Live and let live

This post is one of my first ones after a long break. I left blogging for so long due to many reasons – work, holidays, exhaustion and most of all, lack of self-motivation. And now I realized motivating yourself to keep on blogging is not the hardest part. Coming back with bags of enthusiasm, new ideas, and most of all – grasping the fact that your own work has been left out there for so long was the most difficult thing. I had this weird feeling of guilt that I failed myself get my own stuffs running.

So let me get back to track again, and this is a painting i did in support of LGBT communities in India and over the world.


Medium : watercolor on paper
Work : Live and let live

with lots of LOVE


Dancing girl


Dancing girl

This is one of my old works, i gifted it to my sister on her b’day 🙂
She inspired me a lot to pursue my passion, so i thought of posting this for her.

Dear sissy this one’s for You!

About the Work : 
“Dancing girl”
Medium : Watercolor on paper
Date : 22/08/2014

P.S: I’m sorry about the watermark, it was an old file i took from the vault.



Lost at sea


Lost at sea

Hi everyone,

This is the last work I’ve done, there is no big story behind it BTW 🙂

This will be my milestone to a refreshed blogging and art career, so i thought of posting it. I am very happy and excited for the responses i got for the last post and looking forward to try new abstract paintings.
Thank you everyone, keep supporting 🙂

About work :

“Lost at sea”
Date : 29/01/2016
Medium : Acrylic on paper



Mother Teresa : Abstract Painting


Mother Teresa Abstract

I am very excited as this is my first post on Artworks 🙂

I’ve taken inspiration from my artistic friends and finally decided to showcase the works I’ve done.
I am a self trained artist (not an artist at all :p) and i enjoy spending time with colors.
Expecting your valuable feedback’s on my works, so that i can improve myself.

About the Work :

This work is done as part of a challenge on my facebook page, and the challenge was : ‘Portray a famous painting in your way with three or less colors used‘.

Work : Mother Teresa Abstract
Medium : Acrylic on Paper
Date : 10/02/2015
Reference : M. F. Husain’s portrayal of Mother Teresa.