Sunday, March 29, 2015

Hibiscus I

Watercolor, 15x18 cm
It is raining and dark outside although it is only 16:30 in the afternoon. Since I prefer to paint with natural light, I stopped working on this hibiscus. I will set this aside for sometime to see how I would like to finish it. 
I used my own reference photograph for this painting which I took during my visit in Asia. I do not know yet the specific name of this hibiscus but it is a typical single variety found in tropical climate.
I wish you all a fruitful art week ahead.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

A quick rose sketch

Watercolor, 14x19cm
Did this light red rose very quickly late in the afternoon yesterday. It was just to satisfy my feeling of something like I have to paint that day.

Friday, March 20, 2015

A robin

I'm not really happy with this one but anyway I decided to show it here. This is in watercolor, 14x19 cm. on acid free watercolor paper. Fine days ahead to everyone.

Monday, March 16, 2015

A bright tulip to start the day

Yesterday, I painted this tulip just to try my new set of Winsor & Newton artist acrylic. I like the quality of the paints. Will use them more.
This is a small size painting, 14x19 cm on Fabriano acrylic paper. 

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Yellow orange rose

Watercolor, 14x19 cm
Gave this as a birthday card to a couple whose birthdays fall on the same day. They just had a celebration last week. Based this painting from the photos I took from a bunch of roses we had last Valentine's Day. I used here Fabriano Artistico rough watercolor paper.

Saturday, March 7, 2015

An apple a day

Watercolor, 13x18 cm
On acid free Fabriano Artistico watercolor rough paper
Apple is one of the regular fruits I eat everyday. Usually, I peel the fruit before taking it because of the danger of the pesticide sprayed on it. Nowadays however, I choose to buy the organic ones so that I can also eat the skin of the fruit. It is in the skin where most of the vitamins sit.