Thursday, March 5, 2009

windows


This was a crumbling house,about to be brought down.Two windows and a morning light falling on it was a temptation i could not avoid.I had decided to take just onw window in picture, but when i started both looked good! So here it is .

11 comments:

RameshJhawar said...

The windows are painted very nicely.The color of the morning light on the wall is very attractive!

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Your paintings instantly lift my spirit. This is lovely with the splash of sunlight and that wonderful blue. So flowing!

Atul said...

Yes, the morning light is beautifully captured! I could also associate with the fragrance of the surrounding and the quiet feel of the place. Such a simple subject but such an immense joy!

sanjeev joshi said...

Thanks every one.There is one more with blue coming up tommorrow!Atul,i am sure you have been to revdanda, if not you must,as the old ruins are wonderful to capture in camera too.

meera said...

Sunlight on the wall and the windows beautifully captured.

Art with Liz said...

Catching up again Sanjeev. What fantastic light on the wall. It gives the whole painting such a glow.

sanjeev joshi said...

Meera , liz, thanks.I am out of town for 5 days, so no more catching up to do for you!!

Joanne said...

Nice blog. Your style is loose and fresh. It's great.

I know this is a long shot- a have a couple of original watercolors from an Indian artist signed M.D. Thyanga Raj and am trying to learn more about him. By any chance do you know of him?
http://journeysinart.blogspot.com/

or said...

nice! I'm also fond of paintings. I'm happy that I landed on your blog.
I started playing with paints few weeks ago. I'll be happy if you can visit my blog and share your opinion about my work. I'm using acrylic paint. I labeled all my paintings with "I PAINT".
thanks!
You're really a pro!
I hope that you don't mind if I'll add you up in my blog list.
:)

Durga Tilak said...

Hi! the windows are simply beautiful!

sanjeev joshi said...

thanks joanne,or and durga.Durga you are witness to this painting!