Art etc.... is a staunch supporter of indigenous art that comes directly by using raw material sourced from natural resources like vegetables, stone, clay, wood, fibre and using traditional skills of the regions.

Terracotta
Vegetable dyed block prints
Miniature paintings
Hand painted blue pottery
Hand woven durries

Fantastic award winning artists and skilled crafts people are scattered all over our country and all we at Art etc.... are doing is bringing their work to you directly.

Being originally Indian

terracotta

Award winning terracotta artist kailash prajapati lives in a small village near jaipur and works magic on clay with his hands.

His simple carefree existence is far removed from the commercial world.

From sculpting rajasthani faces in clay to intricately designed pots and animal forms kailash is adept with his fingers and his radiant smile conveys his happiness as he puts the finishing touches to his clay sculptures.

 

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miniature paintings

Mohan prajapati is a Shilpa Guru awardee and has been painting miniatures right from his childhood. Creating paintings with fine brush strokes and training the next generation to carry forward this exquisite art is his passion and he lives in small town of Rajasthan, keeping away from the lure of the big city.

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block prints

Ram Narain Solanki and his family members have been creating intricate designs on fabric using handcrafted wooden blocks for over 40 years.

Battling stiff competition from chemical dyed..

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leather dairies

blue pottery

The blue pottery artists of Jaipur are known for their fine traditional paintings and precise glazing in controlled temperatures to achieve the perfect Persian blues and yellows.

Now they have begun to add a few other shades like green and a lighter blue too their glazes.

 

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durries

Women from the rural regions of Rajasthan have been trained by Dinesh Jain to weave geometric patterns and soft weaves to create beautiful durries and carpets in cotton, wool jute and other fibres. Durrie weaving requires precise calculations of colored threads..

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