Pichwai is a sanskrit word, Pich in sanskrit means 'back' and Wai means 'hanging'.Pichwai painting style is an Indian traditional art form which originated hundreds of years ago in the backdrop of Shrinath Ji temple situated in Nathdwara town of Rajasthan.
Pichwai art belongs to the Mewar school of textile paintings. This art is essentially a pictorial narrative of enchanting tales of Lord Krishna.
Our Imagineers hail from rural area of India.They work on a single peace of these fine arts for weeks. A stretched hand spun cloth and handmade paper is used as base medium. Natural stones are hand crushed and mixed with natural binder to create natural colors. Imagineers use brushes made of natural hair sources with wooden handles. In all,the entire process followed in creating these illustrative art form at Imagineers Studio is completely environment friendly creating minimum carbon footprint in line with original tradition.
“I am a proud collector of several beautiful Indian Traditional paintings by Imagineers — and I owe it to Imagineers for introducing me to there work. I simply loved there unique original art.”
“...From seeing a piece of art that I liked to hanging it on my wall, all aspects were easy and it felt like I had a personal assistant throughout the whole process.”
“I was really impressed with the quality of the work that I received from Imagineers studio. I love knowing that I’m supporting local artists from India.”
“I've always collected more traditionally-styled artwork, but I just really love Imagineers Pichwai artwork. I enjoy looking at these works every day, so a big thanks to Imagineers Studio for broadening my taste in art.”
“I look at the Shri Nathji painting often throughout the day, especially when I’m feeling stuck or overwhelmed, and instantly feel better, inspired and energized.”