Saturday, November 27, 2010

Takmachik

The place in this painting is Takmachik village in Ladakh. Alleys are always very nice to paint. And this one also had the perfect lighting along with very beautiful houses and those flower vases on the windows.

I'll be on a break for a week and hence will be absent from blogsphere. See you all after a week. Till then enjoy this one.

Title - Takmachik
Size - 22 x 16 inch
Medium - Watercolor on paper
Photo - Sudakshmina Mandal

21 comments:

Art with Liz said...

Wow Prabal, I seem to have missed so much again!! Absolutely beautiful this one. Just everything about it - the composition, the shadows, that intense blue of the sky! And those amazing white walls. Also loved your doodles. Enjoy your break!

Carol Blackburn said...

Love it, Prabal. Yes those flowers add just the right touch of life to the piece. Hope you enjoy your time away but don't forget us............I will have to go back and look at some of your first postings while you are gone. Stay safe and healthy!

Arti said...

This one is wonderful!Love the white walls against the blue sky...see you soon!

Leslie Redhead Watercolors said...

This just beautiful! I can feel the warmth of the sun. It looks like a place I would like to visit. Thank you for sharing your talent.

Frank said...

Gosh, this is beautiful Prabal! Great perspective, bright and colourful, it really does look like a summer's day.

dubai apartments said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

lupus said...

Good Job, Prabal, it remember me Andalucia in some way...

Big hug.

Enrique.

Luz said...

Una bella acuarela sus trabajos son muy bellos. felicitaciones desde Argentina voy a seguir su blog.

Dipti said...

Wonderful! Love the sunlight effect.

Pat said...

Perfectly painted!
Such a lovely watercolour - bravo ! xx

Sandra said...

This is beautiful. The perspective is so well done and I love the shadows from the flowers on those old walls. One of your best Prabal! :0D

Anudeepa Kadiresan said...

This colors are beautiful prabal,and the shadows.
and I like the painting vertical's dry and sunny color.

Crystal Cook said...

Prabal this is gorgeous! I think this is my new favorite of all your work. Love the perspective and those beautiful colors. fantastic! And I hope you have a good trip!

pc said...

beautiful Prabal !
loved the flowers/creeprs and their shadows..the suggested stony wall around the window on left is done really well..
enjoy the break..hoping for some nice plein-air works from the trip..

cheers
PC

Prabal said...

Liz,
Its always great to hear from you. Thank you so much for the appreciation.

Carol,
How can I forget you. :). I had a great time in the break.

Arti, Leslie, Frank,
Thanks so much guys. Your encouragement is very well appreciated.

Prabal said...

Dubai Apartments,
First of all thanks for liking my blog. And I also appreciate the fact that you left a comment for me.

Enrique,
Its always good to get a comment from you. And the fact that this painting reminds you of Andulasia makes me happier.

Prabal said...

Luz,
Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment for me.

Dipti, Sandra and Pat,
Thanks ppl. I am glad you guys liked it.

Prabal said...

Anudeepa, Crystal
The subject itself was so beautiful that I really did not have to try.

PC,
Thanks for noticing that stone wall suggestion. I just added it quiet intutively and enjoyed doing that.

Sadia Hussain said...

Just beautiful Prabal! Very finely detailed ,especially the walls have come out wonderfully!
Enjoy your break!

hmuxo said...

Love this painting Praval. I love the flowers hanging down from the windows...so colorful. Great texture on the white walls of the building.! perfect.

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