Harinie Akka as Lord Krishna…😍😍 Yet another attempt of mine… Not completely satisfied with the outcome though..😒😒 A painting done in Acrylic Paint in about one month time..🥺 Photo Courtesy : Sheela Unni’s Sridevi Nrithyalaya
Happy Birthday to the most prettiest, perfect, and professional dancer I’ve ever met- Harinie Jeevitha Akka! She is my greatest inspiration, and I am her forever admirer. Her passion and love for dance has helped her sculpt it as her
Another work done in school drawing book. Traditional Indian dancer. Used Pencil colours to finish this picture.
“Konjum Salangai” Pen Drawing Work done by me. This is one of the fastest drawings I have done, completed in an hours time. Salangai is my passion as a Bharathanatyam dancer. So the first thing which came to mind when
Here is my art work on Mohiniyattam. It is done as a Pen Drawing with a tinge of Pencil Shading for the face and hands. This drawing on Mohiniyattam, the traditional dance form of Kerala, was done last year, but
My Favourite Bharathanatyam Dancer, my inspiration, my role model Harinie Jeevitha Akka’s portrait Pencil Sketch. I am very fortunate to be her junior in Sridevi Nrithyalaya and watch her perform. Feeling happy that I could gift this sketch for her
Bharathanatyam & Music of India Painting Acrylic on Drawing Sheet. Done using Rainbow Colours and simple doodle work in the background.
Mohiniyattom Dancer Pen Drawing work done by me in art class. Used Black gel pen for this work.
This is one of my favourite pencil sketches – Bharathanatyam dancer. I started doing this with the face of one of my seniors in SDN. But couldn’t bring out the actual facial features. So this pencil sketch does not resemble
Bharathanatyam is my passion. I love dance and would like to be a performer. So this is my tribute to Bharathanatyam through my other love – paintings. One Passion expressed through the other !! A Grid with all the five