Monday, November 24, 2014

Madhubani Art - Twin Peacocks

Folk art is something I can always go back to and I enjoy every bit of it. I love to dabble with paints, paints and paints. Whatever genre I resort to, I love all of it. For the past few days I haven't been able to indulge much due to various personal reasons - mom's health, daughter's cultural fest rehearsals etc. Glad to announce that my girl & team won second place in group dance competition. They did every iota of it without any teacher's guidance and it was my lil one who taught them after learning it from a CD herself (bearing in mind that they are just 10-11 year olds with not even a month's time to practice!)

This particular piece is something I made for a dear blogger-friend, Wyanne, as a good-will token. She means a lot to me and so it flew her way :) 

No more talking from me today, my pictures are to speak...and that would suffice I feel ;)

What is that one thing you resort to???

 Twin Madhubani Peacocks



Thanks again everyone for taking time, visiting this space of mine and for leaving wonderful comments :)

Linking it to Eva & Kristin's PPF!

If anyone's interested in the dance that the Lil girls HERE. The one standing in the center is my girl :D

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denthe said...

I love this kind of art. Very appealing ....

Linda Kunsman said...

beautiful painting!! Congrats to your daughter and all the darling girls-I enjoyed the video very much-great job with the dance!!

Faye said...

Deepa, your folk art piece is gorgeous with those very strong, beautiful colors. Congratulations to your daughter and her team.

rose AKA Walk in the Woods - she/her said...

Lovely! I adore the precision and sweet simplicity of the vibrant palette!

pauline said...

This is beautiful artwork Deepa. The bold colours, the composition... love it. Congratulations to your girls! xx

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