Monday, March 31, 2014

Milind Sharma Paintings


16" x 12"

Oil on Canvas

(By imagination... a view from train, while going from Aligarh to Delhi)

Lady in Terracotta - Urmi Battu

Pastel on paper 11: X 14"

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Tuesday, March 25, 2014


'The Sunrise', Watercolor on Arches, 12x16 in
By Anuradha Khandekar

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Airport-Drinking water-DPS Bose

Watercolor - Air Port..A Kerala Problem

"Kaleidoscopic" abstract by Manisha Vedpathak

Acrylic on Canvas,74"x50"
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Thursday, March 20, 2014

New portrait study.........

12 x 14 in

                                                                           oil on linen

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

"Tribal Dance"....Acrylic on canvas by Manisha Vedpathak

"Tribal Dance"
Acrylic on canvas,39"x39"
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Acrylic painting by Manisha Vedpathak

Acrylic on canvas, 27.5"x50"
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Sunday, March 16, 2014

Contemporary Buddha...

Buddha in colored pencils...

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Monday, March 10, 2014

Ayanangshu: Rickshaw puller 1,2,3,4,5.

Hand-pulled rickshaws came to India most likely from China during early 20th century. Kolkata is the only city in India, where still you can find hand pulled rickshaws along with Audi and Porsche. According to the statistics, there are 3000 registered, and a few more thousands unregistered, hand-pulled rickshaws on the streets of City of Joy. Although Govt of West Bengal is trying to ban this profession as the very sight of one person pulling other persons, sometimes in bare foot, is itself very painful. In absence of alternative job opportunity or because of difficulties in relocating them in other professions that could not be achieved till date. I felt like painting this hardship of them and hope that Govt can provide them with alternative livelihood

Sunday, March 9, 2014

A Blue-naped Chlorophonia

Drew something after along time. Even then I haven't finished it and don't feel like it too. It's supposed to be a Blue-naped Chlorophonia... But it doesn't look like it :(

Done in colored pencils

Space by Deepa Gopal Sunil


This is an illustration I created when I was in Dubai last year. Inspired from the views there. The traditional and the modern mix.

"Gavlan"...acrylic painting by Manisha Vedpathak

Acrylic on canvas, 35"x35"
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Friday, March 7, 2014

"Vakratunda"...Acrylic painting by Manisha Vedpathak

Acrylic on canvas, 27.5"x50"
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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

An All Women Art Exhibition on the International Women's Day at Bangalore !

An event for the Women of substance , conceived and executed by  Women of Substance !

The Desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of a human soul and also the starting point of all achievements. As women we do not content ourselves with the life we have and hence we desire to do something much more than our potential.

Our  desire to do something different,  works on our humility, patience and stamina. It cannot be rushed and summons the courage in us to hurtle ourselves in our dreams. And all that is beautiful about us lives here today.

Women are so actively involved in changing our communities through various fields such as literature, music, dance, medicine, sports, social service and of course in Art. The feminine spirit carries with it incredible gifts of peace and strength, which is needed so badly in this world of chaos. Indeed a blessing.

“AKANKSHA”  was conceived last  October during one of our Group shows. The aim of Akanksha was to realize all those artistic dreams of the lovely and passionate emerging women artists who are not able to showcase their  works anywhere. Akanksha was  conceptualized by 3 emerging artists namely Shyamala Ramanand, Usha Rai and Kavitha Prasanna, who have undergone various struggles as self taught artists and understand the passion and energy shown by emerging artists. This is a platform for them.

For the first time in Bangalore,  Akanksha brings together  the realization of the dreams and desires of 50 passionate women artists to share  their rich, vivid and vibrant creative works of art that might be rare and untapped.

We welcome all those 50 artists today, for our first show.

So please come and celebrate with us to discover, appreciate the visual treat and take a fancy to what you may love…….

Monday, March 3, 2014

Solitary - Kasturi Borkotoki

10 x 12 "
Oil on canvas with palette knives


A lone woman who dares to walk the streets alone, who is ready to take on the world on her own! Boldness is a virtue that only a few possess! What lies round the corner? What awaits in the next alley? Whatever it may be, she is ready to tackle it!