Sunday, March 29, 2009

Murud House

This must be 33rd attempt of this particular spot. Don’t get surprised, I always do 2-3 attempts of most paintings .this one i do as a demo in my watercolor course to illustrate direct approach as well as various color and light relations. Fortunately I can still amuse myself by trying something new in that each time.

12 comments:

Anders Andersson said...

What a glow in your panting!

Ramesh Jhawar said...

The light is so brilliant...can feel the sun!Amazing!

Kathy said...

Nice demo, but I don't look at it as amusement when you do it a bit different each time. I look at it as knowledge. Each time we are learning from it. Sometimes the lesson is for our students and lots of times it is for ourselves.

Ajay Patil said...

As Kathy said correctly its learning for us. e.g. If I compare this with one on your website ( greenhouse) it tells me how you have added more details to same spot with same lighting condition

Barbara M. said...

Hi Milind,

Lovely. I am so interested in your
abstract use of line and colour, and the resulting realistic image.

Wonderful. It looks like you had fun.

Barbara

Art with Liz said...

Ohmygosh Milind, this is terrific - that tree behind the house is an absolute wow!

Ramesh Jhawar said...

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kamal anjelo said...

Milind, your watercolors are so beautiful.

Jeremy Elder said...

Everything you do is so wonderful. I am amazed by the depth that you can create with water colors. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I will definitely be back to yours!

Rajeev Mohan said...

Love the trees and the sunlight bouncing all over. Beautiful.

Enrique Perez said...

nice paints!

meera kul said...

painting for 33 times count ur brush milage.ur brush has travelled a long way to this sunlit murud house