Monday, May 11, 2009

sketches at tulshibaug.



tulshi baug is a busy shopping area with hawkers everywhere.The courtyard plan has ram temple in the middle and periferal small shops,selling brassware.Its a nice secure place to shop and also has religious touch to it.

8 comments:

Art with Liz said...

More magic work coming from Pune! Love the freedom of your work.

(My team is not doing so well!)

sanjeev joshi said...

hi liz, actually i am trying watercolour sketches ,as am visiting Bhutan end of this month, and plan to do lots of sketches!!so just trying my hand at various technics and materials.How is Ipl otherwise do you see in stadium?

Yasemin said...

Your works are very inspiring. Thank you for sharing them.
I'm a follower of your blog :)

sanjeev joshi said...

hi yasemin,thanks for the visit.I have seen your blog its lovely.those 25 year old sketches are really inspirational! even to me .thanks again.

Ajay Patil said...

Sanjeev, Your rapid color sketeches are always good. Do you develop complete paintings with these references?

Cathy said...

It's funny, I can feel your paintings/sketches have changed a bit; I can't quite nail why... is it because you use a different tool? Anyway, it's loser and freer and still very evocative!

sanjeev joshi said...

hi ajay,i dont do any thing after i sketch...its an end product.
cathy,yes i am sketching rather than painting,so more loose and also adding details with pen and writing on sketches.This i am doing as experiment once again!

ANURAG MEHTA said...

sanjeev,It`s a good experiment and it definitely help to not use your digicam at Bhutan...waiting 4 that