Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Corridor painted

this is an acrylic version of one of my old fav. watercolor which hung at AWS.

11 comments:

lifeartist said...

You capture a quality of light that is extraordinary. Yet, each piece has its own mood based on color as well as light. Well Done!

Watercolor is such a demanding medium. It doesn't get the respect it deserves.

Sandeep Khedkar said...

Lovely work. The mood and lighting are excellent. I always wonder how you get the same effect in repeat paintings!

abhishek singh said...

this is way too beautiful,
:) i am linking ur blog to mine
thanks for sharing such amazing work

Gulzar said...

I found you thru recently added links on Abhi;s blog...great work! Its always a pleasure to see some wonderful splashes of colours by Indian fellow artists....

Keep it up!
And Abhishek you are doing a good job of all the lovely links...
thanks for the add on too!

Best
Gulzar

jennifer woodburn said...

This is a gorgeous piece. The values, the colour and the way the light draws the viewer in. Lovely!

VINOD MORE said...

Hi Milind sir, if u can remember, i worked with mulick sir for some time 8-9 years back. my illustration were fully influenced by him. but now i got stuck with busy mumbai life, u r the gr8 inspiration for students and coming generation in art, and that u have proved over all these years. i m very glad to c ur the blog. this is extremely best source to b in touch with every one. please keep updating all abt ur shows and share some landscape trip experiences also.. i will keep coming here..

Prabal said...

Yes it is the same, but such a different painting. Once again the light and the shadows are the 'wow' factors. The cycle must be tired of being paked all the time by now. :)

Art with Liz said...

Your 'slices of life' are incredible - I seem to remember this one in watercolour? Loved it then and love it now.

Art... said...

very ice painting sir...i love your works done in semi-dark atmosphere. I guess most people like your daylight work, but your dark shades and neutrals are the ones that I really like.

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Crystal clear light source, sweet.

Barbara M. said...

Wonderful!

Take care,

Barbara