Monday, November 16, 2009
Monday, November 9, 2009
I am very excited to introduce this new series of miniature clay made Lord Ganesha. Have a look for yourself at the following link:
I am hereby attaching the image as well of the new listing on ths shop. I can imagine variety of uses of this little wonder. You can use it in art and craft items such as 3 D paintings, you can use it in home usage art/crafts such as traditional wall hangings. You can get it framed just like that as well. Or if you have spiritual belief in lord Ganesh (Ganesha), you can also carry it in your purse or bag. Finally you can use it for gifting your loved ones. This supply item can really be used in many creations that you heart seeks to make.
Friday, November 6, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
Perhaps if the treasury listing is still active, you would be able to see it at
If you cant visit this link, no worries. Let me explain a bit. A very sweet etsy user and shop owner Caron (aka shop name: BeadSire) loved my shop and picked up the given painting ( which is based on energy chakras) for her latest treasury which is a series on the 7 chakras. Glad she liked my shop (and of course my great father's painting). Thanks so much to her. Father and everyone at home is excited too.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
- We do market research based on category, materials used, size of the similar paintings. We definitely do not want to overprice it!
- We analyse our supply costs, artist's time gone into it and finally but not the least we rank 'creative value' gone into it. Now it's quite an intangible value, so we do our best to quantify it rationally.
- We also provide bulk purchase discounts.
- Quality of materials used is also another parameter, for example - all papers may look the same. However if the we have used high quality paper then the price tag would reflect that reasonably.
- Shipping and handling costs are also optimised for regular mailing options, parcel size and delicacy. Bulk purchases often help reduce shipping costs.
The goal is to provide our buyers the best value for money they are paying.
That's it for now..will continue to add on to this post as we evolve with betterment in our pricing strategy.
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
The day arrived, 26th Oct '08. We all at home and at Padhye's residence finally managed the show. Many guests came in, apprecaited our efforts. We had not kept sale as our objective of the exhibition, still a few sales occured which was welcoming. In retrospect, we could have planned better, created more large size paintings (than smaller size) considering the audience requirements. At the same time, we did best of ourselves. Rajesh did a bit of video shoots with his new camcoder and the memories will now remain with us forever.
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Warli paintings use very basic graphic vocabulary: circle, triangle, line and square. Circle representing the sun and the moon, triangle derived from mountains and pointed trees. Only square seems to obey a different logic and seems to be a human invention, indicating sacred enclosure or a piece of land. Most of the Wali paintings depict simple village scenes such as farming, wedding, dances, prayers etc. I personally love warli paintings for their simplicity.
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Thursday, March 26, 2009
We also accept custom orders, say your want specific design of your choice, or you want our design made with your specific requirement on size, material (canvas/paper), colors, special effects (like 3 D effect). We also design business logos and accept orders for the same.