Kung-fu-panda

Kung-fu-panda

Kung-fu-panda…. Another composition with the toys, Kung-fu-panda and small ceramic dull cream colour jar. Sometimes I feel doing repeatedly the same concept with different compositions it will really stimulate the ideas. Something over and over…more is always good, I like more, maybe that’s the reason I put thick pigment on the canvas like impressionist. Process of painting amuses me. Pierre-Augste Renoir, one of the impressionist painters, from whom I got, motivated a lot. His paintings are prominent for their vibrant light and saturated colour.

With all their damned talk of modern painting, I’ve been forty years discovering that the queen of all colours is black! —–Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Year-2013

Medium-Oil on gesso board

Size-8X8 inches

Title- Kung-fu-panda

Photograph by sajjad husain

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Just aside….

just aside....

Another composition of the toys, pink kangaroo, red ball in the yellow cup .I think camera shot was not properly adjusted because you can see reflection of light on the paint. Probably due to bright colors children get attracted quickly to the toys.

When I was a kid, I went to the store and asked the guy, do you have any toy train schedules.

                                                                                                                                       -Steven Wright

Year-2013

Medium-Oil on gesso board

Size-8X8 inches

Title- Just aside…

Photograph by sajjad husain

Balanced

Balanced

How is that, I have stolen these toys from my son’s toy bucket. The colour and form of them really tempt me to paint. These days I am bit lazy to paint. Often I will think artist need break, sometimes too much work is not good. Whatever the blues, green ball and red on the deer looks bright and highlights are catchy.

Year-2013

Medium-Oil on gesso board

Size-8X8 inches

Title-Balanced

Photograph by sajjad husain