Painting art (the god appearance) is traditionally considered two different types of art, distinctions among an image, a concept, and a words are rather predictable. Artists do not make a copy of their own observations, but they set themselves the task of realizing the presence of human objective reality and its position in the universe. Concepts that are, images of fantasy or memory – appear in a person’s mind by means of imagination and have no physical inducement. The transitional position from image to concept is ill-studied in the psychology of perception.
The concept, a virtual and invisible material, makes an artist create on a canvas an artist paints a picture without using brushes, but in his or her own mind. Even if artists create their paintings in the open air, they do not copy reality but seek harmony between their thoughts and their emotional state. Scenery is a reflection of the artist’s mind. Both consciousness and imagination run through the works of both writers and artists. “Art is creative thinking, in other words, it is thinking through images”.
One of the outstanding art which is known by its own tradition is bottle painting with warli art which is their love for music, dance and rituals. They dance on the tune of music (a wind musical instrument) for centuries. The Tarpa is a long protruding, phallic shape instrument prepare by Warlis themselves and its size varies from one to six feet. According to sources, it is said that the Painted World of Warlis the Tarpa dance is performed by the youngsters and the elderly people enact as an audience. The dancers never turn their back to the Tarpa and another interesting aspect of the Tarps dance is its movement pattern which is anti-clock in nature.
Warli is the name of the largest tribe found on the northern outskirts of Orissa, in eastern India. The word “Warli” comes from “warla” which means a piece of land or a field despite being in such close proximity of the largest metropolis in India, Warli tribes are still not urban. Warli Art was first discovered in the early seventies. While there are no records of the exact origins of this art, its roots may be traced to as early as the 10th century AD. Warli is the vivid expression of daily and social events of the Warli tribe of Orissa, used by them to decorate the walls of village houses. This was the only means of transmitting folklore to others who are not acquainted with the written word.
Artisan typically use all dark colours as a background, by applying the colors from the nature like Henna, Indigo, Ocher, Black, Earthy mud and Brick red etc. But one would always Experiment with background colour. Can even combine two colours to make the background. Just like half red and half black in the bottle art as seen in the paintings.
It is made with an outline of a square drawn on the inside of the house wall. They start filling up the squarish frame towards inside from these four lines with geometrical strips. In the corners, figures of moon, sun, comb and ladder is drawn with Tarpa (a wind musical instrument) and Ghangli (a string instrument).
Bottle Paintings are characterized by the simple style employed to say the profoundest things. Bottle Painting The use of color is restricted to a stark white against earthen backgrounds. Geometric designs dominate most paintings; dots and crooked lines are the units of these compositions. The monochromatic tribal paintings express various folk imaginations, beliefs and customs. The whims and moods of tribal life make for interesting themes, which is why Warli Paintings are much more than designs on walls, they are authentic depictions of a way of life. However, the philosophy of a way of life, especially those of tribal societies, is best depicted through colorful images.
Miniature Art Painting Techniques combine most of the objects in geometrical shapes, added with a border to make it look more attractive. Washing miniature art painting technique wherein extremely diluted paint is put in the folds and low points of the painting. Combine figures with beautiful patterns like peacock, well, trees etc. are few of the familiar pattern for the bottle painting.