Symphony

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GOND Painting.

Size: 28′ * 19′
Medium: acrylics

The word “Gond” comes from the Dravidian expression kond, meaning “the green mountain.” The work of Gond artists is rooted in their folk tales and culture, and thus story-telling is a strong element of every painting. Gond art comes with the belief that a good image brings good luck. This inherent belief led the Gonds to decorate their houses and floors with traditional tattoos and motifs.

Sometimes Music is the only thing that gets your mind off of everything else, sometimes all you need is music , a symphony to make you feel lost for better.

Water colour Journal…

Medium: Water colour

Water colour seems so easy to paint with but is the most difficult medium to master on. I am learning to do water colours, using no technique and then to try on with is the struggle.  One , Two and three and more with mistakes with flaws in it I will make a masterpiece.     A journey with water colours is the most beautiful one.

Don’t be afraid to try new things. They aren’t all going to work, but when you find the one that does, you’re going to be so proud of yourself for trying …

City Lights

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city scape

Size: 18.5″ *28″
Medium: Acrylics on mount board.
(textured city scape, textures are given by home-made mounting paste and pallet knife.)

“What you need is to find someone who will never let you go who just walk around with you and city lights will guide you home.”

Behind the walls

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pallet knife art

Medium: Acrylic colours with pallet knife
Size: 9″ * 6″
(Palette Knives are blunt with a very flexible steel blade and no sharpened cutting edge. They are primarily used for mixing paint colours, mediums, additives, paste, pigments, and so forth directly on the palette before applying them to a surface.)

 

” We are confined only by the walls we built ourselves”