Pen and ink :

Generally a pen is used for writing purpose. A device commonly used to apply ink on a surface usually for writing or drawing.It is one of the cheapest and easiest drawing mediums.

Fabric Painting :

Fabric painting is basically done on a cloth using various types of strokes supported by fabric colours and washes.One can do fabric painting on any textile or piece of cloth ranging from silk, cotton, etc.

Creative writing and calligraphy :

Creative writing is a stylish and unconventional form of writing defining different shapes and sizes of alphabets and numbers.This kind of writing can be of great help in designing scrap books, school projects, architechtural pojects and others.

Similarly calligraphy a form of abstract design has its own unique style of presentations and is used to design tshirts, pots, wall designs and several other projects.

Murals :

The word mural is originally taken from Latin word ‘murus’ which means ‘the wall’.Unlike other art forms and paintings, murals have altogether different kind of effect .This form of art dates back to centuries and has been around since many years.Over these years many modifications has been brought upon in this art form.

Paper Quilling :

Paper quilling is a paper craft thought to have begun in sixteenth or seventeenth century.It was considered as leisure or a favourite past time by young ladies in England.It is a simple craft to master and really enjoyable.You just need strips of lightweight paper and a tool to roll the paper one can make different shapes out of it to present it in beautiful form.

Punch craft :

Punch craft is an another form of paper art in which a wide range of different shades of sheets are used popularly known as punch craft sheets.With the help of few simple and easy techniques as well as punch machines one can make really awe inspiring decorative stuffs like cards, gifts, photoframes,bags, decorative pieces etc.

Lamasa :

Lamasa the word is derived from spanish vocabulary which means the ‘dough’.This form of art work involves use of dough to create decorative items having an aesthetic appeal to it. It is a Spanish form of artwork. The most amazing aspect of this art is that, the dough is made of simple plain mixture of flour and oxide to create aesthetic things like trays, frames, decorative pieces, etc.

Meenakari :

Meenakari, a very popular form of art is favourite in rajasthan and north india region.The actual purpose of this artwork is meant for jewellery designing but we have added a lot of variety by crafting it on trays, jewellerys, stones, etc.The word ‘meena’ stands for ‘enamel’ and ‘kari’ for the art, means art of enameling.The final effect of meenakari gives a look similar to stained glass paintings.

Tanjore :

Tanjore or thanjavoor style of paintings are widely followed by people from tamilnadu region.Many maratha princes, tanjore communities,ancestors of vijayanagar dynasty patronized this art of tanjore paintings since 16th century.This art is considered as sacred and pious as the paintings are mostly of gods and goddeses.However we have tried and experimented with this form of art by using different figures ans artistic designs including jewelleries.The alluring point of this art form is that it is done with gold foils and semi precious stones to be adorned upon.

Mix media :

Mix media is mixing of two or more form of mediums of art.Here we have tried and blended three to four form of media viz; ceramic, acrylic, semi precious stones and gold powder to sum it up.It might look similar to tanjore but the difference can be marked out by the usage of gold powder and the costing too.

Water colours :

Water colours dates back to centuries.It is one of the primitive form of art .Earlier the colours were extracted from different types of vegetables and fruits which can be used for paintings.Watercolour paintings are world famous and many renowned artists work in this field.As it has been followed by several generations the styles of watercolour paintings has also changed and went under many modifications, still the basic idea remains the same.


Latest Event

2011-2012 : Exhibition held at nagpur.

Amravati : Workshop on meenakari (2012)

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About the Institute

Kaiga art institute offers a structured and wide range of courses.

Courses include...

  • Meenakari
  • Calligraphy
  • Tanjore paintings
  • Water colours
  • Punch Craft and Paper Quillin
  • Lamasa
  • Mural Designs
  • Mix Media
  • Paper Quilling
  • Pen and Ink and many other art and craft courses.

We teach and conduct classes on regular basis at Nagpur.

We take online orders for all kind of work as mentioned in our site.

We conduct workshops too.

We sketch our own designs and ideas based on something we want to make.

We discuss an idea for a piece keeping in mind the people’s choice as per their liking and experiment it with our more refined techniques.