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WELCOME TO "MAKE ART IN INDIA®"

A Collaboration within the Art of Sculpture between Skilled Indian Masters
and Talented Artists from the whole World.

ABOUT US

Global Stone Workshop® and Creative Sculptors started 2014 the project “Make Art in India” together with Master of Art R. Ravindran, founder of the Navajeevan Metal Sculptors and Master of Art K. Ramesh, founder of the Manasa Wood Creations.

The goal is to collaborate with artists from both India and abroad to produce large artworks in Stone, Bronze and Wood with the ambition of bringing together the Artists Creativity with the skill of the Indian Craftsmen.

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MAKE ART IN INDIA

Creative Sculptors, Navajeevan Metal Sculptors and Manasa Wood Creations are now
collaborating under a Swedish-Indian cultural organisation called Make Art in India.

“MAKE ART IN INDIA®” moves principally on three fronts:
– Stimulate a deeper collaboration between Indian and Foreign Artists by connecting them to Art Institutions, Indian and International Art Fairs, Art Museums etc. for the production of non-traditional Artworks and Art Installations.

– As Experts in most techniques related to the production of durable artworks, “MAKE ART IN INDIA®” intend to collaborate with Artists, Architects and Builders to create and/or identify artworks to be placed in buildings, recreation parks, industries etc

– As Experts in important art monuments and religious installations, “MAKE ART IN INDIA®” is interested in producing major national/ international exhibitions and in structuring exhibitions spaces, museums and exhibitions halls.

The Partners within “MAKE ART IN INDIA®” have the skills, the experience, the logistic and the economic strength to implement large and complex Art Projects and Installations.

The three workshops offer a wide range of services, from different kinds of stone/ concrete/ wood sculptures to metal and fibre castings, reliefs and decorations.

Partners within “MAKE ART IN INDIA®” live and work in the same area… the Unesco World Heritage town of Mahabalipuram, Tamilnadu’s “City of Arts”