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I have painted one red head before and a few portraits of african, but have not posted them anywhere I remember. So here is a sort of a debut.
An African Tribal beauty. Sort of takes me to Maiduguri, Nigeria, where I grew up.
A Fiery Beauty.
I love a cityscape with hustle and bustle of people. I was drawn by the red canopy of this cafe. (Ref Photo: Pinterest). A landscape and cityscape is very forgiving and one can focus more on value, intensity and edges rather than accuracy.
Grapes are interesting to paint, as they have a little bit of transmitted light that makes them glow. This is done from various reference photos (pinterest) and some imagination
Nothing beats an Indo-Pak bride when it comes to bridal attire. Here is a tribute to the Indo-Pak culture. (Ref: Pinterest)
There is always something new to be learnt and to be applied. Here are a few art work done recently. I have been watching some loose techniques by Quong Ho. I took some inspiration from him in the works below. It is definetly my way of making art.
This was a quick study of dappled light. Enjoy!
Oil Painting 8″x10″ on Panel. This art work is borne out of inspiration and imagination, so what you see is an outcome of many years of painting experience. This is Available for sale. If interested send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OIl Painting on 6″x8″ Linen Panel. This is from a photograph on Instagram. I was inspired by the joyful appearance of the girl in the picture and what looks like a prelude to a summer shower. Thank you for viewing. Enjoy!
Here are a series of paintings I did. I got the reference photos from Pinterest.
I have modified this picture a lot from the original photograph, but the essence remains.
A man’s portrait is much easier to make. So her is one in oil (6″x8″). Enjoy!