Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Dog days of summer.....

What floods the  mind of a child and an adult alike when we think of summer.....Popsicles , a bowl of seasonal fruits topped with some more frozen treats , cheeries-berries  and whatever our heart desires to ward off the heat..:)




While popping some popsicles and cherries ...I painted this madhubani tree :)
I had acquired the idea from somewhere in the net and added a bit of my own imagination



My fingers and eyes both hurt after completing it,Too much work !! :)

I salute all those artists who paint some of the incredible paintings for us to admire.
                   Our artisans from India , especially our tribal India ..the beautiful, vibrant
                    handiworks they create ....much hardwork and dedication goes toward each of them.
                                                        Lets stay cool and creative!! :-)
                                                       Hugs to all my lovely friends.

{All Pics are shot by me in my home}

10 comments:

Sayantani said...

oh my God!what a beautiful painting. you did a great job...love the popsickles.

Richa said...

oh wow.. nicey!

radn@HouseonAshwelllane said...

Love the Madhubani painting! I have to do the popsicles. My daughter has been asking me to make some ever since summer started. Just something that has remained on the to-do list!

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woodooz said...

Beautiful painting...I also love the frame used for the painting. Very colorful !

notyet100 said...

wow,..

Hari Chandana said...

Woww.. First time here.. You have a nice space here.. happy to follow your blog :)
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Ambika said...

I know! The intricate paintings that rural artists make, truly inspiring magic fingers!
And candies in summer, sluuurp :P

Nisha said...

wonderful work sarmistha..ur work cameout very well..

Calindgirl said...

lovely painting. You are very talented.

Vasudha S said...

very nicely done painting..