Monday, October 15, 2012

En plein air

Hi there. Been some time since I posted. The news from my side is that I am down with a bad fever for last few days. Today I am feeling a little better. But I guess it is going to take some time. My workshop is just five days away. I hope I am all right by then.

Posting a couple of my recent outdoor works today. Hope you enjoy them.

Plein air @ Whitefield church
15 x 11 inch

Plein air @ outside NGMA
15 x 11 inch


Sandra Busby said...

I'm sorry to hear you have been unwell :0(
My fingers are crossed for a speedy recovery in time for your workshop!
These paintings are gorgeous! I like them each for different reasons; The first for the way light is playing and the second for it's atmosphere and those wonderful reflections of the brake lights :0)

Arti said...

You keep getting better and better with each work, Prabal.Wonderful works!Wish you a speedy recovery, Take Care

Studio at the Farm said...

Prabal, I am sorry to hear you aren't feeling well, and I hope you are much better for the workshop. Ass for your paintings, I love both - beautiful atmosphere captured in them. And I really like how you have painted the rainy scene with the wet road surface.

martinealison said...

J'ose espérer que très vite vous allez retrouver votre forme...
J'apprécie de pouvoir admirer vos oeuvres qui sont toutes les deux merveilleuses... que ce soit celle illuminée de lumière que celle sous la pluie... De très belles atmosphères.
Excellent travail.
Toute mon amitié, bises

pRiyA said...

vous avez fait un travail excellent, michael. thé au gingembre contribue à une bonne santé

hmuxo said...

I'm SO sorry that you're not feeling well...hope you get better fast..and before your workshop!! These two paintings are spectacular as always, Prabal! (I LOVE the Whitefield Church!!!)

Crystal Cook said...

I hope you're feeling better prabal. :( I'm sorry you've been sick. Bummer. Sending you virtual soup!! And best of luck with your workshop. Too bad you can't video it, I'd love to see you paint. And your new works are beautiful, but really they all are. :D

Art with Liz said...

Get better, have a wonderful workshop and keep posting your incredible paintings!