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Indian Wedding Reception Peg Doll Cake Toppers by Srinithi Raghavan

Peg Dolls

After working on these "Gollu Bommai" wooden dolls, I was super inspired to do more! These teeny 2.5 inch dolls were custom painted to match the outfit we wore at our Wedding Reception. Even though these cake toppers themselves are so small, they really do take hours to complete, and I loved every minute of it. Contact me if you would like to order your own :)

An Arjuna Inspired Tattoo by Srinithi Raghavan

For as long as i've known my husband, he has wanted an Arjuna inspired tattoo but he was never able to pin point the design or style he wanted. As a surprise anniversary present, I designed a tattoo based on everything I knew about him and his style. Design in hand, I took him for his first official Tattoo consultation. Not only was my husband EXTREMELY surprised, but he loved the design right off the bat! A few weeks and a few tweaks later, we were back at the tattoo parlour to get inked.

It was the most nerve wracking experience to know that there was no going back! It was also so humbling to watch someone love my work enough to put it on their body forever. 

Love was made for me and you! by Srinithi Raghavan

It's that season again, full of weddings and engagements! One of my closest friends just got engaged, and I decided to make her a home made card. I really enjoyed experimenting with custom lettering as I designed this "L.O.V.E" card. I left the O blank, for her ring of course! 

I took a few photos of the card with my own engagement ring before I shipped it off to her :)

RAW Signature Event Recap by Srinithi Raghavan

On March 17, 2016 I participated in my first Art Showcase for over 700 people at Maison Mercer in Toronto. RAW Artists is an amazing organization that is committed to showcasing emerging artists in cities across the world! The venue, organization, crowd, and experience were phenomenal. It was very special to have the support of my husband, sister, parents, and close friends.

In addition to the sheer size and exposure of this event, we were also given the opportunity to take professional artist head shots. It was at this event that I revealed my latest painting, the Hiding Buddha. I truly believe that this event will be the first of more, and I thank you all for joining me on my journey! I have attached a few personal and professional photos of the event below;