Sunday, March 10, 2013

Maya faces

Mayan woman 1, watercolor on Langton paper, 21 x 23 cm
Mayan women, watercolor on Langton paper, 30 x 25 cm
Mayan woman 2, watercolor, 13 x 16 cm
I've been so busy lately, having no time for either painting or blogging. So, as soon as I found a few free hours this weekend, I grabbed the brushes and did these studies. They are based on photos I took on my vacation in Mexico.
In the mean time so much has happened in blog-space... I am eager now to catch up.

7 comments:

Polly Birchall said...

Lovely portraits. Watercolour is the hardest medium to do faces. My favourite is the Mayan woman 1.

Rita Vaselli said...

Dear Blaga, from each your travel, you create beautiful paintings! What a wonderful album of memories!
  The faces that you portrait
  are so intense!Have nice week,Rita.

Lydie said...

De beaux portraits avec pour chacune des femmes beaucoup d'expression.

AK said...

All these portraits are fabulous. The features have been so accurately captured. Great.

Jane said...

You caught their special features very well and the skin color is great, well done ! Have a nice week. xx

Blaga said...

Thank you all for your kind comments!

renate said...

Hello Blaga:) Beautiful portraits! It must have difficult because the Mayan people have a certain typical face. You did achieve it exactly. The hair of all those ladies is beautiful! Great job done:)xx