There's a ton of unexpected things that can happen throughout the day, but the one thing we can all always look forward to is the sunset at the end of it.
I wanted to capture an introspective feeling and show the Detroit River's expansiveness. I went with a late summer sunset vibe with lots of warm pinks and cool blues.
The image is of an evening scene after a sweet rain. After the sun sets, the Sunset vibes pop up. Pink skies are much more beautiful when roads are wet.
I share with you a very special project I had the pleasure to participate in 2021, an initiative of @humanityonthemove.hom with @thisisastromag
There were more than 70 artists who, in collaboration with refugees, worked together to build artistic pieces. The result was a virtual exhibition, which culminated in an online auction to support @donate4refugees .
With all the art pieces sold, they managed to raise 3336 euros. Here is the result of my collaboration with F.!
Watercolor and ink pens
Pastels are used as my medium
Acrylic on canvas 40x60 cm
Watercolour painting of Totoro.
One of my early oils from 2017. I was still getting used to the medium. I liked how the oils worked well for the misty distant hills, and I used glazing for the first time on the clouds.
Inspired by a recent sunset of warm, cuddly tones. Painted with Acrylic Gouache
Coloured pencil drawing
Acrylic painting using drip techniques.
Drawing Prompt Submission
This is an OC that a friend of mine owns, I decided to draw it and I am pretty content with the results! :DDD
Acrylic on 12 x 16 canvas
I feel like my landscapes have very traditional colors so i tried to make these look bright and exaggerated but still hold the same base color. Let me know what you think.
My first commission, they wanted a pretty plain pink sunset picture.
This is an 11.5"x16.5" piece painted with guoache on Bristol paper. This was inspired by one of Bob Ross' paintings.
A simple watercolor artwork inspired by a sunset in Scotland!