My husband works with KPMG Dubai, And it is – bring your children to work -day! Well, he is busy handling all kids and I find myself free. The marker calles out to me and the balloons lay strewn around. So how could I stop myself!
This is a representation of my feeling when I missed real vegetation here in Dubai I indulge in the kalpa vruksha, the wish fulfilling tree, every now and then, it gives me what I love – inner peace This sun hangs in the middle of my stairwell, the sun of Aditi, the power giver for … More More art for peace!
In the last few weeks I have been rediscovering the beautiful blends and possibilities with water colours and brushes and also mixed media. My inspiration always remains in Folk art, of all kinds.
These are some of the pieces I worked on as soon as I came back from the land of Buddhism, the blue lotus, Perehara in Kandy, the stupas in Anuradhapura, the Pulanerva tour, the green hills and the clean fishing waters, the Ceylon spurfowl and other free birds and elephants and peaceful people, culminated into … More Draws from the Lanka land
I had a piece of chart paper lying about and no current orders. It was grey. The colours that came to my mind immediately, were red and white. This is what it turned out to be
Of all the silhouettes, there are some that I cant take my mind off. Buddha tops that list after the mighty Nataraja. After him comes shore temple and the camel in a desert in Rajasthan. This was an order from Bombay, I had a free hand to represent the buddha however I wanted. These are … More Buddha, the artistic silhouette