Wednesday, October 28, 2009


This was done from a photo that my husband took on our recent trip to Rishikesh, a spiritual Indian town, also my birth place and hometown. My husband took a lot of pictures here , in the early morning sun.It was a time for prayers and meditation. This lady was also busy reading her holy book. She is wearing sffron robs, a color of spirituality, sacrifice and salvation.
The scene around here in the early morning looks very serene with lots of sadhus meditating and praying .
I always love quietly sitting on the ghats or roaming at the riverbank ; its immensely peaceful here. Ganga , or the Ganges, as it is globally called; is purest at this juncture, just flowing down from hills of Himalaya.
watercolor on 16"x10" paper

Friday, October 9, 2009

Joy Ride

A moment to cherish -- father-son duo enjoy a walk in nature. Childhood is fun, isn't it!
Watercolor, 7"x10"

Monday, October 5, 2009


This is Meghna, younger sister of my husband.Very vivacious, very charming, always ready to help! She is very fond of posing and loves being clicked....So last time she visited, I took this picture and promised her that I would paint her portrait very soon....I am going to give it to her on Diwali! I think it would make her happy!
I am a little worried about likeness factor..what's your take?
Water colors A3 ( 42cmX30cm) cold pressed 140 lb paper

Thursday, October 1, 2009


This is the grand daughter of a dear fellow blogger Sandy . You can see the original photo at her blog.The girl is beautiful and looks like an I asked Sandy if I could paint her and she agreed --that was very nice of her....So here it goes.I hope Sandy likes it!
Water colors on 200lb paper