Show us your creative process Nandita Singh!

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No introduction needed today as Nandita has covered that for me below! She loves to talk and loves to share. Nandita comes to us all the way from India. Please drop by her lovely blog or one of her many social media site to connect with her. Check out all the places she sells her art too!

Hi all the lovely readers,

I’m Nandita Singh, a freelance surface pattern designer from India. I love bright colours and so you’ll often find a riot of colours in my work. I love to draw motifs — sometimes inspired by my Indianness, and sometimes by the nature and surroundings, and sometimes (honestly) by the works of the great pattern designers too… Yes, inspiration can come from anywhere, but the final output should be yours and yours alone.

So, today here, I’ll just start with my one of the latest motif that is inspired by my own collection of beautiful bangles! As you all know that we Indians love to wear colourful bangles, specially glass bangles!

I made a circle first — with the help of my own bangle which I’m wearing ( yes, that’s what inspiration and motivation is), and then filled the outer border with tiny leaves and finally ending it with two more outlines. But you see I was not satisfied with this so I thought of putting some gems and semi-precious stones and pearls in the form of small and big dots and circles! Now, this was the final motif I wanted.

Nandita Singh on {artistically afflicted blog}

Satisfied as I was, I tried different versions of this… Playing with different colours and techniques is very essential here, as you never know what the final result may come out to be.

Nandita Singh on {artistically afflicted blog}
Nandita Singh on {artistically afflicted blog}
Nandita Singh on {artistically afflicted blog}

I’m happy to tell you all that you can actually buy this motif in the form of art print, framed art print and stretched canvas from my Society 6 store.

Nandita Singh on {artistically afflicted blog}

And some more home products from my Zazzle store too.

Nandita Singh on {artistically afflicted blog}

So, don’t tell me you won’t like to have this cute pillow as your Christmas gift … hmm
Nandita Singh on {artistically afflicted blog}

Well, if my work suits your taste then you can find me and more of my work in my blog .

Thank you Nandita! I love your enthusiasm and great energy – it shows in your work and all that you do to promote your business. I am in awe of all the products that you have your wonderful art on!

For more on Nandita and all the places she likes to hang around..
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Shop her designs/patterns as art prints, designer gadgets, fashion wear, foot wear, and homeware products

Society 6 :
Zazzle :
Bespo :
Keka case :
Fashion Store :
Spoonflower Fabric store :

Thanks for stopping by. I hope this inspires you to get some of your own artwork out there!

Always inspired by…the works of others.

Blogtoberfest ~ Day 7

I love looking at others artwork.

I am always in awe at how they have achieved a certain mood with color or how they have created a certain texture or line.

I love a piece of work that I can get lost in. My eyes wandering in and out always discovering something new. My favorite piece is one that I can walk away from, but on my return find a little something I missed the first time around. That is the type of art I want for my home. This is the type of artist I can only aspire to be!
Below are a few artists that are inspiring me right now

Deb Chaney - click on pic to link to her site

Deb Chaney
This Vancouver based artist is it! I love the texture, juxtaposition of hard and soft lines and the free-flowing nature of this painting. Deb is a contemporary abstract artist, a workshop facilitator and founder of Illuminate the Artist Within, a course which does just that . I have my eye on her workshop page!

Anna Flores - click on picture to link to her site

Anna Flores
A mixed media artist based out of Germany. Her art is soft and romantic. She has two wonderful blogs full of beautiful images ~
paintings by anna flores
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Jodi Maas - click on picture to link to her site

Jodi Maas
Jodi creates work rich in layer and depth. Her use of color draws you in.They have a beautiful, soft, ethereal style to them. Have a visit on her site and you will see what I mean. Beautiful!

I am always on the search for inspiring artwork..and inspiring artists. If you would like to share any artists with me (and this can include yourself!) please leave me a comment below.

Thanks for visiting. Have a happy weekend!