DZIRE CREATION - UNIQUE ART GALLERY

Dzire Creation Art & Craft Gallery is situated in Bijwasan, Main Road, New Delhi – 61 near Indira Gandhi International Airport. Dzire Creation Art and Craft Gallery has an area of around 6000 square feet displaying exquisite wide range of art and crafts evoking reminisce of glorious bygone era and breath-taking contemporary spectaculars. Dzire Creation is a very unique art gallery with splendid art collections and is situated in the capital and any opportunity to visit and experience such exquisite work of art and craft should not be missed.India's diversified natural beauties and craftsmanship are unparalleled and world acclaimed, it is this very sublime Indian beauty which forms bedrock of all our works. Besides galore of spectacular Indian craftsmanship, our gallery lays much emphasis on the works of well-known medieval era maestros like Leonardo Da Vinci and Michael Angelo.

The cornerstone of Dzire Creation is to offer our esteemed customers with world-class friendly services each and every time. Our service encompasses providing our esteemed customer with wide range of modern art and graphics for view/sale and also offer flawless repair and restoration services.The spectrum of our excellence and speciality includes Photography to installations, from films to painting and sculptures; our art gallery is the home of every viable piece of art.

Concentrating on every possible domain of art, the gallery also strive to facilitate upcoming talent especially graduates and under graduates by liberally extending them much required aids economically and by providing them platform through our Art Gallery to exhibit their art to earn their livelihood respectfully and follow their passion for art without any hindrance.

CONCEPT AND OBJECTIVES OF DZIRE CREATION

  • Promotes and explore all indigenous art and craft of India under one roof.
  • To present indigenous art and craft of India affordable and available to all strata of society nationally and internationally.
  • To provide the employment opportunities and launching platform to budding artists and also assist underprivileged people through various welfare schemes planned under its aegis.
  • To evoke sense of admiration and pride in heart of own country towards ourdiversified and unique forms of art and culture.
  • To present the different art forms created only with natural elements i.e marble, brass beads and clay and to modify them into beautiful products.
  • To represent our products as eco-friendly products.

INDIAN PAINTERS

Indian subcontinent is famous for being the home country of a large number of exceptionally brilliant artists, including painters, writers, singers, etc. The art of painting in India dates back to the ancient times, as is evident from many ancient cave paintings monuments i.e. Ajanta and Ellora. Many painters of India have received global recognition for their paintings and their priceless contribution to world art & craft. From the paintings revolving around religious topics to the abstract ones, Indian painters have covered almost each and every arena and aspect of life through these paintings.

Similarly, the history of Indian handicrafts goes back to almost 5000 years from now. There are numerous examples of handicrafts from the Indus Valley Civilization. Going back to the Indus valley civilization we find a rich craft tradition and a high degree of technical excellence in the field of pottery, sculpture(metal, stone and terracotta), jewellery, weaving etc.

DZIRE CREATION - NATURE OF PAINTINGS

TRADITIONAL PAINTING'S

Cave Paintings

Cave Painting

Paintings comprise of the murals of Ajanta, Ellora, Bagh, Sittanavasal, etc, which reflect an emphasis on naturalism. Ancient cave paintings of India serve as a window to our ancestors, who used to inhabit these caves.

Madhubani Paintings

Madhubani Painting

Initially, the womenfolk of the village drew the paintings on the walls of their home, as an illustration of their thoughts, hopes and dreams. With time, the paintings started becoming a part of festivities and special events, Indian Maithili paintings make use of three-dimensional images and the colors that are used are derived mainly from plants. The themes on which these paintings are based include nature and mythological events.

Rajasthani Paintings

Rajasthani (Miniature) Paintings

Handmade paintings, which are quite colorful but small in size. The highlight of these paintings is the intricate and delicate brushwork, which lends them a unique identity. The colors are handmade, from minerals, vegetables, precious stones, indigo, conch shells, pure gold and silver. Mughals were introducing Persian tradition in the Miniature paintings of India.

Mughal Paintings

Mughal Painting

Exclusive combination of Indian, Persian and Islamic styles. Mughal paintings of India developed as well as prospered under the rule of Mughal Emperors, Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan.

Bengal Patchitr (KaliGhat Paintings)

Bengal Patchitr (KaliGhat Paintings)

Kalighat painting or Kalighat Pat originated in the 19th century Bengal, in the vicinity of Kalighat Kali Temple, Kalighat, Kolkata,W.B.India, and from being items of souvenir taken by the visitors to the Kali-Ghat temple, the paintings over a period of time developed as a distinct school of Indian painting. From the depiction of Hindu gods, goddesses, BengaliBabushampradhya and other mythological characters, the Kalighat paintings developed to reflect a variety of themes.

Tribal Art

Tribal Art

Tribal art is often ceremonial or religious in nature.Typically originating in rural areas, tribal art refers to the subject and craftsmanshipof artefacts from tribal cultures.

Worli Paintings

Worli Painting

The Warlis or Varlis are an indigenous tribe or Adivasis, living in mountainous as well as coastal areas of Maharashtra-Gujarat border and surrounding areas. They have their own animistic beliefs, life, customs and traditions, as a result of acculturation they have adopted many Hindu beliefs. The Warlis speak an unwritten Varli language which belong to the southern zone of the Indo-Aryan languages and the union territories of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu

MODERN PAINTING'S

1. Canvas paintings

Canvas is an extremely heavy-duty plain-woven fabric used for making sails, tents, marquees, backpacks, and other items for which sturdiness is required. It is also popularly used by artists as a painting surface, typically stretched across a wooden frame.

2. Oil Paintings

Oil painting is the process of painting with pigments that are bound with a medium of drying oil. Commonly used drying oils include pnseed oil, poppy seed oil, walnut oil, and safflower oil. Different oils confer various properties to the oil paint, such as less yellowing or different drying times. Certain differences are also visible in the sheen of the paints depending on the oil. An artist might use several different oils in the same painting depending on specific pigments and effects desired.

3. Mix Medium

Mixed media tends to refer to a work of visual art that combines various traditionally distinct visual art media.

4. Water colour Painting paintings

Water colour painting is a method in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water-soluble vehicle. The term "watercolor" refers to both the medium and the resulting artwork.

5. Murrel painting/Relief painting

Are the frescos depicting mythology and legends, which are drawn on the walls of temples and churches in South India, principally in Kerala. Ancient temples, churches and palaces in Kerala, South India, display an abounding tradition of mural paintings mostly dating back between the 9th to 12th centuries CE when this form of art enjoyed Royal patronage.

6. Acrylic paintings

7. Digital Painting