Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Extention of Tree of Life

Hi Friends, these days, I am totally busy with lil girl Harshi. Enjoying so many mangoes at any time, daily visit to park, sleeping at odd times, eating out ice creams, finishing of 60 pages drawing book within an hour such activities are making me to go back to my summer vacation time :). This makes me jobless for my painting work but joyful with rejoicing my school summer vacations......Hence today I am doing a quick post of my past commission work of cushion cover, Warli Krishna series.




This is extension of my past post Tree of Life. In that post, my warli Krishna was first time introduced on my blog :). I have painted a variety of animals such peacock, cows, birds and horse in this painting. All of them are mused with music of flute played by warli Krishna.
I have used acrylics on silk cushion cover. Beads, stones and 3D-glitters are used for highlighting effect.
I am linking it to Colours Dekor's weekly stories...Thank u Patty for sharing so much information about other blogger friends' work, Show and Tell Saturday on Artist in Blogland, Paint Party Friday and ABC Wednesday.




































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19 comments:

  1. Lovely Aparna...I remember the flute playing Krishna.
    Good Job!

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  2. I love your intricate, symetrical designs, and your animals are so whimsical and charming.

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    1. Thanks yes somehow I was able to manage the symmetry in the tree :)

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  3. nice summer diversion

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  4. Your work is so intricate and beautiful.
    Ann

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  5. Gorgeous pattern!

    S is for..
    Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

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  6. Very pretty and I like the horse and tree best!
    Happy PPF!
    Sheri Cook
    Happy Horse Studio

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  7. Simply awesome!I love the way your compliments the background!

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  8. Stunning work! Beautiful style you have. I'm sure the recipient is going to be thrilled! Well done!

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    1. Thank u for beautiful words Denise :)

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  9. Wow, your work is so vibrant and beautiful!

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  10. feel lik using it for my sofa...gorgeous

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