Valentine's Day Paint Party

12th Feb, Saturday 12 PM
Agent Jacks, Amanora Mall, Hadapsar

We are hosting a Valentine's Day Paint Party.
All materials included, plus a drink.

Enjoy painting and take away your art with you
Charges : ₹1000
Register by calling : 9175650364

Limited seats. Max 20 pax.

COVID Advisory - Mask and both doses of vaccination mandatory.

 Here’s why we love to paint -
#Distracts from worries – It has the power to #engage you so fully, bringing you into the present moment.

#Reduces stress – studies show that both creating and observing art can reduce cortisol, the 'stress hormone'*. Doing something you love also releases endorphins – feel-good chemicals that combat stress and reduce pain.

#Builds self-esteem – feel anything but confident as Painting provides a challenge and helps in building skills. It is an activity with a tangible result and gives a sense of achievement.

#Creates a healthy state of mind - participants in such activities feel psychological resilience' as well as increased levels of "functional connectivity"

Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration 2021

Amanora Gateway Tower
Saturday / Sep 11, 2021

Art, Drawing, Painting, Coloring and Clay Modeling

Ganesh Chaturthi 2021:

Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi (Vināyaka Chaturthī), is a Hindu festival celebrating the arrival of Ganesh to earth from Kailash Parvat with his mother Goddess Parvati/Gauri. The festival is marked with the installation of Ganesh clay idols privately in homes and publicly.

Lord Ganesha is worshipped for his ability to bring good luck and being the destroyer of obstacles. He is famous for navigating on a rat/mouse, symbolic of having conquered the pest.

A lot of Hindu deities cruise on animals in the form of vehicles. Ganesha too is seen riding different animals, but the most famous one is a mouse. The story behind the mouse is strikingly interesting, during the ancient period when everyone depended on agriculture as the only source of income, rodents were the biggest obstacles and Ganesha helped overcome this obstacle. It is said that the mouse that Ganesha rode was an evil demon. The defeated demon had promised to carry Ganesha from that day on.

This year, Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated on Sep 10 (Friday).

The celebration of this festival began 125 years ago in Pune and is still celebrated in the state of Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh.

The deity of Lord Ganesha was incepted by Shri Dagdusheth Halwai and his wife Lakshmibai way back, when they lost their only son to the plague epidemic. Every year, the Ganpati festival was celebrated with deep faith and enthusiasm, not only by Dagdusheth’s family but the entire neighbourhood. Tatyasaheb Godse, then in his early youth, was a zestful participant in the celebrations. In later years, when Lokmanya Tilak made Ganpati festival a public celebration to bring people together for the freedom struggle, Dagdusheth Ganpati became the most respected and popular idol in Pune.

In 1952, the responsibility of organizing the festival at Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati temple officially fell upon Tatyasaheb and his group of friends. Under Tatyasaheb’s able guidance and leadership, his associates like Mamasaheb Rasane, Adv. Shankarrao Suryavanshi and K. D. Rasane planned and executed the festival with meticulous planning and professionalism, and since then, there was no looking back for them. As generous donors and devotees contributed towards the temple fund, Tatyasaheb and his friends thought what better way to worship the Lord than to serve our own fellow beings.

Soon, the young motivated group took the activities of the festival and the temple beyond traditional worship, into the domain of social and cultural development. Besides a rich religious schedule at the temple, they engaged in addressing the social and political problems of the state.

Under the aegis of Dagdusheth Halwai Sarvajanik Ganpati Trust, they started several social initiatives including educational and financial support to deprived children, micro finance to small businessmen and vendors through Suvarnayug Sahakari Bank, old age home, rehabilitation of workers working at brick kilns to name only a few.

Today, by Lord Ganesha’s blessings, Dagdusheth Halwai Sarvajanik Ganpati Trust has flourished into a veteran organization that is gratified to worship the Lord through its service to humanity.

75th Independence Day Celebration

Amanora Gateway Tower - Party Hall
Sunday / Aug 8, 2021

Independence Day is celebrated annually on 15 August as a national holiday in India commemorating the nation's independence from the United Kingdom on 15 August 1947, the day when the provisions of the 1947 Indian Independence Act, which transferred legislative sovereignty to the Indian Constituent Assembly, came into effect.

