Yashoda Art Classes


In nature, light creates color; In a painting, color creates the light!

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My Latest Art Work

I have special interest in Sketching, Water colors, Charcoal, Knife Painting, Oil, Acrylic, Portraits, Tanjore, Madhubani, Nirmal Painting etc. On the right, you will find glimpses of my work and more paintings can be seen in the gallery.

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Painting & Drawing
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There are a variety of courses to offer... starting from basic sketching, oil/acrylic/water colors, and charcoal mediums to more advanced techniques like tanjore paintings, portraits and murals.

You can also learn traditional arts like Warli, Madhubani, and Kalamkari etc.

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Tailoring & Embroidery
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You can start from learning basic tailoring to stitching salwar suites, designer dresses, blouses etc.

Around 40 techniques (e.g. chain stitch, kashmiri, jardosi, mirrors etc.) will be taught as part of Hand as well as Machine embroidery.

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Welcome to Yashoda Art Classes!
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Hi! This is Kavitha. Congratulations! You have reached a versatile artist who is passionate about fine arts. I can help you learn the art that you are looking for using a very personalized approach.

I have more than 12 years of teaching experience on various types of art and across age groups. I started my career at Viman Nagar, Pune in 2004. I moved to Hyderabad in 2010, conducted classes in and around Jubilee Hills and presently I have my institute at OU Colony, Manikonda, just 1km off old Mumbai road.

I also conduct Fashion Design (Embroidery & Tailoring) classes exclusively for Ladies.

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Latest Updates

Aug 15, 2016

Ganesha Idol Making

Conducting a clay modeling workshop on the eve of Ganesha Chathurthi. Pl click here for details.

Aug 1, 2016

Change of Location

We have shifted our institute from Jubilee Hills to OU Colony, Manikonda.

Jan 24, 2016

Rebublic Day

The institute will remain closed on 26th Jan on the eve of Indian Rebublic Day.