Sunday, July 4, 2010

Jawhar Mountains


Visited Jawhar-lesser known hill station near Mumbai few wks back . When I posted this painting on FB someone said its very different than my regular paintings. So posting it here for your comments.

I have also added this painting and few more paintings to my recent work section on my website

12 comments:

Art with Liz said...

Have missed your posts Ajay! Nice to see you back. This is different for you - it has a wonderful, almost abstract feel to it. Love the way you lead us right into the heart of the mountains. I think it's terrific.

Prabha N. said...

My ex-colleague belongs to this village. Your painting looks beautiful!

Ajay Patil said...

Thanks Liz
Prabha- its lovely place to visit

Anudeepa Kadiresan said...

Very unique use of colors when compared to your other paintings Ajay, I enlarged to see whether you sprinkled some white,but it is your brushstrokes..
Thanks for your genuine comment, please continue comment what you think, first I went to my page and looked at my rose ,yes it is little bit like that, thanks a lot i will correct on my next one.

Arti said...

It is different but all the same, very attrative piece of art!The painting has an abstract feel that makes it stand out.I like it very much!

Sparrowhawk said...

the scenic beauty of the hills have been captured beautifully. I saw most of your paintings this time. The paintings of assam, meghalaya and arunachal are fantastic!

Urmi Chanda Vaz said...

This is beautiful Ajay!

Annie said...

I did have a walk trough your blog and I saw that this watercolor kept on capturing my attention. The colors are bright, you make full use of complementary colors here and there is much light in. Very beautyful!!

Ajay Patil said...

thanks Annie

Ishrath said...

Lovely choice of colors... and the way they blend into each other. Keep painting.

Magnetic Island Artist Edward Blum. said...

Beautiful, it is so open and unrestricted. I find myself drawn into this painting, almost as if I am a bird viewing what I see before me. Lucky Bird!

Ajay Patil said...

Thanks Edward, The veiw is from another hillock nearby.