The Union Home Ministry issued instructions to the States and Union Territories for following necessary preventive measures while organising the Independence Day celebrations on August 15 in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Ministry said the Independence Day would be celebrated in a manner befitting the occasion, but it was imperative to follow measures like social distancing, wearing masks, proper sanitisation, protecting vulnerable persons and adhering to the Health Ministry’s guidelines.

Considering the advisory we celebrated Independence Day occasion with a small Craft Party.

The party was open for ALL age groups and MASKS were mandatory.

In the patty we taught pupils on how to craft a paper flower - in very easy steps.

The truth is, they’re a cinch to make if you know how to make paper flowers. Read on for a step-by-step tutorial and free printable template.

Materials: flower and leaf printable templates, colorful craft/scrapbook paper, scissors, glue gun.

Step 1 - Print out the flower and leaf templates, and cut out the shapes.

Step 2 - Trace the templates onto your colored paper and cut them out. Natural flowers are perfectly imperfect, so don’t fret about making the shapes precise.

Step 3 - You will need five petal shapes and only one of the other shapes for each flower you make. I like to add a little sparkle to my flowers, so you’ll notice I used glitter paper for the smallest center circle.

Step 4 - To create the cupped shape of the petals, dab a small amount of hot glue onto one side of the stem. Gently bend the other stem to overlap the glue. Press and hold until secure.

Step 5 - After all the petals are cupped, assemble them by first gluing the stems of three petals together like I did in the video.

Step 6 - Attach the final two petals underneath to fill in the gaps.

Step 7 - Use your scissors to fringe the edge of the largest center circle.

Step 8 - Stack and glue the three centers down inside the flower petals.

Step 9 - Attach the leaves to the bottom of the petals, overlapping slightly.

Not only are these DIY paper flowers a big hit for events like Independence Dy OR Baby shower or Party decor, but they can also adorn nursery walls as art or be used to beautifully embellish gift wrap.

Once you’re confident making these hand cut paper flowers from the template, experiment with changing the shape of the petals, centers and leaves to create a variety of floral designs. Scale them bigger or smaller to achieve different looks. Most of all, have fun and be creative!

Enjoy Art and have fun being creative and becoming an artist! ❤
Have a GREAT day and see YOU later! :)

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T Shirt Painting

Diya's Themed Birthday Party

T Shirt Fabric Painting event for 10-15 year old kids.
Location - One North, Magarpatta
Date - June 13, 2021
Timings - 2 PM to 4 PM

Art is essentially about self-expression. T-shirt painting is another fun way to express who you are. So here are some tips by AmritaParyani.ART on how to paint a T-shirt so that you can make a statement of your own!

  • White t-shirts or any other type of clothing.
  • Artists’ Oil Color 12 Assorted Colors Set
  • Faber Castle brushes
  • Mineral spirit
  • Foam paint
  • Painter’s tape
  • Paper (to cover the ground beneath your shirts with)
  • Hard stock & exacto knife (if you want to use stencils)
  • Sponge
Side note: Before you begin painting, keep a foam board or a cardboard inside your shirt so that the paint does not seep through.

Design 1: Tracing
If you want a design, start tracing the design with the paint first. Lightly trace the design of your choice with a pencil. Next, dip the brush in your paint and start by tracing the borders of your design. Fill the inner portions after finishing the borders, this way the paint won’t go beyond your borders and your design will look neat.

Design 2: Freehand
Painting whatever you want, free-hand is not only fun but also kind of authentic in a personal way. When you write free-hand, it is your handwriting which gives the ensemble a personal touch. This can be a sweet gifting idea as well. Simply pick your choice of paint, pick what you want to paint or
write and just do it!

Design 3: Stenciling
When you want to create a series of T-shirts with same copy, the stencil method works best. Print out the message you want on your T-shirts on a separate sheet of paper. Next, take your exacto knife and start cutting out the letter part of the paper. Do remember though that you should not cut the entire portion of the letters, leave a bit so that your letters don’t look weird.
Once your design is ready, you can tape the paper with the holes in the shape of letters to your T-shirt. Also, do make sure that you tape some paper around the design so that it doesn’t get accidental splashes or drips. Now carefully apply the paint you want to use with the sponge.

