Welcome to the blog "Journey with brush"

Welcome to the blog "Journey with brush".

I have started painting since my childhood but when I reached graduation level I left it due to various reasons. But suddenly last year (2009) I got the inner call to restart.

Some of my friends, colleagues & relatives appreciated my paintings & encouraged to continue with my painting. They often ask me to show them my latest paintings. So, I decided to create this blog to display my work to them who love, adore & appreciate painting. I would also expect genuine feedback as my journey with brush will continue as well as my learning process.

Thank you for visiting the blog "Journey with brush".

Monday, August 30, 2010

Remote village (NE India)

In this painting I just tried to capture a remote village of North East India (NE India).

NE India has wide alpine geographical diversity and corresponding climatic conditions. NE India endowed with thick evergreen forests with numerous streams, rivers and gorges and hundreds and thousands of species of flora and fauna. The population in this region is comparatively less than the other parts of India & still most of the places are away from modern amenities.

I hope the brief description will help you to understand the location & its atmosphere better I tried to capture. I doubt I justified with the atmosphere & its freshness. I decided to leave it up to you to gauge.

Feedback, comments & suggestions are welcome.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Street with old buildings

These buildings are the mirror of by gone days of India. These buildings have been maintained to keep the glory of India intact. Both the buildings of this painting are old but still standing tall to enhance the beauty of the street as well as the city.

This painting reflects my humble effort to capture such a beautiful street with old buildings.

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Railway platform

Indian railway has the largest rail network in Asia & second largest in the world under one management system. Indian railway helps transporting 20 million passengers daily. It is also one of the world's largest commercial or utility employers with more than 1.6 million employees. The platform of Kharagpur, West Bengal, India is the longest platform in the world. Length: 1,072 m (3,517 ft).

All those fascinating facts of Indian railway have compelled me to capture a scene of Indian railway platform. In this painting I just tried to capture a small town railway platform. It’s up to you to judge how far I have justified with this painting.

Comments, suggestions & feedbacks are welcome.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Sunny afternoon

In this painting I just tried to capture a moment of sunny afternoon. (A moment, 1-2 hours prior to sun set).
The sun is throwing its bright golden colour to the sky & earth. So, everywhere you look there is shining golden layer, creating a mesmerising environment.

Monday, August 2, 2010


The title of this painting says the atmosphere exactly I wanted to capture. But it’s your turn to judge how far I achieved it.