Tuesday, January 26, 2010

walk with me


Full emeperial sizew watercolor on paper. Had done half size at location, walkway towards Mahatma Gandhi Memorial at National Park Mumbai. This bigger painting done with same reference.

18 comments:

Anudeepa Kadiresan said...

very nice,can't get words to comment your washes

Ramesh Jhawar said...

Nice painting!

Sandeep Khedkar said...

A lovely painting, Ajay!

Ajay Patil said...

glad you guys liked it.Thanks

Prabal said...

Everytime you post such a painting which is a part of Mumbai it really surprises me. Such green places are very hard to find here in Bangalore except Cubbon park and Lal bagh..

Ajay Patil said...

Prabal, these green patches are lungs of Mumbai. National park extends from Borivali till Thane and encompasses an area of 104 square kilometres ( though we have access only to limited area as its reserve land)

Roopika said...

Mirage like, the steps are so welcoming,in spite of the ragged edges!

Ajay Patil said...

Roopika , Thanks

RUPESH PATIL said...

such a beautiful painting Ajay!

Arti said...

Very nice painting, Ajay.Yo tend to use a very limited palette, but achieve great results!

Ajay Patil said...

Thanks Rupesh.
Arti- you are right about limited palette , as thumb rule i try and use only 4 to 5 colors. here its yellow orche, cobalt blue, orange and burnt siena thats 4 colors only

Art with Liz said...

Gosh Ajay but you have such a gift of bringing in atmosphere into your work. It feels so peaceful in this painting and the colours of the trees are great!

Nasar Khot said...

Ajay, its really nice work..wth limited colors good work..keep it up...I wish you all the best in ur life

William F. Renzulli said...

A beautiful painting...one of your best!

siete said...

Ajay, very welldone this work, and very clean, that's very important.
I like it.

Grettings.

Enrique.

Nancy Goldman said...

Your subdued greens add to the tranquil feel of this painting. It's beautiful.

pc said...

you've mastered the art of landscapes with watercolor :)

Monissage said...

I like the way you catch the mood of the scenery.