Monday, June 29, 2015

Ayanangshu Sarkar : Storm

" I am not afraid of storms for I am learning how to sail my ship". .....Louisa May Alcott

Ayanangshu Sarkar: Window


Ayanangshu sarkar : Dance


" So the darkness shall be the light, and the stillness the dancing"...T S Elliot

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

MILIND SHARMA PAINTINGS

"ROSES"
22" x 16"
OIL ON CANVAS

Monday, June 22, 2015

Soft pastel painting of a landscape from Coorg by Manju Panchal


This is a beautiful scene that we came across while we were on our 
holidays  at Coorg, a beautiful hill station in Karnataka. 
The morning walks through the lush greenery would 
rejuvenate us. The place is a paradise for both 
artists as well as photographers.



Walk in the forest
Soft pastel painting on Fabriano paper
Size 11" x 15"

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Friday, June 19, 2015

'Teal Blue Elephant' by Arti Chauhan

16"x20"
Watercolor on cold pressed paper 200 lb
"Teal Blue Elephant"
A majestic elephant painted in expressive style watercolor, with lots of texture.The painting is aimed at capturing the energy and strength of movement of this massive but graceful animal.
I am a figurative artist who works primarily in watercolors.Kindly visit my blog to see more of my work.Contact me here if you wish to share any thought or ideas.

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Charcoal and pastel work on toned paper by Manju Panchal

Charcoal sketchings


Created the Charcoal sketchings as below on toned paper using charcoal pencil and white pastel pencil. These are more of study works that I do in my spare time to get a better understanding of tree anatomy. 

Original charcoal and white pastel pencil sketching of tree trunk by Manju Panchal

Exposed roots
Charcoal sketching on handmade paper
Size 5"x 7"

Original charcoal and white pastel pencil sketching of tree trunk by Manju Panchal

Tree trunk in the wild
Charcoal sketching on Canson toned paper
Size 5" x 7"

To browse through my other works you can visit my blog 



Art by Meghana Rajesh

This is my first post here ! i'm very excited to be joining this wonderful indian art community.

please do check out my blog link:
http://www.simpleartforthesoul.blogspot.in

My first piece of art that I'm posting here is indeed very special to me. This in one of my early attempts at flowers. It's done with hard pastels on pastel sheet. Dimensions:  29.7 x 42 cm A3 size sheet.

It can surely brighten up any space and would look great in a room with bright walls. This piece is on sale and so are most of my other pieces that can be checked out on my blog as well as my facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/livelovelaughpaint

THANKS!
 --MEGHANA RAJESH



Tuesday, June 9, 2015

MILIND SHARMA PAINTINGS

"OLD DAYS"

22" x 16"

ACRYLICS ON CANVAS

Monday, June 8, 2015

Backyard

Saturday morning, painted a quick watercolour in backyard of my hotel in London.
It was a great sunny summer day, that I just could not resist my self, it`s been few days I seriously didn't find enough relax time to paint landscape and I was badly suffering so, just went for it...
Hope you like it. CHEERS :)

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Soft pastel paintings of Kinnaur and Spiti valley - By Manju Panchal

We made a trip to Himachal two years back and it brought me close to some of the most beautiful places in Himachal Pradesh. I am in the process of converting those memories into paintings on paper using the soft pastel medium. All paintings below are sized 6" x 9".

Soft pastel painting of a landscape from Himachal By Manju Panchal

Deep Below
Soft pastel painting on Canson paper
( A view as seen on the way from Kalpa to Roghi village )

Soft pastel painting of a landscape from Spiti valley of Himachal By Manju Panchal

On the way to Dhankar Monastery
Soft pastel painting on Fabriano paper
( Spiti valley, between Nako and Tabo )

  
Soft pastel painting of a beautiful house from Nako in Himachal by Manju Panchal

The morning light
Soft pastel painting on Fabriano paper
( Beautiful stone houses of Nako village in Spiti valley )

Soft pastel painting of a view from Komic village in Himachal by Manju Panchal

Looking across
Soft pastel painting on Fabriano paper
( At 4513 mts above sea level, a scene from one of the highest villages in Asia
ie Komic village )

More about the above works can be read on my blog www.charcoalspastelsandmore.blogspot.in
All the above paintings are available for sale.
If you wish to purchase you can write to me at manjupanchal@hotmail.com
and I will get back to you.