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Kalamkari Paintings – An Ancient Indian Art Form

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Kalamkari paintings are a type of Indian folk art that involves painting and block printing on fabric. The word “kalamkari” comes from two Hindi words: “kalam,” meaning pen, and “Kari,” meaning work. Kalamkari paintings are usually done on cotton or silk fabrics using natural dyes. Kalamkari is a type of painting that originated in India […]

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Madhubani Painting: The Art of India

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Madhubani painting is a type of folk painting from the Mithila region of India. The name “Madhubani” comes from the two villages where the art form first developed: Madhu and Kundan. Madhubani paintings are characterized by their use of bright colors and intricate designs. The paintings are typically done on walls and floors using natural […]

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Celebrating varied facets of Krishna’s life on canvas

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Coinciding with the festival of Janmashtami, Noida’s Art Life Gallery has organised a group art exhibition of five artists. Titled as “Krishna Damodar”, the show has more than 20 works, all highlighting varied facets of Lord Krishna and his life. The participating artists are Kalyanmal Sahu, Manish Verma, Madhur Tyagi, H. Rehman and Babu. The […]

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Contemporary Art: The Art of Today

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Contemporary art is the art of today, produced since the the second half of the 20th century. Contemporary artists work in a globally influenced, culturally diverse, and technologically advancing world. Their art is a dynamic combination of materials, methods, concepts, and subjects that continue the challenging of boundaries that was already well underway in the […]

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Nari Tu Narayani (नारी तू नारायणी ) Women Artists’ Show to Celebrate Women’s Day Week

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Noida,The Art Life Gallery has unrolled an exclusive group art show “Naari tu Narayani” to celebrate women’s day week. There are eight women artists, namely, Anjali Mittal, Anjana Birla, Arun Prabha, Anita Goyal , Neelam Sachan, Sarojani Dutta, Shankari Kundu and Shikha Ojha, ,who are participating in the show to honour women artists. This show […]

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Spring Show/ Vasantotsav

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Noida, 20 February: The Art Life Gallery has today unrolled an exclusive group art show  “Vasantotsav” by six talented artists, Neelam Sachan, Shweta Nim, Debjani Dakshit, Sabia Khan, Dr. Chitra Singh and Vivek Singh. The show will be on for nine days from February 21 to March 02, 2021 and can be witnessed at theartlifegallery.com The show is based on […]

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Dreams in Daylight – Online Art Exhibition

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Noida, January2: The Art Life Gallery has today unrolled an exclusive group art show “Dreams in Daylight,” by three artists Arun Prabha, Nandini Srivastava and Rajshri Ranjeeta. The show, inaugurated by Vinay Vikram Singh, Founder, Chief Creative Officer, twinbrains  is showing online and offline as well. Art lovers can see the online show on theartlifegallery.com but if someone wants to view the paintings in […]

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About Kanchan Prakash

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Hi, I am Kanchan Prakash, I did my BFA from BHU and PG from NIFT Delhi, I love to create Folk Art, nature drawings and paintings, other than this, I do my designing work as a freelance designer for leather garments and goods industry. I have worked with the top 10 companies in the NCR. […]

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Experience and Paint Khovar And Sohrai Tribal Art from Jharkhand

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Experience and paint Khovar and Sohrai tribal art from Jharkhand Free demo and workshop for all age groups An opportunity to interact with celebrated tribal women artists Malo Devi and Putli Devi Date: 2nd & 4th March 2020 Time: 2pm to 5pm Venue: Art Life Gallery, C 97, Sec 44, Noida Carry your own art […]

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