Madhubani Art: Forest of Honey 

The Art from a sacred land  

Open Ealing, Unit 14, School Lane, Dickens Yard, Ealing, W5 2TD


Classes back in September 

Limited to 10 Spaces, please book or email me at to reserve a space and avoid disappointment. 


Madhubani Art : The Art from a sacred land  


Join me on a guided mindfulness journey through an art form dating back to the 7th century AD.


On arrival you will be greeted with a starter pack with everything you need for the class. 


The first hour includes a warm-up exercise using a bespoke-pattern sheet. These sheets are designed to help you learn how to create complex border designs using simple shapes. With each class you attend you will receive a new training sheet with new patterns to practice. 

To create your final piece you will be shown a selection of templates to pick from, and references will be provided for inspiration and as a starting point. I will be taking you step by step in the art of Madhubani Painting. By the second half of the class you will be in a deep relaxed mindful state as you complete your own beautiful masterpiece. 

You get to take back the beautiful painting that you make, and you will be emailed a pdf Handout of useful resources designed by me.


My workshops are designed to provide a space to connect and bring people together whilst doing art mindfully and increasing a feeling of wellbeing and creative revitalisation.

The workshop is held in the newly built and well-ventilated room at OPEN Ealing. We arrange the seating to maximise social distancing whilst maintaining the enjoyment of a group session. Classes are limited to 10 people and everyone has their own 2m table.

The cost of this Madhubani workshop includes a starter pack. (If you received a starter pack in a previous class you will be topped up with a new training sheet and a new template to select from. 

•    Plastic wallet/folder 

•    An Exclusive/bespoke pattern training worksheet

•    Carbon paper and tracing paper sheet. 

•    Paper Palette 

•    A4 Khadi handmade paper

•    A drawing template to select from 

•    Madhubani reference sheet. 


No prior experience required and can be enjoyed by all age groups.  

All Materials provided to use during the workshop: 

1.    Pencil

2.    Eraser

3.    Ruler

4.    Black marker pen

5.    Acrylic Paints/ water colours/ and Brushes

6.    References


All are welcome, no experience is needed and all resources & materials are provided for attendees aged 12+.

Anyone attending my workshop will be added to my VIP mailing list if they wish so that they can receive invites to my future exhibitions and PV events. 

All bookings receive a confirmation by email, please be sure your check your paypal account email address junk mail or spam folder.



Catherine Smith

I have now completed 3 classes and enjoyed each one. Komal can teach people of different ability and experience while creating a lovely learning atmosphere. Komal’s introduction to, and explanation of Madhubani Art is clear and insightful, and the whole experience is positive and encouraging. I look forward to booking more classes.

Unit 14, School Lane, Dickens Yard, W5 2TD