Wild Lines | Textile Art Drawings

February 28, 2015

To create art – one must have great imagination & visualisation skills.

To create a visual that is wildly different from everything else that existed earlier using basic lines is probably impossible today.

But here are some B&W renditions that show just the line drawing of these works.

Had I put my pencil to paper – would I have in a million attempts come up with anything close to this?

These are absolutely unique and complex and wild!

OLD KACHI RABARI TEXTILE

OLD KACHI RABARI TRIBAL TEXTILE OLD KACHI RABARI TEXTILE OLD KACHI RABARI TEXTILE

OLD KACHI RABARI TEXTILE CHAKLA OR CHAKDA

What herbs must she have been consuming in order to get to this point of creativity!

[These are all artworks from the Kaachi sub-group of Rabari tribals of Kutch Gujarat]

jm

Feb 2015

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