home again, after one week wrapped up in the coziness of my in-law’s house. enjoyed time reading Joseph Campbell, eating a lot of cheesecake, studying sacred geometry, eating more cheesecake, and doing mandala art. this one took me to an exciting experience, which I’ll share later. for now I have a lot to organize around here – and of course, a diet to start off…
leaving tomorrow for my in-laws. one week away from domestic routine, hooray! no internet access, so all I want to do is to work in some new sketches and read. dunno if I’ll be able to do all I want – one week is not much and I still have to take care of my baby. above, the project I am leaving home to continue working on when I come back. it’s called Padma (lotus, in sanscrit), and I am loving the ethereal purple and pink. can’t wait to finish […]
I have pushed the start button for my new project, The Aquarian Eye, which idea has been developed in conjunction with my friend Julia, a collage artist from UK. the project intends to give exposure to visionary/sacred artists through interviews and publishing articles exploring art and spirituality. more ideas are popping out. we’re starting with a blog and Twitter, soon expanding to Facebook. I’m excited to pick the artist that is going to open our features! if you are a visionary artist or have something valuable to share in the […]
Mixed Media (Watercolor, gouache, graphite and colored pencil) on board, 9 x 12 2009 $15 Model: Adhara Batul Illustration for a brief moment in the Tennyson’s poem “The Lady of Shalott”.
Waterlily was a nice surprise to me since I got to believe I was not able to work in soft colors anymore. I’ve been pursuing a dreamier, cleaner and suave style for a while and it suddenly came to life with this work. again, I got to achieve exactly what I wanted just by working with no sense of compromise or preoccupation with quality or symbolic purpose. I suspect I’m getting closer to something very exciting right now… :)h another thing it’s been difficult to control is the complexity of […]