Kala Ashram
Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Fancy Art


Fancy art includes different kinds of artwork which not only look beautiful but are also modern enough to attract attention at a glance.We take special teaching classes for these creative art forms like lamasa art,decopauge,candle making and sand paintings.


Sand Painting
Sand Painting

Sand painting is the art of pouring colored sands, powdered pigments from minerals or crystals, and pigments from other natural or synthetic sources onto a surface to make a painting. These are often temporary, ritual paintings prepared for religious or healing ceremonies. It is also referred to as dry painting.

Regular classes for the same are held at the institute

 

Sand painting is practiced by Native Americans in the Southwestern United States, by Tibetan monks, by Indians, by Australian Aborigines, and by Latin Americans on certain Christian holy days.



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Candle Making
Candle Making
We make and teach candles which add a unique look to the interiors. Prepared from the finest quality wax, our decorative candles are a perfect blend of beauty and utility. Available in various attractive designs and colors, these are ideal for adorning the houses, offices and other places.




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Lamasa Art
Lamasa Art

Lamasa is a Spanish kitchen craft. It is similar to working with sugar dough as in icing and cake decorations. Lamasa form of art is used to design various beautiful articles like name plates, photo frames, hearts, wreaths, flowers, baskets and so on.

We run regular classes for teaching the lamasa art.




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Decoupage Painting
Decoupage Painting
Decoupage is the art of decorating an object by gluing colored paper cut-outs onto it in combination with special paint effects, gold leaf and so on. Commonly an object like a small box or an item of furniture is covered by cut-outs from magazines or from purpose-manufactured papers. Each layer is sealed with varnishes (often multiple coats) until the "stuck on" appearance disappears and the result looks like painting or inlay work. The traditional technique used 30-40 layers of varnish which were then sanded to a polished finish. This was known in 18th century England as The Art of Japanning after its presumed origins.
Regular classes for the same are delivered at the institute.




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Contact Us:
 

 

Kala Ashram
Mrs. Sapna Jain  (Director)
No. 5, Saket Nagar Extension, Near Genius, Opposite Manishpuri Auto Stand
Indore - 452 001, Madhya Pradesh, India