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Paithani

Artist: Dipali Deshpande

Size:30 X 36 Inches

Medium:Oil on Canvas

Style:Still Life

Artwork: Original

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Paithani is a type of sari, named after the Paithan town in Aurangabad, Maharashtra state where the saree was first handmade. Present day Yeola town in Nashik, Maharashtra is the largest manufacturer of Paithani. Made from very fine silk, it is considered as one of the most expensive saris in India. A pattan (Paithani) is a gold and silk sari.
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Paithani is a type of sari, named after the Paithan town in Aurangabad, Maharashtra state where the saree was first handmade. Present day Yeola town in Nashik, Maharashtra is the largest manufacturer of Paithani. Made from very fine silk, it is considered as one of the most expensive saris in India. This artwork is inspired from 'Paithani' saree, a type of Indian saree from Maharashtra State. This artwork is done by using oil colours and mixed media (fabric) on Linen in allprima method.

Dipali Deshpande


Artist Statement:


My paintings have always been much more than simply depictions of myself or things around me. I use my artwork as a tool to express my thoughts, my memories and some complex ideas that run through my mind.

My works include Still lifes, Anatomy art, portraits and figuratives. 

I use traditional painting techniques like allaprima or direct painting technique.  I prefer to work with limited palette. I prefer to work with subjects from life. In some circumstances where I can not work from life I use my references like photographs or sketches. 


Artist Bio – 

 

Dipali Deshpande is an emerging professional artist from Delhi/NCR (India). She was born in 1979 in a small village of Maharashtra. Presently she lives with her family in Gurgaon.Dipali’s works include Still lifes, Anatomy art, portraits and figuratives.


She has taken training in 'Traditional Drawing Techniques' under the guidance of famous UK based Russian Artist Vladimir London.

 

She has learned 'Tradional Oil painting techniques' by famous Latvian artist Natalie Richie.

 

She studied Engineering but painting is always been her passion. She worked in a corporate sector for few years but her real joy was hiding in colors.   


Awards, Achievements & competitions:

 

Artwork 'Kasavu Saree' got selected for Swiss Art Expo August 2019

 

Artwork 'Shimmer Blouse' got selected in Annual competition and show of Eastern Foundation of Art and Culture, Odisha, India April, 2019.

 

Received 3rd Prize in International Online Painting Competition by HIMRUNNER, Himachal Pradesh, India. 


Artwork 'Motherhood’ has been selected and printed in ‘Little India Foundation’s 2018 Calendar for the month of April.


Received ' Special award by jury' and 'Award of appreciation' at ‘Kala Kislaya 2017’, at Ravindra Bhavan, Lalit Kala academy Delhi by Sakshi D’vine JVS


Selected as a finalist in 'Finext awards and exhibitions', Indore.


Artwork ‘The blue Beauty’ has been used for Greeting card design by Mac Floris Recycled Stationary, Netherlands.

 

Workshops Given:


1. Women day celebration at NGMA, New Delhi. March.         2019

2. World Environment Week Celebration at IGNCA, New .       Delhi. June 2019


Dipali has exhibited her works in different national and international art exhibitions and art fairs. 


Group shows:

'World Environment week celebration', sponsored show, IGNCA, New Delhi, June 2019

Curated Annual show by Eastern Foundation Of Art and Culture, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, June 2019

1st All India Women's art Exhibition, Academy of Fine Arts and Literature, Arpana Caur Gallery, New Delhi, April 2019

Annual Group show, Academy of Fine Arts and Literature, Arpana Caur Gallery, New Delhi, March 2019

Women's group show, Gandhi art gallery, New Delhi, March 2019

'Hum Fida E Lucknow', Stainless Gallery, New Delhi, February 2019

'Group show' , Fine Arts Museum', Chandigarh, February 2019

'Kolorscapes' DD Neroy Gallery, Mumbai Dec 2018

'Anugoonj2018', Jawahar kala Kendra, Jaipur, Dec 2018

'Kalakislaya 3’, Gandhi art gallery, Delhi, April 2018.

'Age4', Artizen Art Gallery Delhi, March 2018

'Ajanta' Uchaan Art Gallery Gurgaon February 2018,

'Portraiture’, Uchaan Art Gallery, Gurgaon, Jan2018

'Colours of Life', Uchaan Art Gallery, Gurgaon December 2017

'kalakislaya 2’ at AIFACS',  October,2017 

'G21, Group Exhibition' at Gandhi art gallery, Delhi October 2017

'Finext National Awards and Exhibition' October 2017, Canary art gallery, Indore.

'Kala Kislaya 2017’ Artizen Art Gallery New Delhi, August, 2017

'National Art Icon’ June 2017, participation, AIFACS,New Delhi

'Expressionist' women’s special contemporary art show, April, 2017'Lokyata art gallery', Delhi

'Black and White' International drawings and paintings exhibitionApril 2017 at ‘Nicholas Roerich art gallery, Kullu India.

‘Group 21’s 7th group show at ‘Gandhi Art Gallery’, New Delhi. March 2017

Group show at Museum of Fine Arts, Panjab University, Chandigarh’,February 2017

‘STREE15’ at Art Mall, New Delhi, March 2015

Participated in art exhibition organized by Queenstown Community Center, Singapore. April 2013

 


Art Fairs:

 

Mumbai Art Fair, October 2018, Nehru Center, Mumbai.

Kalaspandan 2017 art fair, Nehru center, Mumbai, September 2017

Jaipur International art fair, Jawahar Kala Kendra, April 2017

'Prayaas-Hindu spiritual art fair, Gurgaon by Uchaan, February 2017

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