The front yard painted in watercolours
“The moment I gazed at it
The joyous smile was created
Harmony and symphony sprang
That was felt by my heart within
I knew I was jubilant”
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(Painting in watercolors, September 2015)
I am writing here for a beautiful day for everyone. We have to lift our spirits every morning especially getting inspired by nature peeking through the window and looking at the beautiful sky and here I wanted to share from my journal:
The flattering sunshine
Invites to smile,
Carrying the joyous
Kissing the Hope
And brightening day.
Have a blessed Day !!
Today I had a mixed day full of emotions and I wanted to reflect on my smiles, tears, laughter’s and people around me.
The journey of life appears to be taking a turn, thinking about my existence and my relation to the world I exist in. My situations relate to my karma and my actions. Abstract roads lead to a battle of journey that is cloudy, while a journey of love leads to paradise.
More for next time 🙂
Twining vines of grape brings in the structural magic of romance. For me the immediate inspiration to paint comes from the happiness that connects to the core rather than just random picking of brushes. From my daily 6 paintings, one of them I chose to paint a grape vine from picture that I took in Venice along the Grande Canal.
The beauty of the green leaves, their shapes and bunch of grapes made it so attractive for me to paint. Somehow plants make me smile and I have been academically connected with them. It also reminded me of grape vines in my childhood home. How happy I would be seeing the vines climb the wooden supports and pluck grapes with my siblings and parents. There would be buckets full of harvest that would also be shared with friends and neighbors delightfully. While painting a subject most artists like to bring their own vision into it. So did I will painting.
It is fortunate when you can recognize the beauty for your strength and joy.
Get inspired and inspire others. Stay Joyful !
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Why do I paint nature ?
Painting nature is not simply talking about the surroundings around. For me it is more to do with my inner well being.
When I look at nature in any form I feel a sense of completely immersed into it. There is feeling of inner peace and joy that settles into my equilibrium. I just want my brushes to capture that moment. There is an immense pleasure that can be reflected in freshness of soul. As an artist you are not allowing the worldly negative distractions to muddle you.
The inner joy translates into the vision that an artist can see. There is lot of other emotions attached to the painting. You want to create a balance of colors, elements, fine strokes on paper or canvas. As an artist, if I am not getting that vision it makes me redo my strokes until I create a balance that I want to gain my vision like a playful sea saw in a playground.
I want to celebrate life through painting. I believe happiness and your inner well being makes your sails go in the right direction, not only for yourself but also for people around you. You are focusing on the brighter side of life and discovering yourself.
I often think is painting my way of outlet of expression of healing- my moving into a completely different surroundings and changing my thriving career. So that there are never regrets and I can simply see the beauty around me that brings happiness. With each painting I can see myself growing. There is an immense gratitude that I want to express.
Through my thoughts, I hope you can sense and understand the importance of expression and inner well being through passion that cannot be detached.
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As the sunshine pierced through the woods, an unidentified guest appeared.
He was unaware that he was being noticed, as I sat on this huge deck specked with leaves observing this critter.
He basked in the sunshine keeping himself warm and it did not take time for me to include him in my Series of Creatures of Colour and Bust. I named him BERRY.
Painted him in high graded water colour pigments, size 8×10 inch.
This painting has been available for prints 🙂
Energy is anything which evokes a reaction within you. Anything that makes you feel good, keeps you happy, helps you to transit through hard times, keeps your spirits high and will be a factor contributing to being positive. Practicing being positive keeps you away from the negative spectrum of sadness, jealousy, low self esteem. One can obtain positive energy though meditation, creative writing, art, singing, getting closer to nature, focusing on gratitude and the gifts rendered in life to name some of the ways.
When you constantly take in the positive energy from the surroundings it will be visible to the outer world through your actions everyday. Positive energy is not spiritual but something we are creating daily through our day to day actions. Realize the things that make you feel good. If nature makes you feel good, try getting outdoors and getting closer to flowers, waterfalls, mountains or water.
The first thing I do in the morning when I wake up is looking at the sky through my window and appreciating the changing colors, patterns of clouds as the sun rises and the vastness of horizons. And most importantly I find positive energy through art. Through which I can express the beauty and be positive
As an artist you express using different shapes and values of colors. You find peace with every stroke of brush. The above painting was done in medium watercolors, inspired by the Albertan landscape. The moment you admire the surrounding landscape, you want to capture it through art. Your vision is through the colors. Like in the above painting I wanted to create a misty foggy evening when the sun begins to set and preferred to values of purple and blue. Yellow for the sunshine that fades away eventually with sunset.
Today I took the liberty of keeping the sketchbook in lap in my bedroom instead of my studio. It meant replenishing the inner urge of expression and freedom of thoughts through art. I used charcoal as a medium for throwing my thoughts of the landscape I saw two days ago.
Sketching a beautiful healthy horse grazing the dry grass as the snow melted, meant for me the existence of strength and grace of the living form. I am not happy with the clouds in my sketch but it does identify the vast skies and the bounties of nature that we can rely upon for the joys and the moments of wellness. To add some character I felt the need of adding few pine trees far off.
Art is a form of language that an artist uses to express what he feels about the surroundings or thoughts. It is a way of communication with the viewer, no matter what the medium is. Creating art only for the sake of selling can take away the motivation and restricting your self expression. Many times you also feel the need of experimentation that may lead to a beautiful creation of creativity. There is an excitement created with every piece of art, as it stirs the emotion of critique.
Myself expressing through art in a very unchained form of restrictions and environment.
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