Recipient of the Trophy Award by the Art Insight Academy, Delhi.
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Unlock your creativity and paint your belief on the canvas with the course, Learn Tanjore 3D Painting Online by artist Nivedita Sharma. Crafted with diligent care, a Tanjore painting is a true reflection of the rich heritage of this South Indian art form. Students will get an opportunity to learn how to create the Emboss (or the elevated surface) to give the painting a 3D effect. The painting deploys vibrant colors and 22-carat gold foils to enhance the appearance of the embossed surface. By the end of the course, you will learn to give magical colors to your thoughts and create magnificent art pieces under the guidance of the highly skilled Nivedita Sharma.
MFA/BFA from Chandigarh University
B. Ed from Maharshi Dayanand University
B.Sc from Bhagalpur University
diploma in madhubani art from Kalakriti
Assistant Teacher - Ojas Public School
Art Instructor - Kendriya Vidyalaya
Incharge/Art Instructor of JBT And NTT - Mount Abu Public School
Giving form to a Tanjore painting is a very unique and exciting process in itself. The gesso style is created on canvas using limestone and binding material. The embossed surface is then foiled with gold leaf.
The course Learn Tanjore 3D Painting by Nivedita Sharma is carefully designed so that students pick up the intricate art form with ease. The topics covered in the course are:
Nivedita Sharma is a Fine Art professional with an impressive experience of 18 years. She is skilled in various art forms like Folk Art, Sculpting, Calligraphy, Charcoal/Pencil art, Epoxy, and Mixed Media.
Nivedita Sharma has been awarded the Trophy Award by the Art Insight Academy, Delhi. She has participated in several national and global art competitions. She believes in practicing self-expression to encourage students to be creative enough to deliver unique artworks.
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