Sunday, March 29, 2009

Window in Old Brick Wall

original watercolor painting of a window by atul pande
Life has been a whirlwind of late, hence a lack of new posts. When I did have a chance to paint, the results have been less than stellar and certainly not worth sharing! In any event, I am working through the "slump" and hope to post more regularly once again.

Window in Old Brick Wall follows in the series of window-themed watercolors I did last year. Needless to say the variations that can be found on a single theme such as this are nearly endless. Working on the window paintings has also taught me the discipline of sketching an outline before applying color. This is of special importance in an architectural subject where the proportions need to be more exact than in some other subjects.

Anyway, it is nice to be back and I look forward to comments as always.

Window in Old Brick Wall, Watercolor on 140lb paper, 4"x6", $25


  1. It's good to see you post again! One of the things I appreciate about reading other artists' blogs is that they all go through blocks too in addition to getting sidelined with life stuff. Your window paintings are interesting to me because in Boston, there are so many interesting windows including those that are bricked in.

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