Komoli Craft Venture Private Limited

Komoli Craft Venture Private Limited

Telangana, India

  • Bidriware

    An alloy of zinc and copper (in the ratio 1:16) serves as the main raw material of Bidriware. This alloy is referred to as white alloy because the proportion of copper that is mixed in the alloy is very little as compared to zinc. The reason behind this unequal proportion is to produce the right base which can be turned to deep black in the final oxidization process.

  • Dhokra

    Dhokra Art √ĘÄď Bell Metal Casting √ĘÄď Lost Wax Casting √ĘÄď is not only beautiful but unique also. These artifacts are made from brass and are unique as each piece is made from a new mold which is lost in the process. So every Dhokra artifact is unique in the world. It also, does not have any joints. It comes in one piece as a whole. Since it is completely handcrafted and therefore, the shapes are not perfect, and the symmetries are not mirror image produced like in machine made products.

  • Glass Handicrafts

    Flameworking is used to create artwork, including beads, figurines, marbles, small vessels, Christmas tree ornaments, and much more. It is also used to create scientific instruments as well as glass models of animal and botanical subjects.

  • Iron Sheet Key Hangers

    Etching is the process of using strong acid or mordant to cut into the unprotected parts of a metal surface to create a design in intaglio in the metal (the original process√ĘÄĒin modern manufacturing other chemicals may be used on other types of material). In pure etching, a metal (usually copper, zinc or steel) plate is covered with a waxy ground which is resistant to acid. The artist then scratches off the ground with a pointed etching needle where he or she wants a line to appear in the finished piece, so exposing the bare metal. The √ɬ©choppe, a tool with a slanted oval section, is also used for "swelling" lines. The plate is then dipped in a bath of acid, technically called the mordant (French for "biting") or etchant, or has acid washed over it. The acid "bites" into the metal, where it is exposed, leaving behind lines sunk into the plate. The remaining ground is then cleaned off the plate.

  • Leather Crafting

    Leather Crafting or simply Leathercraft is the practice of making leather into craft objects or works of art, using shaping techniques, coloring techniques or both. The various processes undertaken to make a leather craft are,

    Leather dyeing
    Leather cutting
    Leather Stitching
    Leather Carving
    Leather Stamping

  • Madhubani Paintings

    Madhubani Painting is a rare painting style which originally was done with the use of natural colors and with the help of finely carved wood sticks and freehand. Use of lines drawing is one of the most prominent features of Madhubani Painting. The whole painting is first created by lines across the canvas and a layout is created. Then the artist fills in various shades in between the lines to give the painting its desired look. The painting style is truly folk in nature. The painting finds its place in all houses of Madhubani / Mithila region in the state of Bihar, India.

    In the olden days, the paintings were done all across the mud houses to decorate the external walls of the home. Its so said that, this style of painting originated at the time of the Ramayana, when King Janak commissioned artists to do paintings at the time of marriage of his daughter, Sita, to Lord Ram. The paintings mostly depict nature and natural objects like the sun, the moon, and indigenous plants and animals. Events like births, marriages and festivals, and the themes generally revolve around Hindu deities like Krishna, Ram, Shiva, Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati.

  • Paper Mache

    The traditional method of making Paper Mache (Papier mache) starts with waste paper which is soaked in water for several days until it disintegrates. The excess water is drained and the soaked waste paper, cloth, rice straw and copper soleplate are mixed to form a pulp. This mixture is placed in a mold and left to dry for two to three more days. On the drying of pulp, the shape is cut away from the mold in two halves and then glued again. The surface is coated with the layer of glue and gypsum, rubbed smooth with a stone or baked piece of clay and pasted with layers of tissue paper. A base color is painted on, and a design is added free hand .The object is then sandpapered or burnished and is finally painted with several coats of lacquer.

  • Repousse & Chasing

    Repousse or repoussage is a metalworking technique in which a malleable metal is ornamented or shaped by hammering from the reverse side to create a design in low relief. Chasing is the opposite technique to Repousse, and the two are used in conjunction to create a finished piece. It is also known as embossing. Repousse refers to pushing the metal out from the back side of the piece - Chasing is pushing the metal down from the front. There is a lot of back and forth between Repousse and Chasing when creating a relief. As the metal is moved around it becomes stiff, or work hardened. The metal will crack if the stresses are not relieved.

  • Slate Art

    Carving is the act of using tools to shape something from a material by scraping away portions of that material. The technique can be applied to any material that is solid enough to hold a form even when pieces have been removed from it, and yet soft enough for portions to be scraped away with available tools.

    A piece of slate stone is picked first and then sized according to the concept. The stone some time required finishing on the top as well. The artisan would then place his imagination on the slate in a rough sketch form. In second stage the artisan needs to adopt the carving techniques to get the sketch getting its desired shape and form either by carving a line out or removing some back ground portion by which the design become prominent. The challenge with the artisan is get the sketch design to the foreground by carving and scrapping some portion out of slate. There is no use of color in this art form. Polished slate would appear near black or dark gray in color and the carved, scrapping out portion would appear a little rough on surface and light gray in color. It√ĘÄôs phenomenal that the artisan still manages to bring out his imagination in a picture perfect way.

  • Stone Carving Handicrafts

    Carving is the act of using tools to shape something from a material by scraping away portions of that material. The technique can be applied to any material that is solid enough to hold a form even when pieces have been removed from it, and yet soft enough for portions to be scraped away with available tools. Carving, as a means for making sculpture, is distinct from methods using soft and malleable materials like clay or melted glass, which may be shaped into the desired forms while soft and then harden into that form. Carving tends to require much more work than methods using malleable materials.

    Inlay is a decorative technique of inserting pieces of contrasting, often colored materials into depressions in a base object to form patterns or pictures that normally are flush with the matrix. In a wood matrix, inlays commonly use wood veneers, but other materials like shells, mother-of-pearl, horn or ivory may also be used. Colored stones inlaid in white or black marbles, and inlays of precious metals in a base metal matrix are other forms of inlay. Master craftsmen who make custom knives continue a tradition of ancient techniques of inlaying precious metals; additionally, many new techniques which use contemporary tools have also been developed and utilized as well by artisans.

  • Wire Art

    In India many artists make this rare kind of wire art using copper wire and this is yet very different from the conventional wire art which we see across the world. In all the wire art depicted on Komoli.com, the artist has sketched his imagination on soft board laminated with cotton cloth using copper wire. The copper wire has been passed through the surface of the soft board many a time and finally the sketch would come alive. To decorate the sketch further, spiral shape of copper wire has been created and placed appropriately. To give the sketch more realistic and make it alive, copper wire of different thickness would be used to depict different strokes of the lines. Imagination & Excellence!!!!!

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