Traditional Warli Village - 24 X 30 with frame
Warli paintings are traditionally done on the walls of huts, characterised by a typical brown or red ochre background, which is often a mixture of earth and cow dung. The paintings are created by a bamboo stick to make a paintbrush using rice paste.
Based on their ancient beliefs and superstitions, the Warli tribes are known for their practice of speaking very little. There paintings are their mode of expression and a medium to pass down tribal culture and history across generations.
This painting displays a legitimate effort to keep the authenticity of the tribal art.