Sometimes it takes something larger than yourself to inspire action. War has been a tyrant that has battered civilizations since time immemorial, many to never surface again and for many to surface stronger than before. It is said that history is written by the victors, and there are always new attempts to give another perspective … Continue reading No Man’s Land
'What happened to your hand?', my friend asked me as he looked at a strip of new skin running along the inside of my wrist, six inches in length. 'Remember my surgery?', I respond casually. The path to recovery after a traumatic ordeal is always challenging- one that teaches you a lot about yourself … Continue reading Recovery
I have never been one to appreciate abstract art, and I still consider it to be more or less a waste of time, paint and energy. But I realized that abstract art is truly abstract when it is spontaneous and that the abstract nature of art lives in everything that is created. It is an … Continue reading Abstract Shoe Rack
I have been trying to be regular at two things I am good at: Art and Writing. I realized I need to be really inspired to write something or paint something. I, until now, was a little hesitant to make more of my work public. If you have Instagram, you can find me as 'Artist 1496 … Continue reading Artist 1496
It is three years too late to post this and it makes not much sense to do so, but I think this is a chapter of my life that needs to be blogged about just because it was a defining moment in my life. You remember that much anticipated, feared and joked about Mayan Doomsday … Continue reading Past Travels: Hullo United Kingdom!
Most have seen the movie I am sure and most of us have been endeared by the beautiful background score and the 'Freedom' as yelled by Sir William Wallace as he defied the tyranny of the King of England. I first heard of the movie on a podcast at http://www.artofmanliness.com called 'Living the Braveheart Life'. … Continue reading Braveheart