Jay Ganisha, Good morning.

We began the day in Sanganer which is 12km south of Jaipur and has a ruined palace, a group of Jain temps with fine carvings ( The main reason to visit, however, is to see its handmade paper- and block-printing shops, workshops and factories (mostly found around the main drag, Stadium Rd), where you can…

I now have the time to share.

Early mornings, late nights and I needed to concentrate on my task at hand rather than socialise over the past 8 days, so now I’m free for a day and I will photograph and share as much as I can . This is one of the most stunning quilts I viewed. I love everything about…

People, Portraits and figures.

This is one of my favourite categories in the show. I absolutely love the image below, I’ve the subtlety, and the execution to of the placement of fabric and the quilting. I’m not taking photos of all the quilts this year, but instead, I wish to study the ones that I really like and find…

Reminiscing today

With the Houston Quilt Event fast approaching I become reflective. This Event has shared so many wonderful things with me and I consider it the pinnacle of my year in this industry of Textile Art. It’s an Interesting life. You just never know what the future holds. I think we all have times in our…

A Photographic tour of a small tour up to Purgatory Mountain

What is it, We Hot springs are a result of melted snow and rainfall trickle down cracks in the Earth’s surface towards it core. After travelling thousands of feet, it reaches a point where it can’t go any further, so it begins to move back upward, using its intense heat to dissolve rocks and anything…

4.23 am and the body clock is out of sync.

A 16 hour time change, the body clock is not working right and I can’t just lay in bed and think, so I’m up and quietly working on my computer. Hot milk has been consumed and in a while I will probably lay my head on the lounge and sleep until the grandies come down…