Lippan kaam – wall hanging

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Lippan kaam wall hanging

Lippan kaam wall hanging

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I am here with a colourful wall hanging using Lippan kaam or mud and mirror work .I had started it one month back but somehow was not able to finish it all these days.I started again three days back and finally it is ready 🙂  .This is my fourth addition to the Lippan kaam or mud/mirror work gallery.

This time I have used orange background with black border.And also I have used mirrors with different shapes as shown.Here a thin wooden panel is used as a base.The clay I have used here is fevicryl shilpkar clay.

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Ganesha Wall hanging using mud/mirror work

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Ganesha wall hanging using mud/mirror work
Ganesha Wall hanging

Ganesha wall hanging using mud/mirror work (with fevicryl shilpkar clay and mirrors)

Hi all ,

I am back with clay and mirror work again  🙂 .This is my second mud and mirror  artwork.This time  I tried this Ganesha wall hanging using mud/mirror work on  a 12″X 12″ stretched canvas which had in my house.This design has a Ganesha at the centre.The colour combination is dark blue and white. My last mud and mirror work was with red and white combination.

I have painted the canvas with prussian blue acrylic colour. And on it, made the design with shilpkar clay and mirrors.

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handpainted jwellery box , fevicryl shilpkar clay work

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Handpainted jwellery box , Fevicryl shilpkar clay work
Jwellery box

Handpainted jwellery box , fevicryl Shilpkar clay work

Hi friends,

Few days back,I saw  a plain rectangular MDF box in a store and thinking of trying  something with it,I bought it. I had a pack of Fevicryl shilpkar at home.So thought of doing some claywork on it.I had some mirrors ,kundans too.So used them too for decorating this  box.I used acrylic colours for painting this box.This box can be used s a jwellery box.

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