Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Veenai Jayanthi Kumaresh


Veenai Jayanthi's performance was one of the best concerts I have ever attended. To learn more about this talented and beautiful musician please visit her website. You can buy her music on itunes (among other legal sites).

This sketch is one among several that I made at the Cleveland Thyagaraja Aradhana 2007.

To see other sketches in this series click on the label Thyagaraja Aradhana Series below.

17 comments:

BoiledEggInADeckChair said...

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Ape Lad said...

I enjoy your work! You have great sensitivity and line work.

scribblesk said...

Lovely drawing!

steve said...

Sounds like a wonderful feast for the ears. thanks for posting this, and the beautiful sketchwork!

Alina Chau said...

love the peacefulness in teh expression

Mia (a.k.a."The Great Blogbina") said...

Nice work!

Catherine said...

beautiful sketches, thankyou for your lovely comment.

mike r baker said...

Wonderful!

I will certainly check her out. I've seen Shujaat Khan play with Zakir Hussain. I love the sitar (although I'm a sucker for tablas).

Maarit said...

I agree with alina chau - it looks very peaceful. I think it's reflecting the music? I like your left-hand drawings too, I might try that myself.

Thanks for visiting my blog!

Ana Banana said...

delicate and sensitive sketching...lovely.

moonsandstars said...

nice drawing. i love the sepia tone!

constance said...

very expressive sketches, arvindh.

Emila Yusof said...

nice sketch!

aynaku said...

I like your work at large, and that peculiar background red colouring...
...my fav indisn music is hariprasad chuarasiya, fopm Uttar Pradesh...maybe ypu know him! tnx for your comment

bess said...

i just love your musician portraits!

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Anonymous said...

I also very much like Jayanthi's music.....I would love to hear the instrument just being played acoustically.....like her mentor Ballachander played...you then get more of the colour of the instrument....do you know any of her completely acoustic recordings?