Showing posts with label indian painting. Show all posts
Showing posts with label indian painting. Show all posts

Thursday, 13 September 2012

Posting...just a little late! :(

Yes, I'm pretty late...I should have and had actually planned for the second posting long time celebrate Janmashtami (the birth anniversary of one of the most popular and favorite God in Hinduism). But then, fate had something else for me...I wasn't well (yes, I was down with jaundice) and was literally out of touch with the virtual world (no internet, no computing...only rest, rest and rest! BORING!!!).

I wanted to paint Lord Krishna and was looking for a subject than can inspire my Krishna...when I unearthed this beautiful Radha-Krishna statue at home!

        This is a Radha-Krishna statue made of wood that I had collected from a mela (fair) last year...
  Finally, I found my inspiration....

                                                     Poster colors on handmade paper


Friday, 10 August 2012

Welcome to 'hued'!

So, here I am, with my first blog post- I'm a little nervous (whether it will be appreciated or not), but a lot more excited (finally I'm doing it!). I have been contemplating on this for a long time; in double minds whether to share with you all, something I learnt to do since my A B C days and something I have been in love with, since God knows when- ART!

Finally, here is 'hued'- my colored world which will be the mirror of my thoughts in canvas and colors.

Thank you for stopping by and wish you happy reading!

Love, Sanjukta


The Tree

                                                       'The Tree'
                                                                Size: A4
                                                                   Medium: poster colors on handmade paper