Did you like this DIY art?

Tote Bag Painting

Diya's Themed Birthday Party

Tote Bag Fabric Painting event for 10-15 year old kids.
Location - One North, Magarpatta
Date - June 13, 2021
Timings - 2 PM to 4 PM


Is your child super artsy? Do you always find them at their art desk creating, painting, drawing, and coloring?! If so, a paint themed party is the perfect birthday theme for your little Van Gogh, Dali, or Da Vinci! An art themed birthday party is a wonderful way to indulge your little artist’s love and talent for art, and it makes for great interactive fun for their friends too.

If you’re not sure how to throw a kid’s art themed party, get some inspiration from !

This was Diya’s birthday party. At the time she really wasn’t into anything specific so I thought why not have an art/craft party for the kids. What kid doesn’t love to paint??
The best part about this party is I already had ALL the art supplies on hand.

Hosting a painting party for Diya and her friends is just about as fun as you can imagine. It was a great opportunity to get a little messy, stir up the creative juices, and entertain during a time of the year when we’re sequestered indoors due to COVID . While painting parties are a fun social activity,

Flamingos are oh-so-cute

The beautiful pink feathers, the soulful eyes, the graceful long necks and the curved black bills - what’s not to love about a flamingo? They are just freaking adorbs!

Flamingos are whimsical, wacky and cute. If you’re anything like mean, that means they’re pretty much just you in a nutshell. And it’s great to be able to display your personality so loudly and adorably with a designer flamingo purse.

You can choose to put this pretty pink purse on your person, or even use this flamboyant bird as home decor!
Flamingos are all that is love, friendship and fun!
Flamingos have deep symbolism in many cultures around the world. And trust me, all of it is good!
In Egypt, flamingos are associated with the sun god Ra, an image of flame, emotions, and inspiration.
In Peruvian stories, flamingos are depicted as the protectors of humankind.
Many other cultures consider flamingos as a symbol of healing and love. Those with a flamingo spirit are said to be vibrant and outgoing, well-balanced and resourceful.

The beautiful pink feathers of flamingos are associated with friendship, tenderness, harmony, and romance.

Gather a few materials in advance of your party:
- Fresh Paints (choose acrylic for fabric painting )
- Paper plates for paint
- New Paint Brushes
- Tote bags and white Tshirts
- Water (for cleaning brushes)
- Paper towels for cleanup

If you feel creative and you want to style up your canvas tote bags, trying your hand with some painting is not a bad idea at all. You know we are all for using our imagination and our talents to turn our canvas tote bags into veritable pieces of art.

Adding decorations to a tote bag is one fun way to put those arts and crafts skills of yours to work, but today we will take things a step further: we will teach you how to paint on canvas tote bags. It will be a blast, so let’s not waste any more time, shall we?

If this is your first project and you are just gathering the materials, start with one large and one small round brush and with one large and one small flat brush. These four brushes will get you where you want to arrive with little to no effort.

1. Get a Bag
Pick a canvas tote bag in a medium size and make sure you take it out of any plastic wrap. You have no idea how many people try to paint over the cellophane wrap.

2. Prepare the Bag
Next, make sure your canvas tote bag is not wrinkly and crumpled, as it will make the painting process a lot more difficult. Lightly iron the tote bag to obtain a smooth, stretched surface.
Prepare your workspace with a board you can pin the four corners of the tote bag onto; the bag has to be stretched while you paint on it.

Keep in mind that a canvas tote bag is not the same thing as a sheet of canvas that painters use. This is why you need to prep your tote bag remembering it has at least two sides and handles.

Stretch your tote bag so it does not fold, crease, or wrinkle as you work on it with brushes, water, and paint. You can clip the four corners of the tote bag onto the corners of a flat sheet of rectangular/square hard plastic or board. The handles can hang outside the working sheet of plastic in case you do not want to paint them as well.

