Create Madhubani Art with artist and educator, Komal Madar.
Join her for a two hour workshop and learn how to create this traditional form of art practiced by Hindu women for decades.
Dates and Times
May: Saturday 29th: 2pm – 4pm
June: Saturday 19th: 2pm – 4pm & Monday 28th: 6pm – 8pm
July: Saturday 10th: 2pm – 4pm & Monday 19th: 6pm – 8pm
Fee: £35 per person. Click here to book your place
Madhubani means Forest of Honey. It is a district in the northern Indian state of Bihar. It’s traditionally practiced by Hindu women, who paint the walls and floors of their houses before major festivals or family celebrations and features a complex border design.
Tutor Komal Madar guides you through the process of creating a traditional Madhubani painting step by step. During the process she explains the inspiration and meaning associated with the images and patterns used in these artworks. Komal also gives you a bespoke pattern-training sheet to help you make your own beautiful masterpiece.
Komal has designed the Madhubani Art: Forest of Honey Workshop as a way to bring people together in a creative environment. She demonstrates how creating art in a mindful way will result in you feeling a sense of increased wellbeing.
The cost of this workshop includes:
- Exclusive/bespoke pattern training worksheets
- A pdf hand-out for future reference (emailed to you after the workshop)
- A4 water colour paper for your drawing
- A plastic wallet/folder to keep your artwork in
No prior experience is required. The aim is to enjoy this art as a form of mindfulness and wellbeing.
We provide the following materials for the workshop
- Black marker pen
- Acrylic Paints/ water colours/ and Brushes
You are welcome to bring your own watercolour and acrylic paints and brushes, if you prefer.
To book your place on one of the workshops to create Madhubani Art click here
About the Tutor
Komal Madar is a British Indian Artist. She studied at UAL Central St Martins College of Art & Design and has exhibited and sold her work in the UK and abroad which resulted in her being featured in many international publications.
Komal is also an experienced tutor and runs a variety of workshops in London focusing on art and mindfullness.