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Say Hello to my brand new website!
On the occasion of the third birthday of my blog The Umbrella Bar, I am so delighted and happy to present to you my new website.
http://www.sumedhasah.com/
Yes! its is entirely made by me (of course, with the help of a few amazing softwares online)
I’d love to know your views about it and do share it with your family and friends. 
It is indeed a proud moment for me, Happy third Birthday, Umbrella bar!
Overjoyed!

Say Hello to my brand new website!

On the occasion of the third birthday of my blog The Umbrella Bar, I am so delighted and happy to present to you my new website.

http://www.sumedhasah.com/

Yes! its is entirely made by me (of course, with the help of a few amazing softwares online)

I’d love to know your views about it and do share it with your family and friends.

It is indeed a proud moment for me, Happy third Birthday, Umbrella bar!

Overjoyed!

— 9 hours ago

Hello Singapore Lah!

Been a long time since my last post. I’ve been on the move and now settled in the swanky island of Singapore . I am visiting all the touristy places that I can and can be spotted with my camera and sketchbook walking around this beautiful country. A start to a much awaited month of exploration. Wanderlusting in Singapore!

More to come soon.

Ink and watercolor on paper

— 5 days ago with 5 notes

Mr. Owl
An owl illustration for a secret collaboration I’ve done recently, about which I will be able to tell you all soon. But first , A great opportunity has been knocking on my door and like all positive people I’ve finally taken up , what I consider my most challenging projects so far. This particular project takes me to the Northeast India for ten whole days where I will travel and explore the cultural landscape, traditions, geography and flora and fauna in search of inspiration. My trip starts tomorrow and I am super excited for it. More about this project soon!
Packing my bags yet again!

Wish me Luck!

Mr. Owl

An owl illustration for a secret collaboration I’ve done recently, about which I will be able to tell you all soon. But first , A great opportunity has been knocking on my door and like all positive people I’ve finally taken up , what I consider my most challenging projects so far. This particular project takes me to the Northeast India for ten whole days where I will travel and explore the cultural landscape, traditions, geography and flora and fauna in search of inspiration. My trip starts tomorrow and I am super excited for it. More about this project soon!

Packing my bags yet again!

Wish me Luck!

— 3 weeks ago with 5 notes

My new Illustrated book
Look what just arrived in the book stores. Can’t wait to recieve  my copies . Had I not been living in my mountain abode , I would have recieved them in a day. Looking out for the postman!

My new Illustrated book

Look what just arrived in the book stores. Can’t wait to recieve  my copies . Had I not been living in my mountain abode , I would have recieved them in a day. Looking out for the postman!

— 4 weeks ago with 1 note

Featured on Homegrown!
"Recently, Homegrown found synergy with TIGI’s ‘This Is Me’ campaign; conceptualized to shine the spotlight on young Indians’ growing dedication to individuality. With only a day left to go, we called upon some of the country’s most interesting young illustrators to reimagine iconic Hollywood hairstyles through mediums of their choice. The results, unsurprisingly, were pretty astounding.”
Iam glad to be a one of the 12 artists chosen to be a part of this project where I have Illustrated the popular hairstyles of 2000’s . View the feature here  : http://homegrown.co.in/young-indian-illustrators-bring-hollywoods-most-iconic-hairstyles-to-life/

Featured on Homegrown!

"Recently, Homegrown found synergy with TIGI’s ‘This Is Me’ campaign; conceptualized to shine the spotlight on young Indians’ growing dedication to individuality. With only a day left to go, we called upon some of the country’s most interesting young illustrators to reimagine iconic Hollywood hairstyles through mediums of their choice. The results, unsurprisingly, were pretty astounding.”

Iam glad to be a one of the 12 artists chosen to be a part of this project where I have Illustrated the popular hairstyles of 2000’s . View the feature here  : http://homegrown.co.in/young-indian-illustrators-bring-hollywoods-most-iconic-hairstyles-to-life/

— 1 month ago with 2 notes

Little moths

I painted these colorful moths on waste wooden pieces lying around at home and placed them among my precious scullents on my father’s old Engish Office chest. They look wonderful and frame my view as I gaze out of the windows to see the Oak forest outside.My father’s Office is my studio for a while and its going to be a lot more colorful than I found it!

Enamel paint on wood

— 1 month ago with 3 notes

Two Brothers

Inspired by the French painter Henry Matisse, this twin portrait is a celebration of color !

Ink and poster paints on paper

— 1 month ago with 3 notes

All 5 birds are available in my artsicle store
http://www.artsicle.com/Sumedha-Sah
introducing  Worldwide shipping ! 

All 5 birds are available in my artsicle store

http://www.artsicle.com/Sumedha-Sah

introducing  Worldwide shipping ! 

— 1 month ago with 1 note

Little Forktail
The black and white bird on a Nasturtium plant.
Ink and watercolor on paper

Little Forktail

The black and white bird on a Nasturtium plant.

Ink and watercolor on paper

— 1 month ago with 5 notes

Green Backed titThe bird among Daffodills!Ink and watercolor on paper

Green Backed tit

The bird among Daffodills!

Ink and watercolor on paper

— 1 month ago with 3 notes