Free-Spirited Artist | Storytelling with Comic Books and Paintings
Welcome to my blog
My blog which is written from a spiritual and inner perspective on my journey as an artist
By Jag Lall, Jun 20 2015 04:32PM
Sometimes in an effort to promote myself more and push myself out there I realised I needed to pull back the horses and take a good look. After much thought and chin scratching (or perhaps that should be beard scratching) I have decided to remove the recently added online shop from my website. Why?
By Jag Lall, May 23 2015 05:11PM
Well it's coming up to the end of the month and what a month!
I have been thinking a lot about my art recently, where it may lead and where my choices and dreams will take me. Sometimes the road can be rather precarious, frustrating yet also absolutely enriching all at the same time. I have learnt to embrace the climb because the inner self, the soul knows the way even if our mind is unsure. I think when one strives to be the best that they can and gives their heart to make their dreams come true, the universe will weave in your melody.
By Jag Lall, Apr 23 2015 08:35PM
A blog post which is way overdue but I will endeavour to put out a blog once a month recapping my months' work, thoughts and feelings about the direction I am going in this journey. The big event on the April 11th was Vaisakhi at City Hall, I was very humbled and honoured to be invited to exhibit there alongside other tremendous artists, a few who I had met only for the first time.
By Jag Lall, Feb 5 2015 01:45PM
I have been thinking a lot lately about one's potential and talents. Being blessed with creative skill really is nothing more than having a hammer and a nail to put together a table. You still have to do the work to put the table together. Quite simply talent is nothing if you don't dedicate the time to make it blossom.
By Jag Lall, Sep 21 2014 10:55AM
Finding the niche that you wish to dive into and learning to let things go is never an easy decision but over the past few months I took the choice to drop a lot of artwork and projects and put a stop to that. I have always wanted to develop my comic book career more but I had put that aside to do so many other projects; book covers, range of digital work and various commissions. Though I enjoyed a lot of the work I created, I found that I spread myself way, way too thin doing all kinds of jobs and work for people, taking on anything and everything. However I always felt I was on the cusp of my true calling with my art, like standing on top a mountain of light but my eyes were blinded by the fog around me.