Art in Mud – Village Scenes

January 13, 2017

This artwork by Dinesh Chandra Kumhar from Molela village was exhibited at the Serendipity Arts Festival 2016 Goa curated by the leading thinker in the world of Indian Art- Shri Jyotindet Jain.

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This reminds me of Sainchi Phulkari Textile Art from Punjab – the concept & theme is the same but the medium is different.

For many of us, the appeal lies as much in the life scenarios conveyed as in the actual art and craft!

Fortunately, most Asian countries straddle several eras at once – each era being lived by a different village or people group. So it is not impossible to travel across time …

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