When I was in Jamaica I drew a picture of this Jamaica's National bird using pens and watercolor pencils. I can't get enough of this colour palette!
Enjoy this video of how to draw a simple Unicorn Latte with pens and watercolor pencils!
I wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas and a 2017 full of Happiness and Adventure!
I drew these two images in my doodle book and digitized them using Illustrator.
Perumal is a Manifestation of Lord Vishnu. I drew this quick Perumal drawing on card stock using Ink.
This 3D pen drawing is an interpretation of a Lotus in Water.
Doodling with pen is one of my favourite things to do. I really enjoyed unwinding and drawng this floral pen mandala
Just a quick doodle as I was watching the Debate tonight!
It is customary in South Indian culture to draw little feet leading up to an Idol or Photo of Krishna on Krishna Jayanthi (Lord Krishna's Birthday), to represent baby Krishna entering the home. We live in a really small condo and I really wanted Krishna Jayanthi Decor that we could easily store and use every year.
I decided to paint little 3.5 inch feet (I know they look a lot bigger!) and decorate them with a henna like motif. I also painted a gorgeous colourful Henna Mandala Kolam for our little Krishna Figurine. I tied the whole thing together with a 5x7 print of an old Krishna and Radha drawing and some home made Kesari.
I hope everyone is enjoying their Navrathri!
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;