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our happy place, print auction/5 Comments/in disney /by Nidhi Chanani
Our happy place, 14×18, matted print
Open to US only.
Each item will be signed and can be customized with names.
Bid by commenting on this post. No limits on number of times a person can bid.
Auction will end at 12 midnight, pacific time the day of the post.
I will email the winner with a paypal request, once paid I will ship to address provided.
All funds will be donated to RAICES.
Starting big $40
kettle corn cuddle/0 Comments/in daily drawing /by Nidhi Chanani
Also, we’ve extended our sale! Today is the last day to use the code SDCC17 to enjoy 25% off our shop.
I hope you have a happy week!
grown up purchase/0 Comments/in comics /by Nidhi Chanani
We have 5 custom ink drawing spots left – grab one before they’re gone!
Have a happy weekend ^_^
our happy place/10 Comments/in daily drawing, disney, news /by Nidhi Chanani
I’m excited to share one of two pieces that will release on February 11th at the Anaheim, Disneyland Wonderground Gallery in conjunction with my artists residency. During my residency I will be creating a new, original watercolor of different Disney characters. So excited!
candy corn drops/0 Comments/in daily drawing /by Nidhi Chanani
All original inktober drawings are available for purchase for $30 (including shipping) if you’re the first to contact me! They measure 2.5×3.5 inches on bristol board made with a combination of brush pen, color markers, microns and a little dash of colerase pencils. I will update the post with sold if they’re gone ^_^
playing and painting/0 Comments/in daily drawing /by Nidhi Chanani
The hubbahubba and I have been together for nearly 15 years. I recall hearing him play guitar in college and feeling chills. There’s this beautiful undercurrent in our relationship – we flow in and out of a constant conversational stream about music and art.
During the first part of our relationship he had a band. He met some sweet guys and they wrote original songs, practiced, invested in studio recording time, produced albums, loaded in and out of shows (playing to hundreds and sometimes a dozen), promoted and pursued his dream.
I watched from the sidelines and supported him wherever I could… He stepped away from his dream to breathe and I began chasing my own dream. I practiced, created original art, invested in supplies and inventory, produced prints and cards, loaded in and out of countless shows (often with zero sales and sometimes with dozens of sales), promoted and pursued my dream.
Part of why we make so much sense is our experience pursuing artistic dreams and supporting each other through the years.
To celebrate our upcoming anniversary, I will be creating music themed work this week.
Here’s to many, many more years of playing and painting together. ^_^
night bakers/0 Comments/in daily drawing /by Nidhi Chanani
My friend Angela and I were talking about the busyness of parent life. As she was talking, she had the epiphany that we spend most our day saying NO to ourselves: no sleeping in, no time for a run, no time to shower, no time to read a novel… but when it comes to snacks and treats its an easy way we can say YES. It may not be the healthiest but we embrace these small moments where we can allow ourselves pleasure.
So last week the hubbahubba and I relished our two hours before bed, when baby was asleep, and we baked.