Monday, 18 November 2013

Colour and Messy Strokes

London Eye
























Some quick watercolor work I made on the same drawing trips than those black and white pen sketches I posted last week. (And more London stuff coming, next weekend drawing in Tate Britain.)

National Portrait Gallery

10 comments:

  1. Excellent, Sasa. In London eye, (i love), I could see, almost, almost an abstract watercolor. and in National Gallery, I like the lack of definition of the edges of the objects and walls in the background, (you know it's a condition of painting in perspective)
    The point of view and approach remind me of some paintings by Bonard (painter whom I admire)
    (he said something that I love: I do not follow any school, only sought personal fulfillment)
    Thank you for sharing your art, Sasa,
    Want to take a walk, for my imagination? :))))

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    1. Thanks Roberto! You have mentioned Bonard before, I am really flattered, I like his work too. I didn't know the quote but that is the attitude I admire, at least we have that in common :-)

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  2. This stuff is cool. I am enjoying your London work!

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  3. Hi Sasa, I thought of Bonnard too, before I red R's words. The colors are great. Cold on the outside and so warm inside. Bye, Hedwig (from Seattle)

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    1. Thanks Hedwig, I am looking forward to your Seattle sketches :-)

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  4. I'm enjoying my visit to London through observing your works.
    Keep going places!

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    1. Thanks Paula, London is inspiring city to draw, especially since it is so easy here to find good drawing company :-)

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