Summer Day - oil on canvas, no need for framing as its painted
on stretched canvas board. Original painting of the sunrise in an abstract
form. Colours as seen on the image, copies are not available.
- oil on canvas, 2003. No need for framing, painted on stretched canvas
board. Original painting of sunrise. Textured with acrylic and oil, a
very modern contemporary feel. Would grace any a living room or large
space and would become the focul point
The story of Buddha:
Buddha's original name was Siddhartha. It meant one who had accomplished his aim. Gautama was Siddhartha's family name. Siddhartha was known all over the world as Buddha, the Enlightened. He was also known by the name of Sakhya Muni, which meant an ascetic of the Sakhya tribe.
He was married at
the age of sixteen. His wife's name was Yasodhara. Siddhartha had a son
named Rahula. At the age of twenty-nine, Siddhartha Gautama suddenly abandoned
his home to devote himself entirely to spiritual pursuits and Yogic practices.
A mere accident turned him to the path of renunciation. One day he managed,
somehow or the other, to get out of the walled enclosure of the palace
and roamed about in the town along with his servant Channa to see how
the people were getting on. The sight of a decrepit old man, a sick man,
a corpse and a monk finally induced Siddhartha to renounce the world.
He felt that he also
many hours meditating and in trans-like state of mind. This painting is
to capture that pose
Deep Funk@ - oil on canvas, 2004. This painting has unspoken vibes and the colours used are deep modern and funky. Definitely a painting for people with unique style and class!
The colours used here are turquoise blue, red, black and white. The colours you see in the final finish is deep purple with shot colour effect of blue/green (turquoise) and textured with white titanium oil paint.
Would look fantastic in any living room or meeting room in an office environment. Without doubt, this painting will become the focus point in any space!
painting is set on 5 individual canvases in the shape of 'H' and therefore,
please ignore any white/grey space around the image on your screen.
Beginnings - oil on canvas board, 2004. Framing not necessary.
Love Birds - oil on canvas board, 2004. Framing not necessary. You might wonder why this painting is called 'Love Birds' and the reason behind is the tiny paint marks in the right hand corner of this painting which looked to me like two love birds. Its a little hard to see in the image on the screen but its clear in the painting.
is my current favorite!
Crossing Back - oil on canvas, 2004. The painting is set on four seperate canvases and then brought together as one painting. The colours in this painting reminds me of Italy so I have named it 'RustEffect' ! I would use three S to describe this painting....Sensual, Sexy and Surreal!
No need for framing, can use spaces between each square to add your own touch of style and blend the painting with the colour of your own wall!
Please ignore the white/grey area around the image on screen. Each canvas square size individually: Left and right square(s) 20 x 20 cm and the two square(s) in the middle 20 x 25 cm.