​Learning Topics:

Calligraphy    Basic Drawing & Painting    Free Hand Sketching    Stick Drawing     Block Drawing      Life of Act    Body Language   Head/Skull Study  Portrait

Life Drawing  Landscap   Composition   Perspective    1,2,3,4 Point Perspective   Vanishing Point    Eye Level     Face Expression     Design Sense

Colour Sense/Therapy     Element of Painting     Story Boarding    Drapery Study   Camera View    Character Making    Texturing  Rendering   Flip Book

Presentation   Anatomy Study   Light and Shade   Logic of Reflection    Modern and Creative Art    Reproduction    Clay Modelling   Foliage    Calligraphy

Illustration   Cartoon   Caricature    Installation   Video Art    MEDIUM AND TEACHINQUES     


Oil Colour     Water Colour   Poster Colour     Charcoal     Pencil Shading     Acrylic Colours    Photo Colours    Collage    Dry Crayons    Oil Pastel     Pen & Ink

Glass Painting   Hatching     Doodling    Reverse Shading     Spatula/Knife work    Smoke Painting     Mix Media     Marble Painting    Mirror Painting    Spray Work

Fabric    Art and Craft   Soft Toy Making   Decoupage   Flower Making   Dry Leaf Work   Art and Waste Material    Marble Painting    Pot Making  Glass Painting

Skill Painting     Tanjore   Metal Painting     Stain Glass     Ceramic Embossed      Paper Mache      Collage     Thermacol Work    Framing    Nib Painting

Sand Painting     Textile Designing      Murals    Mosaic     Relief Work with P.O.P    Fresco   Wall Painting      Graphics    Screen Painting    Linocut   Lithography

Wood Cut   Block Printing    Mono print     Additional Art  Photography  Art through Computer  Photoshop    Paint Coral Draw   Theory 1 (History of Art)

Indian Art     Western Art    Japanese Art     Chinese Art      Persian Art   Great & Contemporary Artist    Theory 2 (Aesthetic)   Six Limbs of Indian Art

Western Philosopher      Plato      Aristotle     Kant    Freud    Croce      ndian Philosopher    Bharat Muni     Shemendra     Coomarswamy   Abhinav Gupta

Beauty and Rasa     Theory 3 (Method and Material)    Etching & Lithography   Canvas Making      Framing      Exhibition & Display

Course Details

01/ Diploma of fine arts - Painting
Duration: 1 to 2 years
Qualification: 12th Pass
Summary: Still life, Composition, Illustration, Oil colour, Water colour, Smoke Painting, Sand Painting, Western art, Persian art

02/Diploma of fine arts - Applied Art
Duration: 1 to 2 years
Qualification: 12th pass
Summary: Advertisement Poster design, Brochures design, T-shirt design, E-Mailers, Online Banner, Book layout & covers, Product design

03/Hobby courses
Duration: 1 month, 3 month, 6 month, 1 year
Summary: Free hand sketching, life drawing, calligraphy, Acrylic Glass Painting, Spray work, Photography ceramic embossed, Model painting.

04/Entrance Preparation
Duration: 1 month, 3 month, 6 month and 1 year
Qualification: 10th pass
Summary: Free hand sketching, Life drawing, Calligraphy, Landscape, Composition, Foliage, Photography, Cartoon, Caricature.


Drawing Preparation
Free hand Drawing
3rd style drawing
Figure drawing (Basic)
Animal study, Birds Study, Landscape practice, Nature Study
Different Techniques:
Various Shading techniques: Hatching, Cross Hatching, Squirkling, Soft shading, hard textural shading.
Stippling, slinky pencil shading
Clay Modelling Techniques
Handling of Clay
Preparing the Clay
Adding & Removing Clay
Creating Smooth and Rough texture
Understanding of Clay tools
Sculpture Techniques
Study of Building Armature for clay project
Making a mold (Negative image) of original work
Casting in P.O.P, White Cement & breaking the mold
3 Dimensional Works in Clay
Study of 3d Different shapes like Pyramid, Cube, cylinder, Cone etc.
Figurative Sculpture
Animal & Birds sculpture
Realistic Forms
Semi Abstract & Complete Abstract Sculpture
2d or Relief Work in Clay
Relief sculpture is sculpture that protrudes from a flat surface or plane There are three main types of Relief work:
High Relief
Mid Relief
Low Relief

