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

18 comments:

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 =)

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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 carriewallerart@gmail.com

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...

Good

Prabal said...

Pat,
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...

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

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

Prabal said...

Kyla,
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...

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

Carrie,
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...

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

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

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