… is that you can bully her into spending her one day in your home, just painting. And this is what we came up with.
A Warli border running around my corridor. I love it because she’s captured a celebratory mood and the figures literally skip up on the air, clicking their feet together, beating drums, blowing trumpets and sort of lifting the mood in the dreary corridor that I’ve always found a little dreary.
And this wall behind my study table. I got a new table and the wall behind it stood dull and uninspiring. So I got her to do birds inspired by this. A flight of imagination?! I know the clock ruins it but hell if I move it I’ll never get up in the morning!
Oh – and a few days ago the Chhota nana and I did this in the nursery. And put up a whole new bunch of stars on their ceiling. These days they just can’t wait to go to bed and turn off the lights and watch the stars twinkle! Thank you Rohini Masi!
And last but not the least, a couple of stain glass butterflies painted on to the windows. I just miss butterflies in the city and they seem to brighten up the windows. A tiny bit of quirk that can be hidden up by drawing the curtains.