The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi, is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over India. They chant ‘Ganapati Bappa Morya’ for 10 days! As this special day was near, We got #PACed in Streets, Pots and Lord Ganesha | PAC 63 a session dedicated to lord Ganesha in Pottery town- the famous street of Bangalore where lots of sculptures made during this festival season!
Along with Photo Walk and Talk members, We a bunch of drawers gathered in Pottery town where a a street full of Lord Ganesh statues were kept! And with the guidance of our mentors Mr Ashok and Mr Suresha we started to draw types of Ganesh on our paper/canvas!
With the line drawings with pencils to watercolors on papers, there we found different styles of drawers with free hand drawing and pen and ink artists among us! As per our time table, we had Chai chats in Streets, Pots and Lord Ganesha | PAC 63 session.
Basically , The practice of drawing and of sculpture is intimately linked in the practice of the artists! Throughout the Renaissance, sculptors adopted drawing as a preparatory or auxiliary practice.
In our Streets, Pots and Lord Ganesha | PAC 63 session Our mentors were giving valuable tips on drawing the figure/object/sculpture drawing!
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#ColoringIndia thanking to all fine arts aspirants who has joined us on this streets, pots and lord Ganesha | PAC63 Sunday to our wings #PencilAndChai & #PhotoWalkAndTalk, Thanks for your support and see you on next sessions.
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