Thursday, June 12, 2008

Choti Chidiya

“That’s the way they are. You must not hold it against them.
Children should be very understanding of grown-ups. “
- The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupery





Two of a series of 8 paintings.
8" by 10", Acrylic on canvas

9 comments:

Mandakini said...

you are blogging again :)

and you've graduated to canvas!yay!! not that i have anything against good old kaagaz-kalam.....just that im intimidated by canvas and acrylic and oil paints :)

Kavita Arvind said...

hey mandakini... finally got to blogging! i prefer kaagaz-kalam any day too!! but acrylic is fun to do! you must try it sometime!

The Sooper Tam said...

Ah, finally ur posting again :D]

pwetty eet ees!

Bondhu said...

Damn gud...I wish i cud take out time from the scheduled freelancing and do something like this....so when u putting up an exhibition of ur paintings..plzz do...will come to see it!!plz plz :)

moonstruckmoth said...

Been lurking arnd ur blog for a while now...n have "seen" -- not just read, but "seen", coz ur posts r also visual treats -- some of ur posts...liked them immensely...esp those illustrations of that li'l girl...they're so cute...makes me wanna go play w/ them on a luscious lawn! :)

It's amazing how kids...esp li'l girls, live in their own worlds...a world deliciously, beautifully "limited"...
Sigh!
I wish I cld be 4 again!

Kavita Arvind said...

trying to get an exhibition going priyankar... lets hope it happens! :)

raj: i am so glad you have been 'lurking around'! i invite you now to pretty much stomp and flop around as well!!

moonstruckmoth said...
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moonstruckmoth said...

Now m not sure if this comment really belongs here, coz it's abt those two paintings entitled "Girl At Window", but m guessing a sensible woman like u wldnt be in the habit of digging deep into her posts for new comments ;-)
Needless to say I liked those paintings, but what struck me most is ur choice of colors...so bright n cheerful...it smhow reminded me of Frida Kahlo's house...no, I havent seen it in real life...just in that lovely movie, Frida...
BTW u must see it if u havent already...it's stunning, visually...

PS: Added u to my blogroll...too late, it's fait accompli now ;-)

errormsg! said...

stared for a while...quite a while! :)