Madhubani is an intricate Indian folk art and its popularity is rising with each passing day. Color combination used in this style of painting is bold and bright.
Ganapati or lord Ganesha has special place in Hindu mythology. Lord Ganesha’s blessings is must before starting any ceremony, venture or an auspicious occasion.
Presence of lord Ganesha is believed to ensure success and prosperity. Thus, a Ganesha painting makes it a perfecting gifting option for any life occasion like a wedding gift or a housewarming gift.
So, in this post, I will share the painting a Ganesha Madubani painting. I have done this painting on a A3 sized recycled light yellow color sheet and used acrylic paints to give it a Madhubani styled boldness and brightness.
Border in Madhubani Painting
Border in Madhuban painting has an important place and you can learn how I mark guidelines for border in this easy elephant Madhubani painting.
After marking, it was time to infuse colors in Ganapati. Burst of colors makes any painting come alive. Color combination plays very important role in any painting. No matter how good your drawing is, if choice of colors is not good it can kill a beautiful art work.
So, this is how this Ganapati madhubani painting looks like after all the detailing and coloring work.
And after the important part of Madhubani, Borders.
Fine detailing is the real beauty of this art work. And to be honest, these type of Madhubani paintings in your home can elevate your decors’ folk appeal too.
Even I’m discovering this art form and enjoying this learning process.
I hope you had good time reading this post and it inspired you to try Madhubani painting. Even if one person starts Madhuabni painting after reading this post my purpose of writing this post gets fulfilled.
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