Wednesday, May 27, 2009

tekadi path

20"x22" mix media,the support is the paper called as duplex board around here has a grey surface.
after initial washes of grass and kind of foliedge I carefully did the tree branches.
the last part was painting the sky in between the branches with thick opaque blue pinkyellows.
why did i paint the branches first and then the sky in between filling negtive areas?

8 comments:

Sandeep Khedkar said...

This is beautifully done. Is the base some sort of a white board?

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Just gorgeous--a lovely misty, morning!

Jeremy Elder said...

That is great! Since the path is made up of the bare surface, the painting seems to "grow" off of it.

Mike said...

Great line calligraphy, Milind!

Kathy said...

Wow!!! This is really a GREAT piece!! I love it! This would look great on any of my walls. :)

meera said...

Beautiful glow in the background :)

Kathy said...

I really like this painting. The dominance of the cool shadows enhances the brilliance of the sparse lit areas. Nicely done!

Prabal said...

Wow. The tree branches really seems to have been done carefully. The whites are very well lefft out. But I still did not understand why the sky was painted later on between the branches???