Saturday, May 28, 2011

Unconditional Love

I have been waiting for this mother-baby framed sketch for a long time now. I have mentioned it in my earlier post here. Now this framed beauty is ready to take place in my baby's room.

Mother Baby Sketch
Unconditional Love
Though it's not a perfect picture but what I love about it is that one can see calm and feel of being secure in mother's arm on baby's face. Mother looks so satisfied and filled with love while holding her baby. Have a closer look.......

Happy & content mother

Mother Baby Sketch
Reposed & calm baby
This portrait I made during my teenage & little did I know at that time that it will be a part of the decor in my baby's room. I swell with pride whenever I see this picture.


Mother Baby Sketch


This Picture has enhanced the beauty of my baby's room and affection between both of us is roaring high by the day. Being a mother is sheer bliss and I am enjoying every part of it.

Mother Baby Sketch


Happy weekend to all lovely blog readers.




Note: All images are mine please do not copy without my permission.
P.S: Please forgive me for my photography skills. I am not a good photographer just trying my hands at it.




17 comments:

  1. Quite expressive pictures.
    Keep up the good work.

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  2. wonderful arts disha...the snap u ve taken with the baby doll gives it life...

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  3. such a beautiful portrait and it definitely shows the comfort and love. Happy PPF!

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  4. This is a beautiful expression of a Mother's love. I am sure your child will treasure it in the years to come. -Terri

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  5. Very peaceful sketch! What a piece from your teen years!! Very cool that you can now display it!

    Hugs Giggles

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  6. Beautiful story to go with a beautiful drawing. Happy PPF, Annette x

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  7. Thanks everyone. I am glad that you all liked my work.

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  8. Lovely piece, so tender and beautiful! Happy PPF!

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  9. How special that you did this pre Motherhood. Obviously you were born to be a mother! enjoy every minute (well, the ones that aren't overly difficult) ;-) So lovely. HPPF!

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  10. So wonderful that you get to hang something you made when you were younger, in your child's room!

    I'm having a giveaway over at Art in the Garage to celebrate my 1000th post--hope you can stop by and leave a comment!

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  11. OMGosh you drew that as a teenager. Yes, the contentment and beauty of both of them. Amazing. Blessings, Janet PPF

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  12. This is really beautiful, and even more so that you drew this well before you knew what motherhood would be like.

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  13. Thank you all for your encouraging words!!

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