… I was at the park and the boys were playing… I decided to stroll along the walking path. There was one patch of garden by the side of the path that had golden flowers fallen like a carpet. The green grass on that patch seemed a lot more happier than in any other patch. … More My first random pookolam
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
What could be better than a marriage of neli kolams and pallanguzhi?
A client trusted me this ! I heard of Bapu only from her. A great artist that he was, some of his paintings are so beautiful in terms of expression. I wish to try more of his works.
I decribed it this way to a friend – ‘It is like having Benedict Cumberbatch in front of you and being tied to the wall two feet away from him’ Any chore that kept me from my painting felt unimportant. It is a romance, between me and the painting taking shape, slowly growing into this … More Tree of life – kalpavruksha
Anything for painting!Sarang had to take a few print outs for math calculations to school, stuck on cardboard, to be used for the whole year. It was Sunday night by the time I figured out my printer! Worse – my memory failed me yet again.. The trip to the stationery shop had not happened either. … More Math and mum’s madness!!
Life is chaotic, sometimes more than we would like it to be. Last night I dreamt of two peacocks sitting rather shyly or should I say sadly on my open window. They were both different in size and adored different coloured feathers. These birds were sitting fairly close to me. I extended my fingers to … More Pale contours