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Why I do what I do

This website will give you a glimpse into my work as an artist,  community builder and activist. I have been negotiating the world through the lens of a creative entrepreneur for the last two decades. It's been a wonderful journey with a lot of learning and collaborating with people I deeply respect.
In the coming years, I believe that creative thinkers will be crucial to document, stitch, hold and present the world. We are at the very edge of collapse on one side, and of a future that can spin out into unimaginable wonders on the other. I believe we can get to the happier side by working together!

Landscape of Dreams in Red: Work in progress

February 28th, 2008

This piece is actually vertical, and I dont know why it got saved as horizontal!
I started this in red as I wanted to try another colour palette..similar to the first, but with more red..
I was having trouble with the actual drawing in perspective, but I’ve resolved it to the point where I’m ready to move on to other aspects of the piece. Its quite an interesting composition, and I’m excited to work on it, though I really have no preconceived ideas as to where its going or how its going to look. We’ll all find out by next week!
thats it for now girls.


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  • Hey this painting looks rather delicious. I actually like it in the horizontal 😀 even as a rough sketch it seems to be rather complete. That perspective is a toughie I agree. The boobies are looking a little stiff at this point – but I presume that its going to change over time. What is the size and medium for this one?
    I’m really excited for you…cant wait to see where it goes :)

  • hey, the piece is coming along.. i agree with you on the boobs. i will have to see if they continue to look like that – i will definitely have to change them.
    Size is 17 x 32..Oil and acrylic on canvas.
    its coming along quite nicely. I cant wait to finish it and see what it will look like.

  • Pooja, the work looks really cool. Guess you have used alot of water and oil base. I really like your lines. they are soft, slightly ambiguous signifying movement…
    I like they way your work does not have definate lines… and seems so complete. cool

  • thanks nirali! painting is such a learning process..