Thursday, February 26, 2009

Chak De India

Whad you lookin at?..sould I call it a mix media
The painting is rather of illustrative nature..something I wanted to do very culturally representative .

9 comments:

John Salmon said...

A Little bit of everything here Milind. I like it very much.

RameshJhawar said...

I like this painting very much,Milindji!Whats its size?A few of us have already requested you to post the size.The messy wall and the blue is so lovely.You've painted some red spots and patches.Does it suggest "paan ki peek".Where did you get such a small size "Chak de" poster?Did you use opaque too?So many questions...Actually there are so many interesting things in it I couldn't help asking!

David Lobenberg said...

Yes, somewhat illustrative, and that's OK. Sometimes the line between illustrative and fine art can be very blurred. Have you ever seen the American artist Robert Rauschenburg's art? He died just last year. I really like what he did.
I have two Turban man watercolor studies completed and plan to post them early March. Would you like me to email them to you? How are you doing on this paint off?

meera said...

Wonderful composition beautifully rendered. Need I say the blue is quite stunning in this painting too!

Kathy said...

Hi MIlind,
I love the graphic design quality to this painting. I admire things like this in paintings since it is something I do not do...yet :) What does the man in the upper left hand corner represent?

milindmulick said...
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milindmulick said...

Ramesh
thanks for your regular visits and comments.chak de i got it from a cassette cover..you got "peenk"right.

Timeless River said...

WOW!!!!

Asha said...

This is just awsome