The painters are camping and working together for a week to create works of art as a symbol of close association between the two countries.
The camp, funded by the India-Bhutan Foundation and organised by SEHER, will provide unique platform for artists to interact and discuss various facets of art and culture in both countries in a number of sessions and seminars, the Indian Embassy said in a statement.
Once the paintings are done, a major art exhibition will be mounted at the Nehru Wangchuck Cultural Centre here and later in New Delhi.
The camp was inaugurated by Indian Ambassador to Bhutan Pavan K Varma here.
The camp comes after the "resounding success" of the India-Bhutan Literary Festival 'Mountain Echoes' held last month in which about 70 Indian, Bhutanese and international authors besides personalities from the world of theatre, film, music, art and culture besides others got together to discuss culture and literature of both countries.