"Waiting for the Monsoon"...
This painting is created on a canvas with oil paint. The size of the painting is 24 X 36 inches.
Malabar Pied- Horn bill is painted on canvas with oil paint. The size of the painting is 24 X 36 inches.
The painting of the person holding a traditional torch is done with acrylics on a canvas board. This size of the painting is 18 X 24 inches.
"The New Morning"
This is a painting of 24 X 36 inches. Done with acrylics on canvas. Wanted to capture a glimpse of the swan who is doing its morning routine.
"Looking for the next meal..."
The red-vented bulbul is a member of the bulbul family of passerines. It is resident breeder across the Indian subcontinent, including Sri Lanka. Here I wanted to capture the business of the little bird. ( Acrylic on canvas,12 X 10 inches)
"The Little Angel..."
I used oil paint to create this painting and done on a canvas panel. Size of the painting is 12 X 10 inches.
One of my watercolor paintings.
"Asian tabby boy..."
This is done with acrylics on canvas. One of Hannah Davies's cats and this painting is based on one of her photos.
"The Big World..."
The painting of this tiny flower is 10 1/2 X 15 1/2 inches.
An Italian landscape...
This landscape is painted with acrylics on canvas based on a photograph of my Italian friend, artist letizia sacchi.
"waking up".... (White Lotuses)
This is painted on a canvas panel (36 X 24) with acrylics. I enjoyed a lot painting the lotuses that waking up as the sun-rays touch the petals.
This is an oil painting and this is one of my early creations. I wanted to express the vibrant coulours of the peacock with out disturbing the harmony of the painting.
Deity "Sumana Saman"...
This painting was done with acrylics on a canvas board in the traditional style which was so popular in the era of Kandyan Kingdom.
An ancient warrior...
This is a painting of ancient warrior. Painted on canvas with oil paint.
I have used Adobe Photoshop to do this painting...
Misty mountain range...
This misty mountain range is painted on canvas (24X12 inches) with oil paint based on a photograph taken by myself.