Today’s watercolour was done a few years ago. It depicts a Parisian café. Paris is such an amazing city (especially if you love art).
On the beautiful Island of Capri you can find a number of very intricate halls. One of those halls is depicted in today’s watercolour. Some areas of the halls can be a bit dark but not far away light spills in to illuminate the shadows.
Windows are where the inside and outside meet. Today’s watercolour is of a window that looks out to sea, and whose crimson trim demanded to be repainted.
Yesterday’s post was about traveling to Prince Edward Island. Today’s painting also has something to do with travel. It’s a watercolour of the train station in Sackville, New Brunswick. Over the years many students from nearby Mount Allison University made their way to and fro from this particular depot.
Today’s painting comes from a group of watercolours I did a few years ago of doorways in Fredericton, New Brunswick. 527 King St. used to be the head office of NB Power. It has this beautiful set of shimmering metal and glass doors.
Ottawa is one of my favorite places in Canada. I love the National Gallery, the canal, our Parliament Buildings, and a whole lot more. Today’s watercolour captures the Gothic architecture of the Parliament Buildings as it is reflected in the plate-glass of a more modern building.
The hillside town of Assisi is full of these incredible arched doorways. Being a fan of the arch, and Assisi I thought I’d work them into these arch shaped watercolours I’ve been working on.