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Public Voting : Young Indian Folk Artist 2021

Public Voting: Young Indian Folk Artist 2021, International Children’s Art Competition   Many thanks to all the Children and parents supporting “Young Indian Folk Artist, 2021”. This is an international competition for children to showcase Indian Folk Art to the world and help revive this beautiful Indian culture and heritage. Very pleased to see so many children and their families […]
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Tanjore paintings near me

Tanjore paintings near me Tanjore paintings near me are searched every day, I have browsed different websites, it’s like hopping from one showroom to another, but with a click of a button and less than a minute, at the comfort of your home. You can understand the detail of every painting, I could just sit and look as long as […]
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Rediscovering Cheriyal Scroll Painting, A dying Indian Folk Art

Cheriyal Painting
Rediscovering Cheriyal Scroll Painting This blog has all the basic and important principles of painting like chamka or the medium, the number of colours to be used, preparation of medium, brush making etc. Basic Principles of scroll painting like Chamka This blog will help students and art lovers understanding the basics, origins and fundamentals of Cheriyal Myth and Facts on […]
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Launching International Indian Folk Art Gallery, Indian Operations

It takes great pleasure in announcing the official launch of the International Indian Folk Art Gallery for Indian Operations, based out of Chennai, India. Mrs Samundeeswari Venkatachalapahy, as the CEO, will head the Indian operations. India is a host to over 50 traditional folk arts, these folk art have been passed on from generations to generations. However, except a handful, […]
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Mrs. Samundeeswari Venkatachalapathy

Mrs. Samundeeswari Venkatachalapathy. Art is an integral part of my life. In school years it was performing arts, Bharatanatyam later it was Veena and Carnatic vocal. My father worked as Joint Director in Department of Agriculture. We lived in several small towns and villages across Tamil Nadu. This gave me an opportunity to observe the customs of the community and […]
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2021 International Children’s Art Competition

Young Indian Folk Artist 2021 Young Indian Folk Artist 2021 is an “online” international children’s art competition and online exhibition for all budding young artists, presented by International Indian Folk Art Gallery (IIFAG) Australia and India. IIFAG Australia is in pursuit of hidden gems to revive Indian Folk Art and artists around the world. A$4000, TOTAL PRIZE MONEY* Enrolment for […]
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Meet Mr. Santosh Kumar Yashswi, locals call him Madhubani Artist!

Mr Santosh lives in Patna, Bihar, the North-Eastern part of India. Bihar is the heart of Madhubani Paintings. The locals call Santosh, “Madhubani artist”. He says “I am very happy to hear that. It’s a little childish though” His father’s name was Mr Jamuna Prasad, who served as a draftsman in the local government. One day, when Santosh was a […]
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