Father-Son Bond…

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Warli Art

Warli painting is a style of tribal art  in India. The simple pictorial language of Warli painting is matched by a rudimentary technique. The Warli only paint with a white pigment made from a mixture of rice paste and water, with gum as a binder on dark red-black background. A bamboo stick is chewed at the end to give it the texture of a paintbrush.

But, I tried it with my favorite black gel pen and marker 🙂

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Old work using Oil-pastels..

Working with crayons and oil-pastels is always fun for me. They are so easy to blend in the colurs. Whenever I get time I grab the box of crayons n pastels (if I am not sketching with pen…dats my favourite 🙂  ) n start blending the colors ! n the result is here in less time! Here’s the collage of my old work.

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Radha Krishna :)

Posting after long time.:)

On one chilly morning in tender warmth of sun I was in my balcony with a cup of coffee + writing pad+my black gel pen…an awesome atmosphere to thinking about love …eternal n devotional. Had this sketch of Radha Krishna…the tale of eternal magical love and devotion.  🙂

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Lord Ganesha- Acrylics on canvas

 

Painted ganesha on canvas…After sketches n doodles I just came back to my favourite style…abstracts in warm colours 🙂

I used acrylics medium which gave it smooth soft finish…looks cool in spot light in my living room…

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Ganesha Painting_ by Samiksha

 

My first try for “Coffee Painting”

SAM_2248I tried coffee painting…and it just fascinated me..!! Coffee is such a wonderful medium to work with which gives extraordinary “antique” effect to paintings…Just we need Coffee powder, water ,brush and your power of “imagination” 🙂

This one is an abstract of a lady painted with coffee….