Maa Durga face painting with kundan work:
Durga ,meaning “the inaccessible” or “the invincible”, is the most popular incarnation of Devi and one of the main forms of the Goddess Shakti in the Hindu pantheon.Durga is the original manifested form of Mother Parvati or Adi-Parashakti.
I have a wall decor of maa Durga in my home.My husband’s friend had brought this beautiful artwork from kolkata.
It is a wall piece of only face of Durga with gold colour and I just love it .So I just thought I could try painting Maa Durga face on paper or a cloth.I chose to paint the face on a satin finished paper(which I have brought from itsybitsy and in many colours).Here I chose the golden one.
This one is my painting.
Materials required are:
- paper/canvas/cloth (I chose satin finish paper)
- paint brush
- acrylic/fabric colours
- Tracing paper
- carbon sheet
- kundan different colours
- Craft glue
1.The first steps is to draw the design on tracing paper.Then trace it on the satin paper.
2.Paint the design.
3.Now stick kundans on the design as per your choice.In this painting I have used lots of colours like black,green,purple,red,blue,brown,metallic blue,golden,lemon yellow etc (soooo many colours 🙂 ).I have used kundans of different colours too like blue,golden yellow,red,green,magenta,pink and silver.Very colourful, right? 🙂
4.The below one is the final painting of maa durga .
My another painting madhubani peacock is also there in above image.
How is this friends??