I am working on a different series nowadays. Maybe it’s the changing season that’s inspiring me to create a different palette of colors and play with surreal sky effect visual artworks. A different forte compared to my style in making the “Faces in the Crowd” series, with this surreal paintings of skies, stars, and colorful cloudy effects —the options are limitless and no painting is similar to the other. Every single painting turns out to be different.
I love how it turned it so well. When I put it beside the Eclipse’s photos, I realized that there is only a thin line separating from my imagination of the starry skies, the moon, the stars, and the sun. It’s amazing how nature can inspire us to create something surreal.
This one is a version of a cloudy day. The painting is made with lots of greys, viridian, violets, blues and lots of wet-on-wet washes techniques. I specifically used a heavier, matt paper to withstand the washes. I am using the finest grade of Hahnemühle aquarelle papers which are acid resistant, age-free, and totally absorbent and causes no warping. I love the quality of these papers and they come in a block form so I don’t even need a canvass board while working on them.Quite expensive but the quality is good.
“Stormy Clouds “- original Watercolor painting in 36 X 48 cm aquarelle matt paper
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P.S. For those celebrating Easter, do you do Egg hunt and do you know by chance a sample of “Osterbrunnen” culture like the one we have here in Germany?