Preparation of clay
Handling of clay
Use of different tools in clay modeling
Preparation of armature
Moulding and casting
Study of different texture in clay modeling
Study of Low relief, Medium relief and High relief
Study of different techniques in relief sculpture
Figure study from photograph of various angle
Portrait study
Detailed study of Hands, feet and drapery
Understanding of three dimensional formations
P.O.P, White Cement
Fibre Glass, Iron and Scrap
(Only rudiments of these topics will be covered.)
Importance of methods and materials
Nature and characteristics of Sculpture mediums

Fine Art Courses - 
Special Features
A/C Class Rooms
Transport Facility
Highly Qualified & Experienced Faculty
Advanced Infrastructure
Artistic Atmosphere
Regular Exhibition Visits
Updated market Knowledge
Interaction with Contemporary Artists
Out Door Trips for Sketching & landscape
Theory Notes
Educational Tour
Mega Annual Art Exhibition
Note: Individual Home Tuition & Group Home Tuition available

Entrance Preparation for B.F.A
In the Preparation program student will be covering all important Content of the course required for any Fine Art College (College of Art, JAMIA MILLIA ISLIMA, JJ School of Art etc.).Student also prepares International Universities for Entrance Exam.

Free Hand Sketching & Drawing
Practice of figure sketching, Body Proportion, Surrounding

Still life with Detail Shading (medium Pencil)
Practice of Different Texture, Volume
Practice to complete the sheet in given time

Practice of various surroundings. Example: Railway Station, Fair, Scene and many more.
Drawing from memory through pencil sketch on themes from day to day experiences.

Entrance preparation for NIFT & NID
Student preparing for NIFT & NID will be covering
Free hand Sketching
Perspective Drawing
Combining and composing given three dimensional.
Creating interesting two dimensional using given shapes and forms.
Creating visual harmony using colours in given composition.
Portrait Preparation
Mock Interview

Entrance preparation for NATA
Test -1: Drawing Test, NATA
This is a two hour paper where candidate has to attempt two Questions. One of the questions has two sub Question.
The drawing aptitude is judged on the following aspects:

Ability to sketch a given object proportionately and rendering the same in visually appealing manner.
Visualizing and drawing the effects of light on the object and shadows cast on surroundings.
Combining and Composing given three dimensional elements to form building or structural form
Creation interesting two dimensional compositions using given shapes and forms.
Creating visual harmony using colour in given compositions. Understanding of scale and proportions.
Drawing from memory through pencil sketch on themes from day to day experiences.

Test -2: Aesthetic Sensitivity Test, NATA
This is computer based test of one hour where candidate has to answer 40 multiple choice questions.

The aesthetic sensitivity test measures perception, imagination and observation, creativity and communication along with architectural awareness and comprises of

Visualizing three dimensional objects from two dimensional drawings.
Visualizing different sides of three dimensional objects.
Identifying commonly used materials and objects based on their textural qualities.
Analytical reasoning Mental Ability, Imaginative comprehension and expression Architectural awareness


Entrance preparation for JEE-MAINS (B.ARCH)
In Drawing & Painting, you learn to perceive rad and translate the visual world into personal forms of pictorial expression and representation. You acquire knowledge of theory, history and criticism as you develop your relationship to the physical production

Part -1: Drawing Test
Three dimensional- perception:
Understanding and appreciation of scale and proportion of objects, building forms and elements, colour texture, harmony and contrast.
Design and Drawing of geometrical or abstract shapes and patterns in pencil.
Transformation of forms both 2D and 3D union, subtraction, rotation, development of surface and volumes, Generation of plan, elevations and 3D Views of objects.
Creation two dimensional and three dimensional compositions using given shapes and forms.
Sketching of scenes and activities form, street scenes, and landscape.

Part -2: Aptitude Test
Study of Figures.
Place Buildings, Objects & Materials.
Texture related to Architecture and build environment.
Study of three dimensional objects.
Different Perspective Angles of Building & Objects.


Certificate hobby courses
KALASRISHTI offers flexible modules in portrait painting. A student can pursue 1 month to 3month courses to learn portrait in different mediums like pencil, oil and water colour.

Still life
Study of different objects and materials like cloth, Wood, glass bronze. China clay, terracotta, etc. A student can pursue 1 month to6 month course in different mediums like pencil. Oil, water colour.

Landscape Study of natural views surroundings, indoor and outdoor both. Students can learn landscape, cityscape or seascape in 3 months to 6 months’ time in different mediums like pencil, charcoal acrylic colour and water colour.

Minimum 3 months program in which a student learn artworks, figurative work, cartoon characters and their movement applicable in books, magazine and blogs etc.

Abstract Art A student can learn abstract art in timeline of 1 to 6 months in acrylic or oil colour


Oil Painting
A student can learn oil painting of realistic form, semi realistic, contemporary or abstract from in time frame of 1 month to 6 months in oil colours.

