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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!

Camouflage II – ‘Facing East’

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March 15th, 2009

Okay guys, this is the completed painting titled ” Camouflage II – ‘Facing East’ “; 84″ x 48”. As you can see there is a figure camouflaged by flowers. I have given the additional caption – ‘Facing East’, as its a quite bright like the morning sun. In this work, I have allowed the emulsion paint flow, to come in the foreground and not recede to the background like the earlier Camouflage I.
Now I am planning to do smaller sizes, but to use the same technique of Emulsion & Oil.

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  • Interesting. I like this theme you are working on. To be perfectly honest – I am not sure if the subject talks to me personally – but it is evocative and beautiful. So perhaps everything need not be about something – some issue, some deep dark craziness?

    So you are planning to go small eh? Would love to know how it feels to work smaller after so big – so keep posting.

    Also, this and the prev Camouflage 1 reminds me a bit of Van Gogh for obvious reasons – the sun flowers. Any reason for this tie-up with these flowers particularly?

  • i like this piece. i can see your style maturing. you know after spending so much time looking at art in the museums, galleries.. i dont think we need to think about it so much . i think we need to just do it.
    very nice piece. would love to see it in person and see what the texture looks like