Saturday, October 29, 2011

Autumn walks

The red tree (Arches 28 x 19 cm)

Autumn walk (Arches 28 x 19 cm)

The sunny meadow (Arches 28 x 19 cm)
These three small landscapes are based on photos from a walk in the near by conservation area a couple of weeks ago.

10 comments:

Michael Bailey said...

Blaga, these are wonderful. I won't pick a favourite - they all are. Beautiful fresh watercolours with super compositions.

Judy said...

They are all beautiful, Blaga! I love the light and shadows in all of them. But the third one is my favorite!

Jane said...

You really would like to go for a walk in these wonderful surroundings , you pictured the beauty of the place so well! They are all magnifiques!!
Have a nice sunday. xox

Tito said...

Hi Blaga, the three are bautiful, but the first one is surely my preferred! Well done! Ciao.

Lydie said...

Beautiful walk Blaga, I don't make a choice, I take the three ;)))

Gordon said...

These are wonderful, relaxing, very picturesque. You need
to open a gallery :)

Blaga said...

Thank you, Michael! I was trying to paint fast and leave the colors fresh, and I think I partially succeeded.

Tank you, Judy! Yes, the third one has the most dramatic contrast between sun and shade - and that's exactly what made me take the original photo.

Thank you, Jane! My main goal was to try and simplify the scenes. The beauty of the original views did the rest.

Thank you, Tito! The bright red foliage on the sugar maple is very typical for the autumn in Canada. I may try this view in a larger format sometime.

Thank you, Lydie! Next autumn I should have the courage to paint en plain air, like you do.

Thank you, Gordo! A gallery!? Yes, this is it! You know I paint purely for fun...

Floriana Quaini said...

ciao Blaga, nice and relaxing. The first is the best and is really like the nature of Canada. I have been a Ottawa many years ago and I across by car all the canadian states till Vancouver.
Canada is wonderful and his nature too.
Ciao, a presto, Floriana

Sadeu said...

muito bom o seu paisagens de aquarela, Blaga : )

jane minter said...

these are fantastic landscapes blaga !