Sunday, September 29, 2013

Happiness - An inside job !




After few weeks of postponing writing and posting, I feel happy to be back to my little space and happier that I have been doing all that I really enjoy! 

 Yes, you have guessed correctly, drawing, painting, my new hobby – making jewelry and also, doubtlessly, being lazy too!

I was missing my blog and all of you so much that here I am with some of my recent pencil sketches. It is part of my learning process, like my yoga class.












My mother could dance beautifully even at sixty three, and all my clumsy life I have never been able to dance or even learn a step, so,  in my yoga class when I do the ‘asanas’ I am really ecstatic! Not that I am anywhere near perfect!! 

I read a quote on pinterest the other day, " Happiness is an inside job" William Arthur Ward.
So true!

These days I have become busier as I have taken up teaching at the university in addition to my usual classes and though my trip to Bangkok was just last month, it seems way back! I wanted to share this wayside sculpture that I saw outside a mall in Bangkok with all of you.



 Do you like the expression on her face?






 Lovely masks I saw in Colombo.






 
Have a happy weekend!


 Sharing with my friends on CED, AJED, PPF, Sunday Sketches.



8 comments:

  1. wow your pencil sketches are gorgeous! I love the movement and emotion they convey. What fun,colorful masks too.

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  2. Welcome back! It's so nice to meet you here again :) Your recent pencil sketches are wonderful and I like your photos too.

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  3. Your sketches are wonderful! So full of expression...good job!

    Hugs Giggles

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  4. Your sketches are seriously amazing. I love the depth of emotion captured within each piece. Well done!!

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  5. Excellent! Your drawings are amazingly accurate and detailed. Blessings!

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  6. Wow your drawings are amazing...love especcially the second one ♥ Conny
    http://piaromsartjournaling.blogspot.de

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I am always happy when you comment. It gives me the push to go on painting, writing. Thank you so much!