Hues of  Watercolor 13th Edition – Watercolor Painting Workshop By Bijay Biswaal

Welcome to Bijay Biswaal ‘s watercolor world!

Hues of Watercolor 13th Edition is happening on December 02-03, Saturday and Sunday in Bangalore.

According to art enthusiasts request we have an updated the format of  “Hues of Watercolor”- 13, 2day Watercolor Painting Workshop By Bijay Biswaal

The updated format – 2day indoor watercolor painting workshop along with an Acrylic painting demonstration on the second day!

Coloring India Foundation is fulfilling your interest to discover the techniques of watercolor painting. Bijay Biswal will take you to the watercolor world from the first day until second day half.

The second half is the surprise and Bijay Biswal will take you to a demonstration of acrylic painting followed by a question and answer and feedback session.

An indoor travel watercolor painting workshop

Coloring India Foundation strives hard to have a great fine arts workshop sessions all over India. And this workshop is a mixed feel for indoor painting and outdoor painting. A quick getaway to Ragihalli forest (Bannerghatta National Park), a private place where we will be spending the entire 2nd day. The first day will be conducted at Coloring India Foundation’s Classroom at 4th T block. Designed for 2days art break we call it “Indoor travel workshop”2-day Structured Watercolor Painting Workshop

Date: December 02 & 03 ( Saturday & Sunday) 2017

Venue: Coloring India Foundation, Jayanagar 4th T Block & Ragihalli Forest [Bannerghatta National Park]

Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate


About Bijay Biswaal

Celebrity artist Bijay Biswaal (52), who hogged the limelight, especially after Prime Minister Narendra Modi made his mention in ‘Mann Ki Baat’, a radio programme hosted by Modi himself, has called it a day from Indian Railways, to take art and painting to the grassroots.

The breathtaking art of Biswaal has touched many hearts including none other than Modi, who after falling in love with it, made Biswaal’s mention on July 26, 2015, in ‘Man Ki Baat’.

Biswaal opted for VRS on March 31 after serving railways for 26 years. “I was really finding it difficult to cope with pursuing my passion and field job as a chief ticket inspector (CTI). Getting unpredictable leaves for my engagements in and outside the country was an issue. Though I could have worked for a couple of years, I opted for VRS,” says Biswaal.

“Now the sky is the limit.

Maybe after 60 years when I would have retired, I may not have been able to concentrate what I have been doing now,” he adds.

The globally acclaimed artist says he was upbeat after getting blessings from none other than Modi whom he met at Railway Vikas Shibir in Surajkund near Delhi on November 20 last year. He had displayed his select paintings there and was directly invited by railway minister Suresh Prabhu.

“I did not wash my hands that day after the handshake with Modiji, who recalled making my mention in ‘Man Ki Baat’ and had remarked ‘aage badho’ (go ahead),” recalls Biswaal.

Unlike his ‘live’ painting of rain-soaked Korba railway station going viral over social media in 2015, his message about VRS, posted on March 28, too went the same way with his fans posting it further in various groups.

Coloring India Foundation great to have BIjay Biswaal the great mesmerist after our Hues of Watercolor 4th Edition

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 Hues of Watercolor 13th Edition, 2day Watercolor Painting Workshop By Bijay Biswaal

The workshop is focusing on a 2day engaging session with Bijay Biswaal and watercolor lovers. A quick interaction session will kick-start this remarkable watercolor painting workshop.

Day-1

An introduction to watercolor painting, a demonstration of Bijay Biswaal’s way of watercolor painting. Participants will have the hands-on watercolor painting with the keen assistance of Artist. We are expecting 2 demonstrations and great conversational interaction with Bijay Biswaal on Day 1.


Day-2

2nd-day demonstration and practice will wind up by the lunch break and let’s jump to the warmness of Acrylic painting from the hyper-realistic artist.

The second day will be more colorful than the first day, rest assured. We are traveling a little early from Bangalore to Ragihalli forest (Bannerghatta National Park). A planned travel will pick you up from the prominent points of Bangalore and will head to location. As an early travel will be recommended and we will start picking you by 6:30 am onwards.

Location: Ragihalli forest (Bannerghatta National Park), yes you can hear Lion’s roar from this private place. A great ambiance will take you to another world for sure accompanied by a homely breakfast will be served in between.

Lunch will be served to please your taste buds. The 45 minutes lunch break will end by kick-starting a 2nd Plein air demonstration. And you will be having the hands on the watercolor painting with Bijay Biswaal


Workshop focus

It is an opportunity to learn from art masters, the basics of drawing, knowing color mediums, their application technique, shortcuts etc.


What do you get?

These workshops are designed in such manner, so any individual with or without art background can have fun. It is an excellent chance for people with the creative urge to learn from Art Master, basics of Drawing, Sketching, and Watercolors. Cheerful play with lines, texture, colors under the watchful eye of the master artist, which would take the participants to appreciate and understand the characteristic of the medium of watercolor.


Convenient

As another Art workshops in Bangalore, this is a weekend, Saturday & Sunday workshop which convenient for housewives, senior citizens, students, and working professionals etc. The workshop fees are reasonably priced for promoting art awareness, which also includes art kit & snacks.


Fees – Watercolor Painting Workshop By Bijay Biswaal

INR 7499

INR 5500

The cost is included for

  • Your watercolor painting workshop fee for 2day
  • The basic art supplies
  • The refreshments/snacks for two days
  • Basic art supply includes:
    • Cartridge sheets for practice
    • 4*7 notepads for key sketches or notes
    • Pencil Supporting boards Tissues

Transportation from Ragihalli forest (Bannerghatta National Park) and return to Bangalore.(Day 2)
Food expense (2-time snacks for Day 1.  Breakfast, Lunch & snacks for day 2)


Art supplies recommended for watercolor painting workshop by Bijay Biswaal

  • Paper: Chitrapat Watercolor Block – 25 pages – 300 GSM# cold press.
  • Palettes: Any palette that has at least 12 wells for color and a large mixing area for big puddles of color
  • Paint: 12 color professional artist quality watercolor
  • Quart-size Water container ( But we recommend to carry a rigid water container to avoid disposable plastic)

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Alternatively, you can
1) Call us on +91-76 76 006 006

2) Email us on learn@coloringindia.org

3) Tweet: #ColoringIndiaFL

Keep visiting www.coloringindia.org /www.pencilandchai.com for more Fine Arts workshops in Bangalore, Chennai & Hyderabad.

 

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