Acrylic Colour
A student can learn acrylic painting of realistic, contemporary or abstract form in timeframe of 1 month to 6 months in acrylic colour.

Medium Pencil, colour pencil, Oil colour pastels, Charcoal, Acrylic colours and oil colours.


Learning pottery is an interesting craft itself as it is not only gives a learner a joyful hobby kind of experience but also an opportunity to puruse as a career and so one can learn and earn by this awsome craft which is rooted in our land. here, we teach through skillset and knowledge of this course thoroughly from pich work to complete firing techniques and ceramic process.

one can also join in short term courses to just enjoy wheel work or handwork in terracotta and explore ones creativity.

Overview of Fine Arts Degrees
Hi! If you are viewing this video, there is a good chance that you are already somewhat committed to having fine arts as a part of your life in the future. This lesson will review some of the degree options for fine arts programs and investigate types of careers available for fine arts students. Fine arts refers to visual art that is created primarily for beauty and meaning. Examples of fine arts fields are painting, sculpture, drawing, graphics and, recently, many universities are adding theater to their fine arts programs.

As I said earlier, if you are watching this, you probably are already at least somewhat committed to and passionate about a fine arts degree. You probably have a passion for your particular art. And passion is a good thing. But I'm sure you've had others ask you how you intend to support yourself with a degree in fine arts. Their concerns are not unfounded, as there is a relatively high unemployment rate for fine arts students. I hope this lesson helps you see what some of your options will be and gives you more information for making your choice of major.

Fine Arts Majors
Now, one of the most important things to remember about a degree in fine arts is that it is a very competitive program in any university. Most universities will require that you already have established skills in the area of the arts in which you hope to study. A portfolio is a collection of your best work to showcase your current skills. You will need to submit a portfolio with your application to the school. For performing art majors, expect to have to audition for a spot in the program.

The primary degrees available under the fine arts umbrella are:

Film and television
Musical theater
Each area of fine arts is specific, but there are some overlapping courses you should expect to take no matter what field you choose. You will certainly have to complete your school's general education courses. These are courses that cover a wide range of information in many disciplines, normally taken within the first two years of a program. Additional common courses for the arts are courses such as art history and art appreciation. These cover all the arts in general, giving students an understanding of the entire field before they begin to specialize in their chosen area.

Careers in Fine Arts
A 2012 Georgetown University report found that the unemployment rate for fine arts majors is over 12%. While that rate is comparable to a liberal arts degree, it does not account for the many fine arts graduates who are not working within their degree fields.

It is said that artists must suffer for their art, which becomes clear as students begin to try to find work. After completing a fine arts degree, graduates face fierce competition for permanent positions related directly to their degrees. These positions could include:

Artist in an ad agency
Broadway performer
Museum curator


Types of Job Roles Artist (Fine Arts & Commercial Arts)
To pursue a career as an artist, one should have creativity and manual dexterity. There are various artist job profiles that one can target on the basis of their specific interest areas. Following are some of the job profiles for an artist.

Art Directors

They are responsible for the visual style and images in newspapers, magazines, product packaging, and movie and television productions. They oversee the artists and creative workers in an art department and direct them to develop artwork and layouts.

Graphic Artist

They develop graphics and layouts for product illustrations, company logos, and internet websites and are employed in several industries where the need for visually stimulating designs are necessary.


Their job is to draw political, comic, advertising and sports cartoons and to create plots and write captions.


They use their creativity, technical expertise, artistic ability, composition skills and business skills to produce and preserve images that tell a story or record an event.


They create pictures for magazines, books, newspapers and commercial products. They combine hand-drawing and painting with digital media to create complete illustrations.

Jewelry Artists

Jewelry artists make use of their creative and practical skills to design the jewelry. They create or draw designs or models using computer or on paper and meet the expectations of clients by using metal, gems or stones as per their interests.


Their job is to use a variety of techniques to mold and create aesthetically pleasing three-dimensional objects, including carving, shaping clay, chiseling, whittling etc.They cut and carve images out of blocks of wood, plaster or stone.
Tattoo Artists

They use stencils and draw by hand to create original images and text on the skin of their clients. These artists use a variety of styles and colors based on their clients' preferences by using specialized needles.

Employment Sector/Industry for Artist (Fine Arts & Commercial Arts)
There are great employment opportunities for artists in different sectors/ industries which can allows artists to sell their artwork. Some of the top sectors that requires artists are mentioned below:

Publishing houses

Art Studios

Freelance projects

Advertising companies

Fashion houses