Warli Pot Painting



Though, when I bought the terracotta pot, I had intentions of adding color to it, I had not planned on anything particular. I first painted the whole pot red (oil paint) and when I was looking for designs to complete the look I desired, I chanced upon Warli painting at Coloursdekor.
Warli Pot Painting
It seemed simple, and yet very charming. After a little bit of research and reading up, I decided to do the Warli for my waiting-to-be-finished pot. The activity, besides being lots of fun, also ended up giving my pot a really chic look. Considering it is made using very simple shapes, it is most certainly something everyone should give a shot at. Now am happy to move my pot from the balcony, right into the living room where everyone can see it.
- Somu


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14 comments:

  1. Your comment... make me check your post instantly... That is so so nice to know... that I've passed on something your way!! Awesome!!

    The pot looks gorgeous now!! And I totally love the colour....

    You make me think.. that I should really get back to doing a little craft... and paintings.. *sigh*.. Only if there were 2 more hours in the day.... :-)

    Thanks so so much for linking up!!

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  2. happy to discover ur blog thgh patty's blog...enjoyd seeing all ur posts...

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  3. Hi Patricia, we wish too that we had some additional hours during the day... But then we try to manage with whatever time that we find :) And linking up was completely our pleasure...

    Hi Nisha, thanks... It is really encouraging to know that you enjoyed all the posts ! Congratulations on your first Blog award :)

    Chithi, as always... you manage to come with witty comments. Thanks.

    - Preethi

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  4. When I first saw warli pot on sharon's post....I loved it.your turned out beautiful..love the color..

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  5. The pot looks great...choosing warli as an art form for a terracotta pot is a great idea...loving it!

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  6. Love that splash of red on the pot and the design is so elegant...you are very creative:)

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  7. Nayana, thanks.. And yeah warli seems to be a wonderful artform... I am just wondering now what else should I try the warli on... Thanks for dropping by and speaking your mind.

    Hi Neha, true... it just completely changed the way the original pot looked... and all within an hour's time :) thanks for your comment.

    Not yet, thanks :) Really appreciate your feedback.

    Hi Kala,
    Feels really good to hear from an artist and designer... It is indeed encouraging to hear such nice words coming my way... thanks a lot.

    - Preethi

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  8. So lovely. The white looks superb in the red!
    Cheers
    Sonia
    http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  9. Very creative..u turned plane pot to colorful gadget :)
    Regards,
    Aparna
    http://warli-soul.blogspot.com/

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  10. loved your work...I too love trying my hand at such things ...Would love to hear your opinion on my art blog:http://artwarming.wordpress.com/

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