Friday, 15 November 2013

Worker Woman


Tribal Woman, Charcoal on Paper, (15" X 11") 
This was done from a photograph of a group of ceramic workers who toil at various factories on the outskirts of our city, Hyderabad. I thought the sunlight on her face created a nice contrast which added to the drama of her dark skin against the white white scarf.

All comments and critiques are most welcome.

9 comments:

Carol Blackburn said...

Wonderful portrait Vinayak. I wish you a wonderful day.

A.Decker said...

Great job. You captured a lot of character.

Studio at the Farm said...

What a superb portrait!!! It is so emotionally powerful. Your charcoal works are fabulous, Vinay!!
Kathryn xx

dokka srinivasu said...

Vinayak Deshmukh sir

Namaste. Sir beautiful painting. Vinayak sir your paintings are so amazing and they are representing our rural indian life.

Vinayak Deshmukh sir best wishes for your career and paintings projects.

Vinayak Deshmukh sir this is my Diwali message "Lamps of India" which i shared in my Heritage of India blog.

http://indian-heritage-and-culture.blogspot.in/2013/09/lamps-of-india.html


Vinayak Deshmukh sir please look into my Lamps of India message and share your valuable and inspirational comments to me like other people.

Vinayak Deshmukh sir i hope you like my blog and join as a member to my Heritage of India blog.

Vinayak Deshmukh said...

Thank you so much friends. Your comments are always most encouraging. :)

Fernando Pena said...

Great work.

Mike Barr said...

Hi Vinayak. This is one of your best works and really deserved the award it received. Perfect mixture of darks and lights. The darks really set it up. India seems to have a strong traditional arts culture. Something that is missing in Australia - more emphasis is placed on more contemporary work here.
cheers
Mike

yudhveer singh said...

Make a potreit of any nfcian sir

yudhveer singh said...

Make a potreit of any nfcian sir