The art lovers of the city are exploring the beautiful art pieces by Tribal artist Bhuri Bai. The paintings are put on display at Madhya Pradesh State Tribal Museum.
The paintings made by Bhili painter Bhuri Bai under 'Shalaka' are put on view in the exhibition gallery 'Likhandra' of Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum till September 30.
Bhuri Bai is an Indian Bhil artist. Born in Pitol village of Jhabua district in Madhya Pradesh, Bhuri Bai belongs to the community of Bhils, the largest tribal group of India.
In the museum's 'Likhandra' about 30 paintings under 'Shalaka' are on view. In these paintings, the traditional worldly rituals such as Galabapji, along with the world of forest and modern society, have been carved by senior Bhili painter Bhuri Bai on canvas with her artistic painting skills. In these pictures, animals have a feeling towards their children.
In these paintings, the pictures of animals and birds are beautifully displayed and expressions of public life, dailylife are also showcased in these paintings. At the same time, these paintings seems to be more emotional and not more logical.
In these paintings, modern society and objective people are also displayed through the medium of pictures. Senior Bhili painter Bhuri Bai has been an active participant in many painting camps-workshops.
She has been honored by the Madhya Pradesh government with the highest honor in the field of art, Devi Ahilya Samman and Madhya Pradesh Gaurav Samman.