Friday, March 30, 2012

Morning Mood - II

Here is the second of the series. Compared to last one this one is a little later in the morning, when the mist is gone. But still I chose to make it much cooler than the last one. Just one of the whims. :) I hope you enjoy this one too.

Title - Morning mood Bangalore - II
Size - 22 x 15 inch
Medium - Watercolor on paper

18 comments:

Studio at the Farm said...

I do indeed enjoy it, Prabal. I love the diagonal thrust of the street - great composition.

jose luis lópez (Kubi) said...

Fantástica composición y gran efecto de luz. Me gusta mucho.
Un saludo.

ruma said...

Hello, Prabal.

 Awe inspiring your works...
 It lets me feel warmth with the humanity.

 The prayer for all peace.

Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma ❃

KARLITOS said...

El tono neutro general y el gran efecto de lejania muy bien conseguida hasta en los tonos de las aves es lo que hace que me guste tu acuarela ,un saludo .

Carol Blackburn said...

Mornin' Prabal,
Beautiful day to you. Wonderful painting.

Crystal Cook said...

This is beautiful Prabal. I love, love, love it. :)) Such mood and atmosphere. Really it's a fave of mine. I give it 5/5 cookies. :))

Sandra said...

This is fantastic! It is equally as good as the last but those cooler colours give it an entirely different feel. Like it's a cooler day :0)

hmuxo said...

Fantastic watercolor, Prabal!! Those shadows are perfect!!! Love this series.

John Simlett said...

You really have got this series exactly perfect, Praba, right on the button again with this one. The light is so special you will never want to try another. I'm a sucker for street scenes anyway, but these are special.

On my last comment you asked where I had been in India. Well New Delhi mostly but also Bombay & Calcutta (before they changed the names) 1960s & 70s

Kimberly Vanlandingham said...

Wow! Beautiful!

Art with Liz said...

This is going to be a mterrifc series! The more I do watercolour, the less I know and the greater my appreciation of artists like you and the magic you produce.

Prabal said...

Kathryn, Kubi,
Glad you liked the composition. Thank you for leaving a comment for me.

Ruma,
I am so happy that my painting could touch you. Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving a comment for me.

Prabal said...

KARLITOS,
Great to hear from you all the way from Spain. Thank you so much.

Carol,
Thank you and I hope you are painting more and more now.

Prabal said...

Crystal,
Oh wow. Great to get 5 "Cook Cookies". How do you like this term?? :)

Sandra,
Really the feel that can be acheived by just varying the color is just so amazing. Art is just amazing. Thank you for the comment. :)

Prabal said...

Hilda,
Thank you lady. I hope I can do justice to the next paintings in this series. :)

John,
That was really long time back. I was not even born then. :) The great Robert Wade has painted in India probably around that time.

By the way thank you so much for your appreciation. They always encourage me.

Prabal said...

Kimerly,
Thank you. :)

Liz,
Oh thank you so much. I feel the same way about your oils. :)

Wren said...

I love this.

Meera Rao said...

I guess early morning is the only time you can see the streets empty in B'lore :) You have captured the mood well!