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This may go through several iterations yet but I’m happy to be back on track and doing what I like best – painting portraits.   

The Asian Biennale has come to an end and today we went and picked up our paintings.  It felt good to have “Stop or Else!” safely back at home.  

 

“Responsibilities” 12″ X 16″ acrylic on canvas panel

No man is an island

“No man is an island
No man stands alone”

In this swirling sea of colours as people were rushing purposefully to their destinations, one man caught my eye.  It was the contrast in the clothes he wore compared to the people around him.  The dullness of the colours.  By the simple act of dressing differently was he trying to distance himself from the crowd around him?  Sometimes we would like to believe that we can stand alone but the reality is that no man is an island.

12″ X 16″ Acrylic on canvas panel

A Womans work is never done

The words of Queens song by the same name have been playing in my head for a while now. I did want to break away from the way I was painting earlier. I didnt get to where I thought I wanted to be. Where I am now is more free (sometimes, like today) than before and I’ll be happy here for a while.

The title of this piece is “A woman’s work is never done”.  I’m at my sisters for a months holiday. She has recently had a baby boy. She also has a toddler who also wants quality time with Mummy. I see her on her feet all day and it seems to be almost all night. Everyday. It’s feeding, pumping, changing diapers, playing with the two year old, working and the list goes on. And she has help! This one is for all the women who look after their children, homes and also work. Hats off to them!

12″ X 16″ on a canvas panel.  Based on a Photo ref by Anil Advani.  Used with permission.

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