I love camping. So much. In India, we spent a couple of days camping in the Thar Desert. In full disclosure, it was actually glamping! And yes, there were camels! #morbidlyadorable #art Patreon Community 2.0: https://www.patreon.com/morbidlyadorable I re-opened my Patreon Community last week! I’ve been organizing my personal travel photos from India (finally!),… Continue reading Glamping in the Thar Desert, India
I saw many a gorgeous peacock in India from live birds to paintings and sculptures. #morbidlyadorable #art
I drew the Taj Mahal in the background as often as possible. It was one of the highlights of my trip to India. Sometimes when I see something advertised, I worry that it might not deliver because it was so hyped. This delivered. I could have sat for hours sketching on the steps of this… Continue reading In view of the Taj Mahal…
Tuesday is dedicated to India’s Elephant God, Lord Ganesha. He is the Remover of All Obstacles. I have loved him since I met him in Nepal many years ago. I loved catching up with him again when I went to India last year!
Is it Monday already?! So many things to do! So many distractions! Breathe, chant Om, and invite Inner Peace! Again. And again. And again.
Strolling through the gardens of the Taj Mahal, the Big Eye girl shades herself with a lovely lotus flower umbrella. Fun Fact: For the Eerie in India Series, I often painted with colored Holi powders (used for throwing during the festival) that I brought back from India. For example, in Sunday Stroll, I mixed four… Continue reading Sunday Stroll… Countdown to Holi continues…
This Skelly loves music and incorporates his Sitar into Otis Redding lyrics. Sittin’ On The Dock of the Bay… #India #morbidlyadorable #sitar
Here are some cute little Worry Wart Bears doing a little bird watching in India! Or maybe the birds are doing a little Bear watching! #morbidlyadorable
Last year as many of you know, I traveled to India to celebrate my birthday during Holi. To commemorate my dreamy trip, I’ll be posting my favorite “Eerie in India” drawings counting down to this year’s Holi Celebration on March 14th! I still feel blessed every day for having made this trip!