Welcome to Artisan Soul, your gateway to the mesmerizing world of authentic Dokra art from Odisha. Our collection showcases the intricate craftsmanship of tribal artisans, particularly the exquisite Tribal Lady figurine. Each piece is a testament to the rich cultural heritage and artistic traditions of Odisha.
Discover the Beauty of Dokra Art
Dokra art is a traditional form of metal casting that originated in Odisha and is practiced by the tribal communities of the region. It involves the use of the lost-wax technique, where a clay core is covered with wax and then coated with a mixture of clay, cow dung, and rice husk. The wax is melted, leaving behind a hollow mold into which molten metal is poured. The result is a unique and intricate metal artwork that captures the essence of tribal life and culture.
The Exquisite Tribal Lady Figurine
One of the highlights of our collection is the Tribal Lady figurine. Crafted with utmost precision and attention to detail, this figurine portrays the grace and beauty of tribal women. The intricate jewelry, traditional attire, and delicate facial features are a testament to the skill and artistry of the tribal artisans.
Each Tribal Lady figurine is a unique piece of art, handcrafted with love and passion. The use of traditional techniques and materials ensures the authenticity and cultural significance of the artwork. Displaying this figurine in your home or office not only adds a touch of elegance but also serves as a reminder of the rich cultural heritage of Odisha.
Supporting Tribal Artisans
By purchasing our Tribal Lady figurine, you are not only acquiring a beautiful piece of art but also supporting the livelihoods of tribal artisans. The Dokra art form has been passed down through generations, and by promoting and preserving this traditional craft, we contribute to the empowerment and economic well-being of these talented artisans.
At Artisan Soul, we are committed to fair trade practices and ensuring that the artisans receive a fair price for their exquisite creations. We work directly with the tribal communities, eliminating middlemen and ensuring that the benefits reach the artisans and their families.