Sunday, March 25, 2007

Multimedia Exhibition.

Went to a multimedia show at The Museum auditorium organised by the Alliance Francaise de Trivandrum,of the french artist Remi Boinot. Here is the artist inside the door of the room and his charming wife explaining some thing to visitor. He put up two shows named 'Wedding and banquet' and 'The nephew of the oars man' The clip below is taken from' The nephew of the oarsman'.

Monday, March 19, 2007


Hot gossip out of doors in the evening as the day's heat cools :-). Watercolor and pen.Done today.

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

To remember the masters again.

One of the famous Sunflower paintings of Van Gough, 'Vase with fifteen sunflowers' done in 1888 . This painting can be seen at National Gallery,London. This is 'A bouquet of Sunflowers' by Claude Monet .This work can now be seen at Museum of Fine arts at New York.
Claude Monet is more famous for his paintings of water lilies.

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Thursday, March 08, 2007

For Me To Remember

I want to break the monotony and post two paintings of great masters to my blog--

This is Vincent Van Gogh's (1853-1890)Sea scape).

Born in Holland-one of the first 'impressionists'.

An artist unknown in his life time only to become legendary after death.

I love this work by the lawyer turned artist Henri Matisse(1869-1954) called 'dance'.
His paintings are 'poweful',for they have the ability to move the spirit by their colors.

Monday, March 05, 2007

Up-up and up.

Here is a view we see at 'Shankumugham Beach" daily.

The fisher folk are pulling up the catamaran after the day's hard work is over.

Done today.Wash and pen.

Friday, March 02, 2007

To The Pasture.

Done today.Oil crayons on paper.

Boy leading the cow and its calf to graze through the paddy field.

Thursday, March 01, 2007


Spluch: Scientists Control Pigeons#links Now we can realy really mess up these happy creatures lives too.. as a beginning to the more gruesome things to come... Have a look at the pigeon.:-(

A post (Write up ) that appeared in relation to my show 'Where the green grass grows'. I had forgotten to save in the blog.

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