Friday, September 14, 2012

Saraswati - Kalamkari Painting

This is a painting of Hindu Goddess Saraswathi in Kalamkari style.


Archana Vivek said...

So beautiful Mathangi. Every bit of the picture is so nice and beautiful. Keep them coming.

Mathu said...

Thank you so much :-)

Unknown said...

Top Class ! U R back with a bang !! Great.

Unknown said...

Very very nice. U R back with a bang ! Great. BTW, is the second picture part of the first one ?


miradha said...

Overall the painting is very good...but could have concentrated more on the facial expression. Choice of colours red, white and black is fantastic!

Mathu said...

Yes dad :-)

Mathu said...

Thanks dear... Will improve on facial expression in my next painting!

Mathu said...

Thank you! :-)

gowri rajagopal said...

hi mathangi your painting is really very beautiful. and keep up your great work.

dokka srinivasu said...

Mathu madam

You are very talented and versatile artist. Your creativity and art work is God's gift to you. Please keep up this work continuously.

Mathu madam thanks for sharing Mother Goddess Saraswathi Maa images in various art forms through your blog. Madam it is a fantastic effort from you.

Mathu madam please look into my Goddess Saraswati Maatha vintage post cards link which i shared in my Heritage of India blog.

Also madam please look into my First Seminar on Indian Heritage and Culture message and give your valuable comment on my Seminar.

Madam further recently 2 months i share one message in my Heritage of India blog with the theme "Indian woman in 19th Century vintage post cards". Madam in this message i am trying to compare as how indian woman got respect until recent times and compare the same with present day situations.

Madam this is the link for this message.

Madam there will be good response from the people across india for this message. Madam please look into the message and also comments and also i hope to receive one valuable comment from you.

Mathu madam these some other Goddess Saraswathi Maatha postcards links in my blog.

Mathu madam please look into my Heritage of India blog and share your valuable comments.

research diaries said...

Just came to your blog while blog hopping, you are really talented. Keep up the good work. Out of curiosity, do you paint the Kalamkaris on cloth and do you actually use block dyes...or are these made on cloth with acrylic paints?

Mathu said...

Thanks :-) Glad you like my painting.
I dont have access to block dyes. So I just painted with poster colours on canson sheets.

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Atima said...

Wow! These are amazing.