On Mahatma Gandhi´s 150th birthday commemoration many artists presented paintings of Gandhi as a part of a competition organised by the Embassy of India in Berlin. My submission “Salt and Gandhi”, shows Gandhi as an iconic figure holding salt symbolically in his hands. This is painted with acrylics on a huge canvas (180 x 80 cm).
I am happy to announce that my painting won a prize and it was a great honour to recieve appreciation from the present Ambassador of India Mrs. Mukta Dutta Tomar. The painting adorns the cultural department of the embassy at present.
The Salt march of 1930 was an act of civil disobedience led by Gandhi to british rule in India. This march gained world wide attention which gave impetus to the indian independance movement.
Zuri, the usually happiest Hippo in the world is now slightly concerned about her weight. For her upcoming Talent Show she is totally motivated to go through a low-carb diet. Watch her change in mind and body…
A sentimental way to say “hello” when you are on vacation is to send some self-made greeting cards, especially when communication today is reduced to short messages and emails. It’s a bit time consuming but gives you great satisfaction. The recipient gets something really special. So this card for example travelled from India to Germany!
You can watch me paint or have a private painting class in my studio. Materials will be provided. Just stroll in. Make an appointment under this link below and have some fun painting! Details and costs will be fixed before starting.