Friday, November 16, 2018

Watercolor Paintings: An Evening and a Forest


श़ब को गले लगाती शाम,
अपने घरों को जाते 
पंछियों से भरा,
सुर्ख़ आसमान।
वो दोस्तों से बातें करना
वो एक तारा ढ़ूंढने की कोशिश करना।
वो हवाएं हल्की-हल्की
वो घर जाने की जल्दी...
शाम अब भी हसीन होती है,
इंटरनेट के जाल में उलझकर,
हम देखना भूल जाते हैं, शायद।


I am participating in a colour-based art challenge on Instagram. Here, I am sharing my take on Umber and Brown colour.


The painting above is inspired by a lovely click by Namrata. She posted it on Instagram and I felt like painting.


When it comes to seeking inspiration, writers and artists have similar approach. Artist is a big word for me, but now that I paint, whenever I look at beautiful landscape/photos, I think 'Can I paint this?' Sometimes, they glare, as if saying, 'Tumhaari ye mazaal! {How dare you!}'


Here's another painting, a forest ---






And, this one ---







Just a practice painting {I was actually trying to paint a figure}. 

I have realized something that writing and painting are different in a very striking way. When I write something, I think it's good, but I don't like it when I revise it after some days. When I paint, I do not like it. I get up in the morning {I usually paint at night} and look at my painting, I think 'It's not that bad.'



I didn't like this painting initially {the left one got clumsy because of my impatience}, but now, I find it pleasant. You? :)






Sharing With Paint Party Friday



21 comments:

  1. Yes, I find your artwork immensely pleasant. Your watercolours are serene. I liked how you did the little figure too, it immediately adds another story to your painting. Happy PPF :D)

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    1. Oh, thank you so much for your lovely and encouraging comment. :)

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  2. Really amazing watercolours. The sepia really adds depth in the first, so dramatic and I love the purple leaves within the second. Both magnificent.
    Thank you for sharing & Happy PPF Tracey.

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    1. I'm so glad you liked it. Thank you so much, Tracey! :)

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  3. Your watercolor art is beautiful. Love colors too.
    Happy PPF xx

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  4. Wonderful paintings, my fave is the last one, just breathtaking! Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

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    1. I'm so glad you liked it. Thank you so much! :)

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  5. Lovely work Tarang and an admirable creative attitude
    Happy PPF

    much love...

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  6. your paintings are beautiful- I'm really enjoying your landscape art very much. Happy PPF!

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  7. These are very beautiful and atmospheric landscapes. I always try nowadays to leave a painting overnight also t see what I think of it on a new day.

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  8. So pretty! Love the serenity! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Those are just so beautiful! Perfect scenes. Happy PPF from Number 31 :D

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  10. Both of these are just beautiful. The first one is my favorite.

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  11. They are both very nice, I do like the colours you've used in the second one, very effective.

    All the best Jan

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