously crafted with skillful precision, features tiny mirrors interspersed among the threads, adding a playful sparkle to the design. Surrounding the central embroidery, cloth adorned with mirrors is carefully draped around the edges of a mud tile. Traditional patterns and delicate floral motifs adorn the cloth, arranged in a uniform manner to create a mesmerizing visual harmony. The mirrors, placed with meticulous attention to detail, reflect light in all directions, enhancing the overall luminosity of the artwork. The mud tile itself is a canvas of creativity, painted in earthy tones that complement the vibrancy of the central design. Traditional patterns are intricately etched into the mud, adding depth and texture to the piece. The uniform placement of mirrors on the mud tile creates a striking contrast against the rustic backdrop, adding a touch of modern flair to this traditional art form. Nalemitha's lippan artwork is not just a visual delight; it is a fusion of tradition and innovation, inspiring awe and admiration in equal measure. With its reflective surfaces and vibrant hues, this piece serves as a captivating symbol of creativity and cultural expression.


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Most products on our website are handmade from scratch by our master artists. That makes every product absolutely unique and the actual colour and overall look may vary only slightly from the product image posted here.



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Nalemitha ji (or Mitha bhai as he is addressed) from Kutch, Gujarat has been practicing this art for more than 20 years and has learnt from Mahmood bhai, who was responsible for bringing this artform as display pieces.In the past, it was done only on walls by the women of the Mutwa community.

 

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Lippan Kaam


Lippan Kaam/Mudwork from Kutch in Gujarat, was traditionally done by the women of the Mutwa Community who used to paint walls and doors on special occasions and festivals. Nalemitha ji from Kutch, Gujarat has been practicing this art for more than 20 years and has learnt from Mahmood bhai, who was responsible for bringing this artform forward to create paintings as display pieces from earlier being done only on walls by the women of the Mutwa community and has also transformed 45 embroidery designs to mudwork designs.



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