Still Life Painting

Shows artists how to create paintings of sparkling brilliance and jewel-like colour that look like they have been lit from within just like the exquisite paintings of the Renaissance masters of the 16th and 17th centuries. Artists learn techniques similar to those used by Rembrandt, Raphael, Rubens, and other master painters of the past, including using glazing with colours over a subtle underpainting of tones to achieve the effect of sunlight passing through stained glass. Through the advent of fast drying mediums, artists learn that they will be able to achieve the same richness and luminosity found in the works of the old masters.The only source available that covers how to create mixed-media artworks with an extensive range of mediums


From the French: coller, to glue, is a technique of an art production, primarily used in the visual arts, where the artwork is made from an assemblage of different forms, thus creating a new whole. A collage may sometimes include newspaper clippings, ribbons, bits of coloured or handmade papers, portions of other artwork or texts, photographs and other found objects, glued to a piece of paper or canvas. The origins of collage can be traced back hundreds of years, but this technique made a dramatic reappearance in the early 20th century as an art form of novelty. The term collage derives from the French “coller” meaning “glue”.[1] This term was coined by both Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso in the beginning of the 20th century when collage became a distinctive part of modern art.


PATH OF MUSIC Pvt. Ltd. offers flexible modules in portrait painting. A student can pursue 1 month to 3 months course to learn portrait in different mediums like Pencil, oil, water color. Study of different objects and materials like cloth, wood, glass, bronze, china clay, terracotta, etc. A student can pursue 1 month to 6 months course in different mediums like Pencil, oil, water color. Portrait is a work of art that records the likenesses of humans or animals that are alive or have been alive. A portrait of the art historian Robert Rosenblum (1927-2006) by Kathleen Gilje captures the sitter’s face portrait was completed in 1826 (Art Institute of Chicago). Gilje’s portrait was completed in 2006, several months before Rosenblum’s death in December. Sometimes a portrait includes inanimate objects that refer to the subject’s identity.


There are some basic formulae that have remained largely unchanged over the history of portrait drawing which provide a means for breaking down the structure of the human portrait into its essential parts. Although undoubtedly valuable as guidelines, these rules and processes also allow for individual expression and insight. As a result, they have been widely accepted by artists of diverse backgrounds and artistic styles alike. The head takes the general shape of an egg, with the top half slightly larger than the lower half. As with other body parts, there is considerable variation in the shape of heads, particularly in the jaw region, however, in general, women tend to have somewhat rounder, less angular shaped heads. The Jaw can be thought of as a shelf upon which the top of the face rests. The jaw can project a powerful impression of strength or elegance depending on the form it takes. There are many unique shapes to a jaw and it can often be one of the defining characteristics of people. Regardless of the form it takes, the jaw line should be emphasized to give the head a firm base to rest upon. The Neck takes the form of a cylinder. Careful, do not fall back on childhood habits and draw it as two vertical lines. Although the internal structure does not vary from person to person, the external appearance can vary considerably depending on age, gender, health and positioning. Appearance can be affected by skin elasticity which varies with age and fat deposits can build in this area for many people depending on their health. The key visual difference between genders comes from the greater appearance of the larynx in men. As for positioning, you will notice that as you turn your head to the side, various bones and muscles will be more revealed. In looking up, the appearance of the neck smoothes out once again and so forth.


Study of natural views, surroundings, indoor and outdoor both. A student can learn landscape, cityscape or seascape in 3 months to 6 months time in different mediums like Pencil, charcoal, acrylic colours and water-colour.


Minimum 3 months program in which a student learns artwork, figurative work, cartoon characters and their movement applicable in books, magazines, posters and blogs etc.

Abstract Art

A student can learn abstract art in the timeframe of 1 to 6 months in acrylic or oil colour.

Oil Painting

A student can learn oil painting in realistic form, semi-realistic, contemporary or abstract form in the timeframe of 1 to 6 months in oil colour.

Acrylic Painting

A student can learn acrylic painting in realistic form, semi-realistic, contemporary or abstract form in the timeframe of 1 to 6 months in acrylic colour.


Pencil, Colour pencils, Oil pastels, Charcoal, Acrylic colours, Oil color.


Pencil, Colour pencils, Oil pastels, Charcoal, Acrylic colours, Oil color.

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