Thursday, June 01, 2006

Annual Rings I




18 X 24
Acrylic on canvas
2004


Post Script:
A fellow blogger posts a request for fundraising for a child suffering from Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (a type of blood cancer).

19 comments:

Mad Guru said...

Nice texture and details. Any special techniques on this one?

bess said...

this is sublime.

Balaji S Rajan said...

Arvindh,

I think I need to mail you separately regarding all the techniques. Mann... you have great patience. You are really creative person.

arvindh said...
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arvindh said...

Mad guru, Bess, Balaji S Rajan,
Thank you all very much.

After using a brush to paint the background colour, I used a painting knife to finish this work.

Nyneishia said...

Good one.. like ur other works too..nice depth , off centered..

will check back for more :)

Suji said...

Great work. You have a knack for choosing wonderful themes for ur paintings.

Sarah said...

Beautiful inner look of a tree. It also reminds me very much of a spider web, great imagery!

Alexis Leon said...

Wow, Great picture...Great work Arvindh

Alexiev said...

It´s cool

Me gusto tu trabajo...

Best regards...

Tony LaRocca said...

Wouldn't it be fun if you could just cut people in half to tell their ages too? It would make things much easier when you're picking someone up at the bar, though the night would probably be a bit less romantic. Beautiful artwork, btw

nirmala said...

Great work looks so hard to me, u hve great way of painting !!

Rose said...

I am a huge fan of urs!!!! :D

My fav is "Rain washed sycamore trees".. I luvd "Sorry" as well.. the beggars seemed invisible jst like they seem in the real wordl...

..Me

Jo said...

Cool. This is very different from what you have posted here so far.

himavant said...

hi arv, nice theme! you are good at catching 'everyday detail'! happy weekend!!

Alessandro_PPG said...

Hello! Tank you for your comments! Embrances!

Gladtomeetin said...

A nice one again.... i could see ur patience and passion in it :-))

arvindh said...

Thank you all for your kind comments!

Ester said...

I love these texture paintings that you've been working on - also like your latest for inspire-me-thursday. The reds are beautiful and I love the way you pay attention to subtle hue shifts. Lovely paintings - thanks for sharing them.