Artists bond over painting kettles at ‘Colourful Chai’ by Lalitya Foundation


Nation Next Newsroom | Jun 16, 2018 17:11

Organisers light the lamp to start the two-day Kettle Painting Workshop – Colourful Chai – at Pritamlal Dua Art Gallery in Indore.

Fine arts students, budding artists and hobbyists are having a gala time as they have gathered under one roof for a free two-day Kettle Painting Workshop (June 16 and June 17) called ‘Colourful Chai’ organised by Lalitya Foundation at Pritamlal Dua Art Gallery in Indore. The workshop has been organised in association with P for Painting and State Bank of India having Nation Next as the online media partner. Speaking about his foundation, Prasad Pimprikar, says, “Inspired by art and driven by society is the vision statement of Lalitya Foundation.”

Artists at the two-day Kettle Painting Workshop – Colourful Chai – at Pritamlal Dua Art Gallery in Indore.

At the workshop, artists have been provided with art material and kettles along with demonstrations and guidance by senior artist and Lalitya Foundation co-ordinator Falguni Chaitanya, who is in-charge of educating the budding artists with various kettle painting techniques. Falguni says, “We are getting to see some good quality work, which will help us improve our techniques. Kettles made at this workshop shall be sold or auctioned to share the returns with the marginal sections.”

Artists pose with painted kettles at the two-day Kettle Painting Workshop – Colourful Chai – at Pritamlal Dua Art Gallery in Indore.

Speaking about her experience at the workshop, Neha Sahu, says, “It’s the hospitality of the organisers and my passion for art that brings me here every year.” Ekta Jain, a young student of arts, also finds the exposure at the workshop very enriching.