Coffee the drink that so many people depend on to get their day started is not only a tasty morning booster, it’s also a great medium to make some really interesting art. Arfé is the creation of artworks by staining with coffee. The term was coined by Puerto Rican artist, Francisco Rivera Rosa, describing his paintings of using coffee. The word comes from a combination of the words art and café. Thus, arfé is a portmanteau. It is sometimes spelled arfe. This art is also known as simple as ‘Coffee Painting’ or ‘Coffee Art’.
Materials required to make a coffee paintings (Coffee, 3-4 small containers, Water, Paintbrushes, Paper and Imagination)
This demonstrations is brought to you by Kala Kumbha 2015 , an Initiative by Ruchir Art Gallery in Nashik
Shrey Kondhiya is an internationally published photographer with a degree from London College of Fashion (BA Hons. Fashion Photography)
Having a total work experience of seven years as a fashion photographer and working with private clients and Ad agencies. A highly talented and flexible photographer with a proven record of delivering creative and innovative photography solutions. An upheld ability of developing projects from inception through production to final delivery, ensuring that all work is effective, appropriate and delivered within agreed timescales.
- “Major Project” – L.S.Raheja. All India Photographic Trade & Industry Association. Mumbai 2006
- “Major Project” – L.S.Raheja. All India Photographic Trade & Industry Association. Mumbai 2007
- “Capsule #3” – Richard Young Gallery. London 2011
- “Fashionstyleology” – Gallery Different. London 2013
For Details: http://shreykondhiya.com/
Date & Venue:
Time: 6.00 PM
Date:5th Sept 2015, Saturday
Ruchir Art Gallery: 2,Panchganga apt,Behind Nilesh Super Market,Chandak Circle, Nasik (Nashik), India 422009