Business Concept

Quality Control

"Chitrakala art gallery" managed all internationally norms to manufacture all paintings with best quality hygienic atmosphere, dust less cabins and top glass harmless color.

We have "International Quality Certificate for our gold & Silver quality" by International Quality Assurance of Gold Association, New Delhi.

GOLD FOIL SHEET
gold foil sheet
 
GOLD CERTIFICATE
gold certificate
 
EXCELLENCE CERTIFICATE
excellance certificate


Our Manufacturing Process

a) Tanjore Paintings (Foil Painting) Technique

imageMaking a Tanjore painting involves many stages. First the artist makes a preliminary sketch of the image on the base, which is a piece of cloth pasted onto wood. Then chalk powder or zinc oxide is mixed with water-soluble adhesive and applied on the base. Sometimes a mild abrasive is used to make the base smoother. After the drawing is made, the jewellery and apparel in the image are decorated with semi-precious stones known as Jaipur stones. Lace or thread is also used to decorate the jewellery. A mixture called "muk" is prepared using chalk powder and African gum in a ratio of 2:1. The muk is applied in places around the stones and other areas to give an embossed look. Gold foil is pasted on top of this. Finally, dyes are used to add color to the figures in the paintings.

High-quality gold foil is used to ensure that the paintings last generations. Paintings come in three finishes: classic, antique style and embossed. In the classic finish, bold colors and striking backgrounds are combined with high-glitter gold foil, while in the antique style, the gold's glitter is more sober, with more subtle colors and plain backgrounds. The embossed paintings are similar to the classic style but are embossed to give greater depth.

The figures in Tanjore paintings are static and located in the center inside beautifully decorated arches or curtains. Eyes are broad; the outer lines are either brown or red; forKrishna they are blue. Originally only Krishna figures were painted but now a variety of figures are depicted.

b) Glass Tanjore / Kalamkari

imageThese paintings are popular artifacts that every art loves to gather. It involves the use of synthetic colors on glass as a base. The Complete appeal of glass & semi transparent point collectively provide as beautiful look.

It is a type of drawing painted inside surface of transparent glass, usin oil & hard resin. Reverse glass painting is as another type of painting in which engravings are put down on the back of glass & painted from reverse. The effect is one of stunning clarity & rich color.

c) Coffee Paintings

imageCoffee painting is least known pigment for painting & creation. The artists are coming up in a series creating fabulous art with coffee.

d) Oil Paintings

imageIt is the process of painting with pigments that are bound with a medium of drying oil. Commonly used drying oil includes linseed oil, walnut oil & safflower oil. Traditional oil painting techniques often begin with the artist sketching the subject on to the canvas with charcoal or thinned paint oil paint is usually mixed with linseed oil on other solvents to create a thinner, faster or slower drying paint oil paint dries by oxidation not evaporation & is usually dry to the touch within a span of two weeks.

e) Water Color Paintings

imageA Water Color is the medium or the resulting artwork in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water soluble vehicle. The traditional and most common support for water color paintings is paper other supports include papyrus, bark papers, plastic, vellum or leather fabric, wood & canvas.

These painting has the repetition of being quit demanding, it is more accurate to say that water techniques are unique to water color unlike oil or acrylic painting where the paints essentially stay where they are put or dry more or less in the form they are applied, water is an active partner changing both the absorbency & shape of paper when it is wet & outlines & appearance of the paint as it dries.

f) Folk or Madhubani Paintings

imageMadhubani paintings mostly depict nature and Hindu devotional events, and the themes generally revolve around Hindu deities like Krishna, Ram, Shiva, Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati. Natural objects like the sun, the moon, and the religious plants like tulsi are also widely painted, along side scenes from the royal courts and social events like weddings. Generally no empty space is left; the gaps are filled by paintings of flowers, animals, birds, and even geometric designs

g) Ceramic Painting

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Ceramic Painting is least known pigment for painting & creation. The artists are coming up in a series creating fabulous art with Ceramic.

h) Fusion Painting

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Fusion Painting is mixture of more than one media Example:- Oil + Tanjore, Oil + Coffee + Tanjore etc.