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Cabaret set from 1893 - so very desired

When it comes to fine bone china antiques, one of the most desired items from Victorian times is a cabaret set. It usually is a tray with four small cups, a teapot and a milk jug and sugar bowl. 142 more words


The Garden of Earthly Delights

Conducting a session outdoors was a luxurious idea for me, living in a city like Bombay. Having studied in Bangalore I’ve grown up mostly engaging in art activities that explore and include the outdoors. 333 more words


Take a line for a walk

Drawing is taking a line for a walk.

Paul Klee’s famous quote, above, really does strip down the basic principles of drawing.

Making a drawing is about communicating with your self, without a conscious thought of what mark you’re making on paper.

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What colour is your sky?

Some of the most powerful and creative work that to come from the kids at Drawing Room has happened when I planted a question in their minds and allowed them to go wild with coming up with the answers. 298 more words


Colour Light Shadow Party

Looking back at my years in school, I was never much of a textbook learner. Reading and writing alone didn’t do much to help me retain information. 368 more words


Drawing Room: this is where it began

When I began the Saturday Art Club (as it was called then) my approach was simple. I started with the very basic idea to engage with the visual form, and use it to study objects and ideas closest to us. 341 more words


Pieced together.

Next morning we were back into the Tara Suite…

.. now that it was free – this time to show it’s full size.

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