I painted this on two canvases, one 8*12 and the other 12*16 inches, and it looks insightful both together as well as as singlets. It took me more than 2 months to complete this. I put every color I had into this piece. It has all the elements of an abstract paintning: colors, geometry, space and it gives you an open opportunity for its interpretation. Before this I used to be afraid to use black acrylic due to its dominant nature. During the course of this painting I have used an aweful lot of black and I just love how it came out on canvas. ❤
The Calm Budhha
After a vibrant color palette, this time I chose the coolest color in this planet i.e. green and blue. A tint of gold is also used in this painting to incorporate the royalty. I was working on human face, still I managed to get those beautiful eyes almost right. For the first time I worked with glazing medium. It really makes working with layers of colors fun.
A girl in Red
Well, I took up my paintbrush in my hand after two years and wanted to paint something visually pleasing. The most vibrant colors I found was chrome yellow and red and look what a beautiful piece came out of that.
“When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you achieve it.” – Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist When I was young, I had a voracious curiosity for the arts and sciences. I loved to sketch and enjoyed going to museums with my parents and siblings. They were big on opening their children’s eyes beyond […]
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