Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Outdoor works

I have not been painting since last two weeks and it is starting to get to me now. Firstly I was away and now when I am back there is loads of work piled up and it is getting difficult to manage some painting time. Till I paint my next piece I thought I'll post some of the plein air works I have done recently. Hope you enjoy them.

 At NGMA, Bangalore

 At Museum Canteen, Cubbon Park, Bangalore

At Berhampur island in Chilika lake, Odisha


Pat said...

Definitely enjoyed them, Prabal. I love the quality of light you always capture. These three are no exception. Excellent work xx

Studio at the Farm said...

I did enjoy them, Prabal. They are wonderful plein air works.

Julie said...

They are all very beautiful! I hope you can get back to painting. It always de-stresses me =)

Art with Liz said...

Hope you get back to the easel soon! And, as usual, these are great. Love that orange glow - you make watercolours sing.

Carol Blackburn said...

Wonderful Prabal, I have a particular fondness for scenes with umbrellas in them, rain or shine.

Kyla Marie Hynes said...

Beautiful colors. I love the last one especially. Your style is very nice and fluid.

Arti said...

Really nice works Prabal..hope you get into the painting mode again, soon.

Sandra said...

Oh yes - they are a real treat! I lovely feel of sunshine just as the weather has turned so cold!
I LOVE that red sunshine in the bottom one - truly beautiful!

Carrie'sCreations said...

Hi Prabal, I've been away from painting for 2 weeks also, ugghhhh!!! Can't wait to get back. Love these paintings, your works just keep getting better and better. I know Crystal already did a feature on you but I'd love to do one also send me an e-mail

Crystal Cook said...

I get verrrrry restless (and crabby my husband would probably say) when I'm away from painting for too long. I feel your pain! Here's hoping you get some time to paint in soon!

And I absolutely love your plein air pieces Prabal. They are so beautiful. The top one really seems to have a fresh feel to it. :)

Kimberly Vanlandingham said...

These are gorgeous!

hmuxo said...

Your work is always inspiring, Prabal. I love the first one...very realistic and beautiful!!

DPS Bose said...


Prabal said...

Someone said the only thing that one paints while painting a landscape is light. Thank you for your kind comment.

Kathryn, Julie,
Thank you so much. I appreciate it.

Prabal said...

Thanks for your wishes. Tomorrow is a plein air session and I hope I can make it.

Even I love umrellas in paintings, especially the big ones. Thank you for your kind comment.

Prabal said...

Thank you first of all for visiting my blog and leaving a comment for me. I am glad that you enjoyed my paintings too.

Thanks Arti. As I said I hope I'll be able to go tomorrow for the outdoors.

Prabal said...

Oh it must be really cold there. I nwish I could send you some of that red sun shine. :)

Looks like we are right now on the same ship, which is called "Staying away from painting ship". LOL. I'll get in touch with you.

Prabal said...

Thanks for empathizing. I am sure you understand. And thank you for the likes. :)

Kimberly, DPS Bose,
Thank you for your kins comment.

Again your words are very kind. Thank you. :)