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The Myth of Professional Art Classes

Nowadays we find many art centers or art schools opening up in every nook and corner of our neighborhood, promising to unleash our creativity and artistic abilities with their professional art classes. But how far do they succeed in proving what they say??

Generally, these classes take in all age groups and give hopes to many art aspirants and hobby artists, for providing quality professional art classes with high-end facilities. They blend various tools and techniques used for art, often highlighted in their coursework. Yet, they somehow underperform, fail to meet our expectations and miss out on “professionalism” while teaching professional arts.

Also, few of these classes focus only on improving the motor skills and hand to eye coordination, by only focussing on creating images or paintings of already existing drawings, paintings or objects. They fail to nourish their creativity and their talent by only letting them do what’s already present and not go far with their observational skills, which is in-turn demoting their imaginative skills.

Professional art classes / professional art courses delve into different art forms, ranging from traditional to modern art. These courses, taught from the scratch must help a person develop artistic images, both out of his observational skills, as well as his imaginative skills.

Professional art classes at Pencil And Chai, go about in an academic way of approach, where the courses taught here provide in-depth knowledge and application skills for producing any artwork, like the best art schools would teach.

The types of art forms concentrated in-depth are

Applied Arts:
Applied arts is essential to design objects to make them seem beautiful. It is most important in the fields of fashion design, interior decor, and design, architecture to name a few.

Traditional Arts:
Traditional arts encompassing all art forms from the north to south taught from the scratch to the students with a great emphasis on preserving our culture and history. Madhubani, Gond art, Warli, Kalamkari, Kerala murals etc. and other rare or existing art forms are included in our coursework.

Realistic Art:
This is a type of art form where the person or an artists attempts to picture any subject in a truly realistic way without artificially enhancing them and without any touch of supernaturalism.

Modern art:
Modern art deals with experimentation of art forms with new ideas and perspectives that were a deviation from the traditional arts. Abstract art, pop art, cubism, and futurism etc. are few forms.

Apart from the given topics, we also go an extra mile and teach topics that aren’t mentioned in the curriculum for better understanding and to increase the creativity of individuals.

Pencil And Chai Fine Arts Gurukul teach for aspirants or hobby artists who would like to have some professionalism in their artwork. Also, every person has his own creativity and imagination. So we try to bring their interests in the best way possible by providing a curated and formatted professional art classes / professional art courses suited to their needs.

Thus, hobby artists as well as professional artists, are equally benefited from our fine arts education program.

Our mentor and veteran artist, Sir Milind Mulick has said:

Coloring India Foundation has come up with such a brilliant platform such that it bridges the gap between the hobby artists and the professional artists thus allowing them to get an insight into the tools, skills, and techniques for producing an art form.”

This way we help connecting your fine arts and creative dots and define professionalism at its best.


So what would be your definition of professional art?  Check out our free sessions for more help.


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