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Saturday, May 4, 2013

Canvas Portrait

At last I am done with this canvas. This is the third time that I have repainted it and now I am happy with it.
I did the portrait of two Rajasthani women on a textured background.

From watercolors to acrylics so many supplies have been used in the making of this painting. 

Above are two cards that I made using gelli print paper. The third one is a birthday card that I made for a little girl, for one of my son's friends. It is made of card stock and tons of glitter and stamp.

I'm linking this page to PPFArt Journal Everyday and to the May Challenge of Color this Quote which you can find here.

Thank you for checking


  1. These pieces are beautiful. Love the colors and details.
    Have a great day!

  2. really colourful work, great. x

  3. I totally adore your two ladies, such wonderful colours and great details.
    Happy PPF, Annette x

  4. Your cards are so pretty and I love the painting of the two Rajasthani women. I am in love with their colorful scarves.

  5. Wow I love how your ladies look like they could walk off the page...great depth here! Very determined expressions too!! Very well done... your cards are lovely too!

    Hugs Giggles

  6. Beautiful. I really like the portrait of two women. Striking. Isn't it fun to use lots of supplies for one piece? Have a wonderful Sunday...kath

  7. Wow I love the first painting. Looks like a fabric. Very nice.

  8. wow Susan this canvas is amazing. your best work yet!

  9. Lovely Rajasthani ladies and such pretty cards!

  10. Fabulous! Love the colors and patterns. :)

  11. WOW!! The women look AMAZING!! What a wonderful job you did, the colors, textures and depth of them. You must do more of these!!

    Cute cards, I like them all!! You had a busy artsy week, YIPPEE!!


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I am someone who loves almost everything that is related to art-be it writing, painting, crafts, music, dance; Yes,anything that can enliven my spirit. I am originally from Kerala,India. Currently I live in the US.