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Updated on Apr '04
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Other Sketches - updated April '04.

This is where I lump together a few assorted sketches I made during this time. I have been working with pen and ink, quite an interesting medium because of the unambiguous vigour that one could express with each stroke.

There are also a few sketches from a visit to Santiniketan - that famous town where Rabindranath Tagore (it will look stupid if I now set about introducing him to the reader, and could possibly be an insult to the latter) founded his open air university. The sketches tell nothing about that place(in a travel-brochure sense) and are just a few intimate observations in and around the place where I stayed.

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<< The Cut Finger - 11" x 8" / Pen & Ink and Watercolor on Paper

Tetoolbari (Santiniketan) > >
7.5" x 8" / Graphite on Paper


<< A plaster head I sculpted - 8" x 11" / Pen & Ink and Watercolor on Paper

Helmet in the Living Room >>
8" x 11" / Graphite on Paper


<< Newspaper and things - 11" x 8" / Pen & Ink and Colored Pencil on Paper

Red Saagh in a Pot >>
8" x 11" / Pen & Ink



<< The Broken Nataraj - 8" x 11" / Pen & Ink and Colored Pencil on Paper

Bucket and Broom
(Santiniketan) >>
11" x 8" / Charcoal Pencil on Paper

<< The Well at Tetoolbari (Santiniketan) - 8" x 11" / Graphite on Paper

Wet Floor (Santiniketan) >>
8" x 11" / Charcoal Pencil on Paper

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