Category Archives: Painting

My realism

I dreamed of painting the images with powerful brushstrokes for a long time. But finally I became a peace with my very realistic approach because brushstrokes are not for my way of painting. I think that I am an illustrator … Continue reading

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Last painting for the Spolato

I painted very similar image a few years ago. All objects are same but slightly different setting. I love those bottles and marbles. Those colors go so well together. I am going to put this image in the frame tomorrow. … Continue reading

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Framing

I spent 8 hours to make 8 frames today. I did not make any mistakes, but it took quite long. I should have simplified the process, but no….I had to do my usual way. Just over 40 more to go. … Continue reading

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Early Summer

I participated in the North Charleston Art Festival. I showed how to fold paper, Origami, to many children all day long yesterday and today. It was fun but noisy and sticky….children are always very sticky. Now coming back to home, … Continue reading

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Spoleto Festival

The Spoleto Festival is coming soon this month. I will show my works this year again. I am very excited, but at the same time overwhelmed by the tasks I need to take care of before hand. Since I paint … Continue reading

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Almost Summer

We were sitting in our screened¬†porch with a cup of coffee this morning. It was and is such a glorious morning. Everything is fresh and happy. Nice beginning of the summer? Acrylic on Illustration Board ¬† 6″ x 8″

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Rainy Night

It is raining outside. It is more like a storm. Tree branches are wildly moving from one way to the other. But inside of our house is quiet. I just made a cup of strong Darjeeling tea and sitting in … Continue reading

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