19 March 2015 – Autumn bouquet painted on Arches hot-pressed paper with Winsor & Newton watercolours
The seasons pass so fast. The nature constantly changing: the flowers bloom and wilt; the fruits ripen to be eaten up by the birds or to fall to the ground to rot and to realease the seeds; the leaves change their colour and fall down creating a noisy carpet underfoot.
17 April 2015 – Autumn leaf painted on Daler-Rowney watercolour postcard with Winsor & Newton watercolours
There are so many beautiful sights I would like to capture in paint and not enough time. Maybe there is never enough time and the number of the ideas for the paintings always expands to overflow the available time.
20 April 2015 – Autumn leaf painted on Daler-Rowney watercolour postcard with Winsor & Newton watercolours
The Earth spins around the sun and the seasons repeat themselves giving me new chances to notice the fundamental beauty of nature. My skills slowly improve with every line observed and drawn and I paint the same subjects getting slightly closer to the images I have in my mind.
October 2012 – Autumn leaf painted two and a half years ago in Moleskine watercolour sketchbook
October 2013 – Autumn leaves painted one and a half years ago in Moleskine watercolour sketchbook
April 2014 – Autumn leaves painted one year ago in Moleskine watercolour sketchbook with Winsor & Newton Cotman watercolour paints
And if you feel inadequate and discouraged while comparing your own paintings to the artists that you admire, don’t! Keep on drawing and painting and after awhile compare your own paintings to the ones you’ve done in the past and notice your own progress.
24 April 2015 – Yellow leaf painted on Arches medium watercolor paper with Winsor & Newton watercolour paints