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Radha Madhavan – Kerala Mural Painting (24″ x 36″) $ 385.00

Artist – Mrs. Heera Nair

Kerala mural paintings are the frescos depicting Hindu mythology and legends, which are drawn on the walls of temples and churches in South India, principally in Kerala. Ancient temples and palaces in Kerala (South India), display an abounding tradition of mural paintings mostly dating back between the 9th to 12th centuries CE when this form of art enjoyed royal patronage.

The scriptural basis of these paintings can be found in the Sanskrit texts, ‘Chithrasoothram – (Chitrasutra is a part of the Vishnu Dharmottara Purana, a book written in Sanskrit about 1500 years ago)

Artist Heera Nair captures Radha and Madhavan (Sri Krishna) beautifully here in one of her finest creations.

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International Children’s Art Competition, (Mar – Apr 2021)

Is your child a gifted Artist?

International Indian Folk Art Gallery (IIFAG) Australia Is In Pursuit Of Hidden Gems To Revive Indian Folk Art And Artists Around The World.
Young Indian Folk Artist 2021 Is An International Art Competition And Online Exhibition For All Budding Young Folk Artists, Presented By IIFAG Australia.

A$4000, Total Prize Money*

*IIFAG Is Inviting Children Between The Age Of 9 To 15 Years To Participate In Ten Categories Of Indian Folk Arts.
One Winner Will Be Selected From Each Of These Categories. Each Winner Will Receive A $400 Cash Prize, Along With Certificate Of Recognition.

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India is a beautiful land that portrayed cultural and traditional vibrancy through its conventional arts and crafts for over 3000 years. The 35 states and union territories across the country have their own distinct cultural and traditional identities and are displayed through various forms of art prevalent there.

Every region in India has its own style and pattern of art, which is known as Folk Art. There are over 40 Folk Arts in India, they are very ethnic and simple, and yet colourful and vibrant enough to speak volumes about the country’s rich heritage. Many are on the verge of extinction.

I, along with family and friends have decided to make a difference. This is the start of our journey to revive Indian Folk Art and Artists and pass it on to the next generation.

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