Tuesday, December 4, 2012

The last plein air for 2012

This is my last en plein air painting for 2012 by all probabilities. This year I have sketched and painted outside quiet a few times and it has helped me improve so much. But most importantly I have enjoyed these sessions a lot. And I must thank my group Pencil jammers for making this happen.

Plein air @ Museum Canteen, 02 Dec 2012
11 x 15 inch
Watercolor on paper


Studio at the Farm said...

It's a beauty, Prabal! You have such a good eye for colors - the subtle pinks and greens work so very well here. :)

Laura Moore said...

Fantastic work especially considering you did this plein air.

Christa Mavropoulou said...

an amazing painting with many details and fantastic colors,,, shadows beautify the task even more!
I'm impressed and happy to find you

Ray Maclachlan said...

You have really caught the light in this painting Prabal. I like it a lot. Well done. Please take off the comment proof, it really is unnecessary.

Crystal Cook said...

So beautiful Prabal. :) But no surprise there. And I like the name pencil jammers. That would make a sweet rock band name right? Prabal and the Pencil Jammers, now all you need is an electric guitar. ;)

hmuxo said...

This is gorgeous, Prabal. The shadows on the building is amazing...looks like a photo! A wonderful plein aire painting to end the year with!!

Pat said...

What a high to leave the year on!
I love the soft pinkish tone to the building and the fact its echoed more faintly in the far distant building.
The shadows are outstanding too! xx

Sandra Busby said...

I think that by painting Plein Air you have maintained the spontaneity and freshness in your work, which is sometimes lost in a studio. Love it! :0)