Moreover, if you want to paint only one side of the canvas tote bag, make sure you insert inside the bag a sheet of plastic or board so the water and colors do not transfer from one side of the tote to the other one. This piece of plastic or board should fit perfectly inside the bag, allow it to stretch a little, and have the same size as the bag and the other sheet of plastic underneath the bag.
The second step in the canvas preparation process is treating the fabric with a coat of gasset. This will dry quickly and will keep your painting archival.

Before you treat the side of the canvas tote bag with gasset, ask the manufacturer if the surface and the fabric needs such a treating. Since we are not talking about professional painting canvas but a tote bag, it is better to ask the manufacturer such questions.
Usually, the handmade community recommends treating the tote bag with gasset just in case. Hand painted tote bags look amazing because the artists do not skip any detail.

3. Get some Cool paint and shades
Acrylic paint – such paint dries up faster, allowing you to add many layers or apply crisp lines; acrylic paint is better for smaller canvas surfaces (such as tote bags), but color blending is harder. Acrylic paint also looks darker when it dries on canvas, so you should use color carefully. In addition, acrylic paint comes in a high viscosity and body, great for thick, Van Gogh-style paintings, or thin, liquid acrylic paint, to use for dreamy, watery landscapes and decorations.

4. Pick the Palette and the Palette Knife
In terms of medium to mix your paints on, you can go with a professional palette or a porcelain palette. The palette knife is essential when you work with acrylic paint. It can help you mix and spread the paint and apply paint on the canvas itself, for a more artistic effect of your future art.

Of course, you can mix some of the colors with your brushes, but since acrylic paint is rougher and thicker, the vigorous mixing movements may alter the bristles. The knife, on the other hand, will help you mix faster all the colors you want.

5. Other Materials
In order for you to begin painting on your canvas tote bag, you will also need a cup of water.

Make sure the base of the cup is larger or the same size as the top of the cup, as you do not want the cup to tip over and ruin your work. If you do not buy a special painting water cup and use a mug you have around the house, make sure you will use this mug only for future painting projects.
If you buy fluid acrylic paint, keep in mind you will not need to dilute it a lot with water. Such paints come from the factory in a thin consistency and contain an acrylic binder, together with nice strong saturation of color. You can add a touch of water into such paint for even more fluidity, because the paint will hold the acrylic bond safely.
You will also need some scrap paper to wipe away excess paint from your brush or test out paint quality. A simple sheet of white printing paper will do.

6. Other materials also include:
Thin gloves if you do not want to get your hands incredibly dirty from the painting (surgical ones work incredibly well);
An apron if you do not want to make a mess out of your clothes;
If you want a “painting by colors” type of project, you can also use a color chart to make sure you mix the correct paints to get the desired colors and nuances.

7. Work Environment Preparation
Now that you have all materials, you can begin preparing your work environment. Use a large table to set everything and have all products at the ready.

Set up your palette: no matter what you want to paint, it is helpful and time-efficient to already have a dab of each of the primary paints (plus black and white) on the palette. Spread the dabs of paint far from each other so you can have enough space to use the colors individually or mix them the way you want.

Spending time with best friend, or a few of close friends , is is always out favorite thing. While bday parties are extremely fun all on their own, planning ahead with a art activity is something that can bring the party to a whole new level.

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Petit Infoscion Day 2017

Infosys celebrates 26 years of Petit Infoscions! The annual event that started in 1994 to bring together employees and families has grown bigger and better with every passing year.

Amrita Paryani hosted an African Themed Art Workshop for all age groups.
The art workshop used all mediums and created photo frames, wall hangings, paintings, home decor, and other art works.

Painting Party Marathon 2018

Pune is famous for many things—from its weather to its education centers to its neighboring hill stations. But
hardly does anyone talk about its art avenues. It isn’t true that Pune doesn’t have art galleries worth talking about. You might have to look a little harder, but Pune has a lot of options for art lovers. There are both high-end art galleries and smaller, more off-beat venues, depending on what you prefer.

Tilting Art Gallery - Shastri Nagar, Yerawada, Pune, Maharashtra 411006
The Ishanya Mall has set up the Tilting Art Gallery to try and encourage visitors to get interested in art. The art showcased at the gallery ranges from abstract to straightforward to devotional. In December 2018, the mall hosted the first Ishanya International Art Festival. It was a four-day event that acted as a platform for artists, art galleries, art buyers, and connoisseurs to exchange ideas.

