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. ❤
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.
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.
For the last few months, I am completely in awe with the lord Ganesha’s idol. His round tummy, the baby elephant head and a distinctive appearance, everything is unique about him. And I am more fascinated by the infinite ways in which you can play artistically with that image. On Diwali I made a kandeel with lord Ganesha’s idol on its two of its faces. Yesterday I made a decorative piece for my office desk with crystal Ganesha’s on it.
For that you will need:
Few shiny crystals (I took them from my aquarium 😀 )
Red acylic color, Brush, Scissors, Fevicol
A cardboard of your choice ( I chose a 4”x4”)
Time to make: less than 15 minutes
How to make it: Cut cardboard to the desired size according to crystal’s size. Then paint it with red acrylic. Keep the paint a little thick, move the brush like uniform waves to give the board a textured look and leave it for 4 hours to dry. Thicker the paint, the better will be the texture and the more time it will take to dry. Stick the crystals on the colored cardboard in the fashion shown in the above picture with fevicol or crafty glue. The beautiful crystal Ganesha is ready. You can put it in a golden metallic frame and give your wall an exquisite hanging.