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There are very good art & craft exhibition using sea shells like Church, Taj mahal, Shiva temple, Ganesh.. Also many other art exhibition made out of all kinds of waste material.. Entry fees is just 40Rs and is much worth it, and you get lots...More
Exquisite craftsmanship of the Guinness Book of Records holder of the largest sculpture using sea shells, besides other art featuring innovative media ranging from peanut shells and candy wrappers to garlic peels and jute sacks. Well worth a 30 min walk around on the road...More
I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
This place is a gallery of sculptures, big and small, made from different types of shells. You visit this place and you would realise the mastery of the maker as he/she has made everything solely out of shells, figurines, buildings, flowers,...More
A beautiful art work of Sea Shells made by the artist Smt. Radha Mallappa is worth seeing. The amount of effort put behind creating each of those beautiful art pieces runs into a few man years labor. Undoubtedly such dedication has brought her accolades from...More
Met the artist.. understood the effort that goes behind making a Guiness world record sculpture. Sad part it's that there's no Govt of Karnataka or Govt of India backing for this endeavor. She has to foot bills on her own. But if u don't do...More
Thoroughly enjoying visiting here, I love how this museum is really unusual and it is clear that a lot of time and talent has gone into the work. I loved the taj Mahal and it great to see the artists have won awards. Great price...More
This is the newest museum in Mysore, opened in Dec 2017. It may not look great from outside, but the artwork inside is well worth it. There is a fish, trees, penguins, church, Hindu idols and even the Taj Mahal, all made of only sea...More