The mud painting frames are another piece of designer art from our esteemed handicrafts endeavor that depict the real Gujarati heritage of art, faith, rich culture, high energy level and finding solace in nature. They are slightly different from our mud work frames in terms of their design. They are mostly not symmetric (that is asymmetric) and consists of pictures that depict the daily activities of Gujarati people especially the villager women of Gujarat taking care of their creative routine activities as of pottery, cattle, crops etc.
The mud painting frames can also be made for any religious purpose for example to serve the decorative part of a religious sketch or painting. A user can also give his special requirements to get a piece of mud painting frames made as per the need of some specific needs. As every other Gurjari Handicraft piece of arts or crafts, these are also completely drawn by hand that is no machines are used to create any drawing works or further finishing, thus adding the fine touch of cultural design works to our every piece of mud painting frames.
There is an amazing new feature of these artistic wonders. A Kutch artist adds a third dimension to these using clay, mud and mirrors to make them look actual, smarter, fuller and better. They are widely available in 2 x 2 feet and 3 x 3 feet sizes so that a user can choose them as per their living rooms or lifestyles.
We never compromise in quality and take great care of the conventional approach with innovative technical ways to facilitate timely refinements. True to the early era Kutch ways, it may take a few days to craft the mud painting frames as every color layer is done separately. They are very durable and stay for life long. A customer can also wash them with care when they get dusty or smudgy to keep them like new.
At Gurjari Handicraft, the experienced artists of Kutch use vibrant colors with exquisite color composition to make every piece of mud painting appear buoyant and as real as the efforts of Gujarati villagers to catch up with the pace of life in these contemporary times when most of the modern people are forgetting their culture.
Thus, it is more of a nexus to re-establish the lost link between the worldly people (esp. who want to live as world citizens) with Indian arts and crafts to re-attain that lost wisdom in the cradle of Mother Nature.