Originated from mithila region of bihar india ,these paintings are done mainly using natural dyes and look awesome with their eye catching geometrical pattern
Tikuli art has a deep historical significance associated with it. ‘Tikuli’ is the term that is locally used for bindis, which are essentially colorful dots that women wear as accessories between their eyebrows. The bindi has been a symbol for the intellectual capacity of the feminine for time immemorial. Tikuli art originates from Patna over 800 years back. The creation of tikuli art is a tedious process that requires a great deal of patience. Artists employ hardboards as their surface to draw on, and cut it into ornate shapes. These are coated with four or five layers of enamel. After each coat is applied, the surface is rubbed with sandpaper to give a glossy, polished effect. After applying the final layer of enamel coat, the designs are drawn on with paint, and embellished with gold foil and crystals. The brushes used are made of squirrel or sable hair, and they are of a very fine thickness. Spring and summer are the best seasons to create this form, since an optimum temperature for drying the enamel and paint is achieved.
We deliver exceptional artwork from some of India’s best known painters as well as customized art work according to our client need to be decorated in homes offices and public spaces
We are promoting brass work such as statues and idols as well as brass water bottles produced by some fine craftsmen