• The Ocean Waves Collection: A Reflection

    My featured collection for the month of January is called The Ocean Waves. These paintings showcase my progress as I explore textures. Today, I wanted to share my reflections about these paintings and how I am able to relate to it. I previously shared a blog post that covers the technical aspects of adding textures […]

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  • Lessons Learned While Building My Own Website: A Retrospective

    Building my own website taught me the importance of planning, seeking out resources, and continuous learning. It was a challenging but rewarding experience, and I am grateful for the lessons I learned along the way.

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  • Exploring the World of AI-Generated Applications: My First-Hand Experience

    Is this real? Are we living in the future?  I read an article that talked about how “one person” created a children’s book using AI Generated Art. And I was really amazed and scared at the same time.  I am amazed by the fact that this technology exists and that the artwork it produces is […]

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  • Art Exploration: Textures

    Feb 2022: I believe that practice makes perfect BUT practice without learning is useless. You won’t progress if you are doing things just for the sake of doing it. Keeping that in mind, it should be “Practice with Concious Learning makes Perfect”. This month I am applying that in my art exploration and learning about […]

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  • Chiaroscuro: A battle between light and dark

    Chiaroscuro (English: /kiˌɑːrəˈsk(j)ʊəroʊ/ kee-AR-ə-SKOOR-oh, -⁠SKURE-, Italian: [ˌkjaroˈskuːro]; Italian for ‘light-dark’), in art, is the use of strong contrasts between light and dark, usually bold contrasts affecting a whole composition. Also, afaik, this technique is used by the great Italian painter Caravaggio. Now, I don’t know much about this technique to be able to talk about it in detail. But this blog is about my attempt […]

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  • Art Exploration: Portraits

    January 2022: I wanted to set a routine for myself and practice painting twice a week. They say that practice makes perfect and, in art, I believe that. This month, I tried portraits. 😜 My Previous Experience Portraits has been quite a challenge for me. I initially started with charcoal and it’s… well… not easy […]

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