How to paint a house, a country, a river or even a city

I used to be a house painter.

My first big painting job was in my hometown, in Pune, Maharashtra.

My client was a woman named Pranav, who lived in my village and was suffering from a mental illness.

In the late 1950s, she had a daughter, a beautiful girl named Nika.

I used my own skills to paint Nika’s house in a city.

I painted the walls, ceilings, and floors of the house, using black-and-white brushstrokes.

I did not have any experience painting houses.

I had only seen it done in film and had no idea what I was doing.

When my client told me about the painting, I said, “No, this is a real painting.”

I didn’t know how to paint, and I had no training.

But my client was impressed.

I gave her my full commitment.

I wanted to make her happy, and she gave me the confidence to start painting.

It was my first time in painting a country.

I learned to paint on a canvas.

I was the only woman in the room.

I started painting at 11 years old, and it was not easy.

In a couple of months, I had the first paintings done.

In that period, I did two more paintings in Panchayats, and then I did three more.

My friend and I started to visit places.

I got a job at a shop that sold kitchen paints, and we started doing workshops.

I took the painting lessons of our neighbours and the art teachers, who gave me basic brushes.

The first time I painted a country house, it was at Kota.

I worked on the house with a couple other young people.

We painted a large courtyard, which I painted in four colors.

It took a lot of work, and the paint was still wet, so I would take it to the local shop and paint in red and green.

When I was 14 years old and finished, my friends and I took it to Delhi.

In Delhi, I took classes and got an apprenticeship.

Then I did a small show in New Delhi, and by 18, I was a painter.

I also painted the houses of my neighbours in Poona, Chandni Chowk and in a village in Thane, and did paintings in Chandni Ghat.

It all happened in a couple months.

My clients were very kind to me, and they said, “‘Oh, you will become a great painter someday.’

I was so happy.

I thought I was in the right place.

Then, I decided to do a bigger show in a larger city.

That was in 1950.

I stayed there for seven years, and painted houses in every city and town.

I made paintings in Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Cochin, Ahmednagar, Kanpur, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Hyderabad.

At the end, I painted all of the houses in all the cities in the world, and even in the U.S. They all looked exactly like the paintings I had done in India.

It had a huge impact on my art.

My career started with my second painting, which was in 1962.

I lived in New York City for two years and made about 50 paintings.

My paintings were sold in bookstores, and there was a huge demand for them.

I went to Europe to work on my first painting, but I could not find a studio.

I returned to New York, and my first project was done.

My family was supportive of me, but it took a long time for my clients to buy me a studio and pay for the paintings.

I never painted again after that.

In 1973, I finished painting a large country house in New Jersey, but that was it. I didn