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Early Memories

Travelling down my memory lane I recollect that I first started to paint at an early age ( guess like any other child). But I often wonder how I got introduced to this fascinating world of ‘ART’! Thinking more about what really moved me during my childhood I distinctly remember that there was this huge […]

Off Sick

We all hate them, they make us Sick! Virus, bacteria, and all sorts of micro organisms, how we wish that they never existed. Is there any way to prevent them, No- dont think so! How many times on an average in a lifetime do we fall ill and every time we do there is always some […]

Butterflies

There is something magical about the Monsoon season in India. It brings so much joy and is such a relief after the hot and dry summer. Puddles, green patches, cold breeze, flowers, butterflies, grasshoppers, waterfalls is like a monsoon package. I have been very fortunate to have lived very close to the nature throughout my […]

My Alma mater!

My Painting ‘Alma Mater’ done in Oils on Canvas is dedicated to my school where I did my entire schooling. Last year I visited my school after a very very long time and was so glad to see that it still existed. Lots has changed now, but amongst the few things that remained unchanged was- […]

Fancy a Cuppa?

I know someone who likes to have her Tea (Chai) cold, no it’s not like having Ice Tea, it’s the Indian style hot Chai which she lets go cold, sometimes by going to an extent of refrigerating it ( or may be not;  it must have been just us teasing her). But yes Tea or […]

Sable Hair

Ok here’s introducing my own brand and label of Painting brushes called ‘Sable Artists Brushes’ and for those wondering why the spelling looks a bit incorrect , that’s because it is not me or my family name. Sorry guys this isn’t my label, though how I wish it was and those who know this, also […]

Cock-a-Doodle-doo

Most of my summer holidays were spent with my grandparents, and a dozen cousins in a small village called Abhepuri, near Wai, at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, the Western Ghats. These days Wai has become a popular hub for shooting rural scenes of India in the films because of the natural and picturesque […]

Sum Of Impressions-Solo Exhibition of Oil Paintings, London

‘Sum of Impressions’ is a Solo Exhibition of Oil Paintings made on canvas using palette knives by artist and designer Tushar Sabale held at the The Nehru Centre Art gallery, Mayfair London. There is no use of brushes or any other tools used to create the strokes.As the title suggests the exhibition is the sum of […]

Eco-Friendly Ganesh

From 9th September 2013 starts the 10 day Indian festival, ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’, celebrating the birth of Hindu mythological Elephant God, Lord Ganesh (also known as Ganpati).  As exciting as it sounds, there is a huge threat to the environment caused by the recent trend of the Ganesh idols made out of Plaster of Paris (POP). […]