Sunday, January 18, 2009

Adivasi house


Painting outdoor on location (plein air air for some) is addiction. I was traveling entire week and this weekend I went to my native place to be with my parents. Palghar ,my native is about 85 KMs from Mumbai which is less than 2 hours drive. I was tired but still carried art material with me . Though I was away from my regular painting g group, I joined Umesh Kawle who is know watercolor artist . We went to one of the near by Adivasi Village (Adivasi means original inhabitants, these are tribal people) . In this painting I have tried to capture the typical Adivasi house.

15 comments:

Terrainagonia said...

Nice work, compliments, Caio Sandro

Ajay Patil said...

Caio Sandro-0 Thanks for visting and comment

RameshJhawar said...

Nice painting!very bright and colorful.I've never painted outdoors.Must be an enjoyable experience!

Ajay Patil said...

yes Ramesh it is an experience . especially if you are painting with group when same location is painted diffrently by each artist. BTW all my paintings posted so far are done on location .

Art with Liz said...

You've conveyed the peace and warmth of the place so beautifully Ajay. I need to get used to outdoor painting - I can't get comfortable! This is inspiration to do that.

William F. Renzulli said...

Delightful!!

Ajay Patil said...

Thanks Liz, Thanks William

Mineke Reinders said...

Your blog is off to a great start. Your paintings are wonderful, you are very talented. I look forward to seeing more!

Aarti Harish said...

Hi...wonderful paintings...gr8 work..!!

Ajay Patil said...

Mineke & Aarti - Thank you for visiting and comments

Abhijit said...

Superb vibrant colors! Left side la jaga thodi mokli wattey...
proportion is very nice!

Ajay Patil said...

Abhijit- thanks for visiting. left side la thode trees hote paN paint naahi kele

NUREEYA PANICHNOK said...

Hi Ajay...
I come across your blog...
And also I love your style.
ASIA style!

Ajay Patil said...

Thanks Nureeya

Kay said...

Nice and loose work with great understanding of colours. My compliments!