Life isn’t perfect but your haircut can be. I’m an artist now but throughout my childhood I’d be engrossed in one creative project or another (I’m still the same). I’d be cutting, sewing, knitting, painting, drawing, tinkering, taking things apart and putting them back together, adding tassels, fashioning something out of nothing – I was…Continue reading Life Isn’t Perfect But Your Haircut Can Be
There’s a terrible battle going on inside our minds, according to an old Cherokee. Two wolves are battling to see which will take over. One is negative — full of dread, fear, regrets, resentment, criticism, and doubt. The other wolf is good — full of joy, appreciation, love, compassion, and clarity. Which wolf will win?…Continue reading 8 Ways To Say No To Corona Anxiety
I have a very good friend who is celebrating Vishu today so I just read up on the different customs and traditions. If you know me, you know how much I like New Years – because it’s a chance to refresh my resolutions and make a fresh start, whether it’s the new year or Ugadi…Continue reading Wishing You On Vishu
As we create new lifestyles within our four walls, we cook things we’ve never cooked before, wear things we’ve never worn before, write things we’ve never written before, sing songs we’ve never sung before, read books we couldn’t read before – in short, do things we’ve never done or had the time to do before.…Continue reading New You During Lockdown
If you think artists are useless try to spend your quarantine without music, movies, books, poems, games, pictures and paintings.
I am recreating a virtual format of the letter-themed Installation I did for the first time at Cubbon Metro on Children’s Day in 2018 in association with the Postal Department and a grant from Srishti School Of Art. Read about it by clicking here and here. This time, the theme for letters is ‘Connect’ while…Continue reading Invitation To Participate In ‘Letter’ – At A Time When We Need It Most, Write To Celebrate Togetherness, Love & Gratitude
It’s 2pm on a Wednesday afternoon at Cubbon Metro and the station is bustling with commuters young, old, rich, poor, corporate, blue collar, student and everything in between. It’s also Bangalore celebrating Children’s Day on the day, Nov 14th, 2018 so there’s a new bunch of middle school boys every ten minutes or so who…Continue reading ‘Letter’ : Interactive Public Art In Association With India Post and Srishti School Of Art