Monday, February 1, 2010

Nrusinhapur

Watercolour on paper: 20" x 14"
This is not an attempt at copying one of Mr. Mulick's paintings. But, I must confess that it was only after going through his beautiful books on watercolour that I realised that beauty can be found in the most mundane and humble subjects. I guess I owe Mulick Sir in more ways than one.
All comments are welcome.

8 comments:

RUPESH PATIL said...

hiiiiiiiii VINAYAK!
ur painting work is so nice!

Ajay Patil said...

very good , especially liked door color and treatment

Vinayak said...

Thank you Ajay.

Prabal said...

Its got everything to make any mundane place look good. Composition. perspective and play of lights..Well done.

Megha Chhatbar said...

You are a fantastic artist. Playing with light and shadows is really difficult but you did so well....:)
Graphite Pencil Sketch: Rajasthani Woman Portrait

Vinayak said...

Thanks a lot Prabal.

Arti said...

Hello Vinayak..your paintings are really good.Very good use of light and great sense of composition.I wonder how many more engineers will I come across who have the heart and hands of an artist!Best wishes.

Yasemin said...

Simply beautiful! ...all the colors and the composition... Love it!