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Lord Subramanya

by Jubi
(Cochin,Kerala,India)


Helloo...Kerry...How are you????

Helloo...Everyone???? After a Long Time... Right???Hope you all are going well... One more thing kerry.. Raveena is my cousin... She is a good artist.

This is Lord Subramanya. He is a popular Hindu deity. He is also called Kartikeya, Skanda and Muruga.
Kartikeya symbols are based on the weapons - Vel, the Divine Spear or Lance that He carries. This symbolizes His purification of human ills. You can see his vel in this picture.


artist
Note from Kerry:

Hello Jubi!
It is so lovely to hear from you again. I think your drawing is very well done, actually, it is perfect!



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Krishna

by kumkum
(Jaipur, Rajasthan, India)

krishna -divyaroop

krishna -divyaroop

I am a medical student and i don't get much time to go out for regular painting class but still i m trying to keep my art alive by managing to get time for painting.

I hope you will like it. I got the idea from my notebook cover. And I am really thankful to u for providing me with tips related to drawing. Hope u will be always there to make my art work much better.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Kumkum,
Your drawing/painting is breath-taking! I love the colors and the way you have managed to portray movement. It is beautiful, well done!


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Radhamadhavam

by jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


Lord Krishna...the light of my soul...i just love and believe in Lord Krishna like meera bhai did...

This is a glass painting of Lord Krishna and Radha....And the title "Radhamadhavam" means RadhaKrishna...Lord Krishna is also known as Madhav...


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Jubi,
I think your glass paintings are glorious! This is truly beautiful and thank you so much for giving the meanings.

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Krishna in jungle

by kumkum
(jaipur,rajasthan,india )

Kishna in jungle

Kishna in jungle

In this painting i have used water colours as always.
Only face work is still left with finishing touch to do.
Hope u all will like it :)


artist
Note from Kerry:
Kumkum, this is a magnificent piece of artwork! I hope you show us the finished product. I can add it to this page when and if you do. The colors are very pretty and it's astonishing you can achieve such fine work with water color. Great job!

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Hanuman

by Viswanath V Rao
(Pune INDIA)


An Indian God - Hanuman.
Made of acrylic paints; and also permanent marker.
The canvas being last year's calendar - reused.

Something special about the mouth ??
Yes, Hanuman, being a kid, is very mischievous, when hungry on a day, fly to sun to eat it thinking its mango (fruit). So, Hanuman usually have this sun burn in the mouth.


artist
Note from Kerry:
Viswanath, this is another great creation of yours. Thanks for providing a good story to read, too, it makes your drawing all the more enjoyable.

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Shiva Lingam

by Viswanath V Rao
(Pune INDIA)


The very famous Indian Hindu God. This representation is called Lingam, in particular the cylindrical structure is what is called Lingam.

I used acrylic & poster colors on a card board box (6 of them stuck together & used as the surface for the drawing).

There are lights on both sides, as well as a garland of flowers.


artist
Note from Kerry:
Hi Viswanath,
Once again, your artwork is very creative, colorful and environmentally friendly! Thanks for describing Lingam, I haven't heard of it before and it is interesting to know these different things.

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Lord Krishna

by jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


This is one of my early paintings on Lord Krishna.. I used glass colours....


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Jubi,
Your home must look like an art gallery with all of these wonderful pieces everywhere. Your parents must be so proud of you!

Jubi, can I ask where you buy your supplies from? Do you get them from an art supply shop?

You have found a great student in Arish John, I hope you like the piece he created. It is so nice of you to teach him how to do glass painting.

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RadhaKrishna Dance

by Jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


This picture gives a glimpse of Krishna and Radha Dance...Lord Krishna is dancing and at the sametime playing his flute...and Radha, his lady love dancing... immersed in the eternal bliss of Krishna's song.

I draw this picture using silver colour 3D outliner...on a Black chart paper..


***Note from Kerry:
Jubi, I am such a fan of your work. This piece is truly beautiful...

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Sree Buddha

by arish john andrews
(india kerala)

Sree Buddha -Awakened One

Sree Buddha -Awakened One

Siddhartha Gautama was a spiritual teacher from ancient India who founded Buddhism.

In most Buddhist traditions, he is considered as the Supreme Buddha.

Buddha means "Awakened One" or "Enlightened One".

The time of his birth and death are uncertain but more recent opinion may be dating his death to between 411 and 400 bc.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Arish John
Thank you for all the facts concerning your Sree Buddha, I like knowing more about him so I can appreciate your artwork all the more. I think this is really good!

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Infant Krishna

by jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


Krishna is often depicted as an infant or young boy playing a flute as in the Bhagavata Purana, or as a youthful prince giving direction and guidance as in the Bhagavad Gita.This is a picture of Infant Krishna..

This is my recent painting on Lord Krishna...i used glass colours and peal paint....


***Note from Kerry:
Jubi, your artwork leaves me speechless. It is so perfectly detailed and colorful, I am honored to be viewing it.

If anyone is curious about glass painting, Jubi has kindly provided more detail on her introduction page - Jubi.

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Nartana Vinayaka

by Jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


Ganesha is a very popular god of Hindus. Hindu tradition states that Ganesha is a god of wisdom, success and good luck.The Hindu tradition calls Ganesha as the Vighneshvara or Vinayaka which means one who is the lord of obstacles or difficulties.

Thus, the Hindu tradition states that by worshiping Ganesha, one can remove all obstacle and difficulties.

This is a picture of Nartana Vinayaka...means Dancing Vinayaka...

This is a glass painting.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Jubi,
I notice there is no shiny area on the glass painting so I'm thinking you have used plain color paper behind the glass. How did I do?

I love your dancing Vinayaka, you've done a mighty fine job with details and the effect of movement is perfectly done. The dash of gold sparkle on his pants is wonderful.

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Radha Krishna

by kumkum
(jaipur.rajasthan.INDIA)

radha krishna

radha krishna

I have used simple water colours and I again used my diary front page to have an idea.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Kumkum
The fine detail in this is amazing and to learn it is in watercolor simply has me sitting here in awe of you! Your artwork is truly beautiful (just like it's creator, I am sure.) I love it.

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Warli Art

by Shubha Srinivasan
(Chennai, India)


HI

Warli art is the art of warli tribes who lived near mumbai, India. Main themes of this art includes the day to day activities, the marriage and so on.

First , i sketched the design and used poster color.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Shubha,
It looks like a party where there's a music band and dancing. Is that right?

It is very intriguing artwork, it's appealing and I think you've done a great job with this.


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Darkness to Light

by Yvonne Johnson
(Durham)


This drawing, seemed sad to me, was the angel reluctant to leave and go among the angels?

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Yvonne
I think you're right, it does seem sad but I admired the drawing all the same. It's so well done!

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Badshah

by jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


Badshah is a arabic word for Emperor or the King...This Badsha is resting in his Mahal (palace)...Mahal is a Hindi word for Palace.

He is giving food to a parrot...

I used a Black ink pen to draw this picture...How is it????


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Jubi,
I was just thinking how multi-talented you are. You seem to adapt to every medium and create brilliant works of art. This one is no exception, I love black ink drawings.

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Aishwaria Raye

by farooq bhaijan
(pakistan)

aishwaria raye

aishwaria raye

I created this picture with color pencils.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Farooq
This is very stunning, you have done a wonderful job and your creative touch is magic.

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Angel

by kitty
(romania)


I did this at school. It is about a new born angel who is looking up to the Earth knowing she has to go there to stop all the suffering and hate.


***Note from Kerry:
Your drawing is beautiful, Kitty.

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