Warli Art- Tree of Life and Tarpa and village life - 24x36
Warli paintings are traditionally done on wall of the house, characterized by a typical brown or red ochre background, which is often a mixture of earth and cow dung. These paintings are done by using white pigment made from a mixture of rice paste and glue and a bamboo stick is used as a paint brush.
Red ochre background is pained with acrylic colors and modeling paste is used which gives the effect of wall. This painting displays an effort to keep the authenticity of the tribal art with modern touch.
This Warli Art painting symbolizes the symbiotic connection between everyday work life of the tribal community and their celebration of life through song and dance. Activities within the day-to-day life of the tribal community and their beautiful connection with nature are the underlying elements of this painting.
One of the most popular themes in Warli art is a spiral chain of humans around one central motif. This in accordance with their belief that life is an eternal journey, and it has no beginning and end. Men and women hold hands as they dance to the melodies of the tarpa, a trumpet like instrument. The dance signifies the circle of life.
Dimensions: 24" X 36" X 1.5"
1-3 business days
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.