The biggest painting party in Pune and get creative socially.  Following step-by-step instructions, you'll create your masterpiece in just about 2 hours.
Like Picasso said "Everyone is born an artist.. we just grow with time". Lets get nostalgic and go back to the coloring books (canvases).  

The session was conducted as -  
 4 Feb, 11am - Acrylic pour, 
4 Feb, 12:30 - Romantic monsoon, 
4 Feb, 2pm - Cherry Blossom & 
4 Feb, 3:30 - Seascape

Imagine. We Create!!!

AmritaParyani.ART presented - 
Millenia is a female name. Has the same meaning as the word "Millenium" meaning a span of a thousand years, New Generation, A hope for period of joy, serenity, and justice.

You will teach them to fly, but they will not fly your flight. You will teach them to dream, but they will not dream your dream. You will teach them to live, but they will not live your life. Nevertheless, in every flight, in every life, in every dream, the print of the way you taught them will remain." – Mother Teresa

Technique Used
The allure of photorealism for me is its innate paradox. My interest in photorealism is as philosophical as it is aesthetic. By laboring over such detailed works, I increase my capacity for awareness of the tiny details that comprise the fabric of existence, an experience which I believe is mirrored in the viewer's mind. The clarity presented in photorealistic paintings encourages clarity in the real world, in observing one's surroundings - which leads to a heightened appreciation of the myriad nuances of life.
A photorealistic painting begins with a blank surface, a photograph, and pigment, which the artist manipulates to create an illusion of reality. The creation of these paintings is a highly abstract process. Essentially, little blobs of color, carefully applied and blended, come to represent and imitate recognizable forms. As much as I admire the final product, I enjoy the process of creating them much more - savoring the surprise moments when the little blobs of color become "real".

My preferred colors for mixing the full range of skin tones are:
  • Titanium white (with watercolor, the paper acts as the white)
  • Titanium buff
  • Cadmium yellow (medium or dark)
  • Cadmium red
  • Burnt sienna
  • Raw umber
  • Prussian blue

Before I start with the face I paint the background also in large simple planes. Here I dilute the paint with a few drops of citrus turpentine. Ordinary white spirit also works well. I pay particular attention to the hairline. I don´t want to be sharp. The edges must be soft where the hair touches the skin.

Stroke direction plays a huge role in the perception of hair when drawn or painted. If you see a flowing lock of hair, paint it in the same manner with your stroke. Curly hair can be captured with frenetic and squiggly lines! Hair is never just one colour. Often it appears drastically different in the lights and in the shadows. Even hair that has been dyed one colour will have a tremendous amount of variation.

I don´t simplify the hues by using middle ochre mixed with brown for the darker areas, and white for the lighter ones. In the darkest tones there is crimson, veridian, sienna and cadmium orange. In the lighter parts of the hair I´ve used cadium red light, permanent green light, viridian, yellow ochre and white. The lightest color in the hair is a mixture of ultramarine, crimson and white that I’ve prepared previously. This mauvish tint is great to make light areas in blond hair without the risk of progressing to red, yellow or blue.

First I give the eyes a special treatment. I paint a transparent layer of sienna and burnt umber. I smudge the paint with my finger so that I can still see the underdrawing. This creates a perfect base to continue later.

Then I paint the mouth in simple schematic planes. Cadmium red, venetian red, white and ultramarine blue are used here. I show the teeth as a continuous curved surface. I use my pre-mixed neutral gray light with some ultramarine blue and crimson. I always start with the shadows, then the halftones, then the lights. For the flesh I mix cadmium red light, white and ochre. Cerulean blue or permanent yellow-green tones are used for cooler or warmer tones. I’m still avoiding any details!

To create my photorealist art, I usually use either acrylics, watercolors or colored pencils - but most often, acrylics.
Thin Tip Round Brush, Fine Grain Canvas, Primer, Acrylic Paint color, Thinner, Charcoal Pencil, Acrylic Mediums, Surfaces, Reference Photo, Varnish, Palette, etc.