Little news at Gouache! Still got some progress to make but having fun. I love the contrast it allows. Had been an unexpected week. But gouache has to go on. This is my space to keep me strong!
Gouache on paper.No Wait, my first (self-taught) gouache on paper.Very recently I came across this form of art and when I googled and grammed it, I realised how visually arresting it is! After spending enormous amounts of hours in watching tutorials, finally gave it a try.I would be lying if I say it is similar... Continue Reading →
For artists who like to touch the spine of the pencil, run their hands on the canvas, are aroused by the sound of pencil rubbing and get high on giving the finishing touch.I don’t even remember when was it the last time I sketched. Before Inaaya maybe and she is almost 2 years now. Even... Continue Reading →
It often crosses my mind what is to be strong? Travelling alone at night on a cold foggy road or living life independently or both ? No one’s born strong! When life throws its tantrums, you become tough. Yes, I bounce back too when I come cross unmatched perception. How about you?
artist : Attreyee Paul Before we go eons and eons back, let us first know what is 'Ardhnarishwar'! Splitting up we get Ardha – half, Nari – woman, Ishwar – Lord which is the Lord who has the feminine form in half of his body. Though there are many parallel tales behind this concept but... Continue Reading →
Truly powerful women don’t wait around for people to give them permission to resurrect themselves. Crucify them or burn them at the stake and they will do what comes naturally – they will be reborn, each and every time. - Shahida Arabi source : https://thoughtcatalog.com/shahida-arabi/
Eminent founder of Buddhism, Lord Buddha attained “ Enlightenment under the Bodhi tree. Born to a wealthy king in the Himalayan foothills of Nepal, between sixth and fourth B.C., it was destined of him to become the emperor of India. Then, one day, after 29 years of luxurious life, Buddha (then called Siddhartha Gautama) left his palace to see the... Continue Reading →
The Buddha awoke by recognising that all of creation, from distraught ants to dying human beings, is unified by suffering. Recognising this, the Buddha discovered how to best approach suffering. First, one shouldn’t bathe in luxury, nor abstain from food and comforts altogether. Instead, one ought to live in moderation (the Buddha called this... Continue Reading →