Lladró, the world famous Spanish brand known for its high quality porcelain products, has introduced its meticulously crafted Lord Ganesha sculpture. This limited edition collection came to life at a live painting event demonstrated by Lladró’s expert artist, Rosa Belenguerat ITC Sonar, Kolkata
In front of a live audience, Rosa instilled life in the exquisite Lord Ganesha sculpture through a mixture of colours and meticulous artisanshipby decorating it with those particular colours, which are distinctive, traditional symbols of the millenary Hindu philosophy. At the end of demonstration, she finely captured Ganesha’s attributes with infinite details.
Speaking about her experience, Rosa Belenguer said, “The process of instilling life into porcelain sculptures through paint and decoration is beyond doubt the most rewarding task. Perfection can only be achieved through experience, which provides an artist with the confidence to know how to mix glazes and colours, and how to apply them with the necessary precision.”
This is Rosa’s first demonstration tour in India wherein she performs in 6 metro cities. She has been to Singapore, Japan and some European countries for live painting events previously. The India event witnessed the presence of Lladró collectors admiring the brand’s forte in the painstaking hand painting process for each of their sculptures with a wealth of detailing.
Speaking about the event and new collection, Nikhil Lamba, CEO, Lladró India said, “Lladró pieces are skilfully decorated to bring an artistic value of a lifetime. The new Lord Ganesha sculpture is a perfect mix of colours, expressions and craftsmanship. The objective behind launching the sculpture via a live painting event was to let our customers experience Lladró’s intricatehand painting process.”
The limited edition Lord Ganesha includesonly 1800 units and is part of the brand’s festive collection for Ganesh Chaturthi and Diwali.Only a few collectors, with a passion for art or an investment perspective will own one of these porcelain treasures. Each sculpture is priced at INR 4.50 lakhs.