Material : Cotton cloth, glass cover, wooden frame and threads
Dimension : 27"x27"x1"
Warli painting is a form of tribal art mostly created by the tribal people from the North Sahyadri Range in Maharashtra, India. The word 'Warli' is derived from Warla, meaning â€œpiece of land" or â€œfield". They are narrative paintings, and the themes portray the social lifestyle and day-to-day activities on mud walls with white paste by the villagers to adorn their walls and make their home beautiful. Conceptual art piece with burst of colors merged the tribal art through the form of hand embroidery Available : Single piece
Country of Origin - India
ABOUT Sriya Decor
Sriya has been conceptualized in Gujarat, land of handicrafts, which are an integral part of the lives of people. Embroideries amongst the art and craft section of Gujarat stand apart. There are various types of embroidery like 'Patola', 'Rabari', 'Mutwa', and 'soof' etc. An honest effort to preserve ancient arts and crafts and make it a part of out lives. A hand embroidered work is more artistic and personal, making it the ideal way to create a special heirloom or a source of pride for the person who owns it. The process requires an investment of time and heart to include the details that ... Read More