Artwork #1009, Birds against purple, crochet on canvas. I love waking up to this particular artwork! My paintings will be named with four digit prime numbers hereafter. They may have a worldly name too. Talking of numbers, isn’t it amazing to find constants like pi and e strewn in the universe? In circles and their…
The premise of the book was quite interesting! I am reminded of a trip to Fort Kochi. The shops selling spices in jute bags and wooden boxes resemble what must have been when Vasco da Gama first landed here – and these shops are a favourite with the western tourists.
I just coined the word! It’s love of lighthouses, which is my current mood. I am a little biased towards lighthouses that are red and white. I’ve seen a few, like the beautiful ones in Galle and Beachy head, but there are so many more on my wish-list. Now if only someone would send me…
“What day is it?” “It’s today”, squeaked Piglet. “My favourite day”,said Pooh.
A lovely poem by Roger McGough Mrs Moon sitting up in the sky little old lady rock-a-bye with a ball of fading light and silvery needles knitting the night.
Ever heard of the Pythagorean cup?! It’s a drinking cup that is designed to ensure that the user drinks in moderation, any more, and all the drink spills from the bottom. And this is how it is done! (Picture from wikipedia)
Artwork #1021 Baby whales that like each other, Crochet on cloth I wish I could spend a year in Europe’s museums, just being lost in wonder and taking notes. Been reading up a fascinating write up of Van Gogh’s life and his learning efforts that are so impressive.
““Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.” A dear friend pointed me to this lovely quote by MM.
Word discovery – kalopsia – The delusion of things being more beautiful than they are. The definition must include people also, don’t you think?!
(Crochet on canvas) They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but why are most of us shallow enough to love physical books more than e-books?! And hard-bounds more than paperbacks? I’m longing to read a vintage hard bound story book with old fashioned fonts. And that’s my resolution for the year –…
(Crochet on Canvas) It is that time of the year when the pink tabebuia have bloomed pretty all over the city. This is the closest I can get to seeing Japanese cherry blossoms, which is on top of my wishlist now!
Acrylic on canvas, 12″x12″
The world would have been a more laid back and amorous place!
Says the very talented Rachel Wolchin. I remind myself of this quote each time I catch myself staring into a screen too long. Not that I run off to do some tongue kissing…oh, well!
Sometimes, if you stand on the bottom rail of a bridge and lean over to watch the river slipping slowly away beneath you, you will suddenly know everything there is to be known. A. A. Milne
Have you ever lived life on a “surprise me!” mode?! Imagine going to the hairdresser’s and asking her to surprise you. Can be fun, sometimes! On one of my walks the other day, I had an awesome find of a store. The locality I’ve recently moved into is full of surprises in every corner. This…
Watercolour on paper. There is nothing more charming than a blunt charcoal pencil, is there?! And the sound it makes as it brushes against paper. Dance forms are always a pleasure to sketch. My other flamenco lady is here http://chocolatemarblecake.tumblr.com/post/22323806419/made-with-paper 🙂
Buta and Kuki in particular.
There’s something about the old world that makes it so art worthy! Added the rounded corners to give it the 60′s look.