A new generation of Warli artists has emerged in the wake of their work. They, too, are continuing the legacy of their predecessors by depicting gender-based concerns central to their own life stories.
Anupam Singh, a resident of Mandir Hasoud, is just one of many aspiring young painters who hope to employ this technique to create stunning works of art. She graduated with a BFA in painting from Indira Kala Sangeet Vishwavidyalay in Khairgarh. She dreams of a prosperous career where she can continue in style, Madhubani art, and other folk arts.
Emerging women artists are, over time, bridging the gap between the private and the public, the professional and the political. Their lives, which are no longer in harmony with the patriarchal society they inherited, are reflected in their artworks. They actively contribute to and illustrate their history using the knowledge and skills they have acquired.