The Rock

These two watercolors are inspired by my memory of the Yosemity National Park. It is so many years ago that I have been there but it is still an unforgettable memory. And always a good motive for a watercolor painting. The first painting is more experimental, the second became a little bit cheesy.

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“The Rock 1” – 058_2020 Watercolor / Daler-Rowney Aquafine smooth/hot-press – ca. 42 cm x 29,7 cm / 16.5´ x 11.7´ in / Lukas Aquarell 1862- paints @LukasFarben #Lukasfarben #Lukasaquarell #Lukaswatercolors #brushparkwatercolors #carstenwieland #worldwatercolormonth #wielandfineart Watercolors and much more: https://www.wieland-fineart.com/shop/

Diese beiden Aquarelle sind von meinen Erinnerungen an den Yosemity National-Park inspiriert. Es ist schon so viele Jahre her, dass ich dort gewesen bin, aber es ist nach wie vor eine unvergessliche Erinnerung. Und immer wieder ein gutes Motiv für ein Aquarell. Das erste Aquarell ist eher experimentell, dass zweite scheint mir etwas kitschig geraten.

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“The Rock 2” – 060_2020 Watercolor / Daler-Rowney Aquafine smooth/hot-press – ca. 42 cm x 29,7 cm / 16.5´ x 11.7´ in / Lukas Aquarell 1862- paints @LukasFarben #Lukasfarben #Lukasaquarell #Lukaswatercolors #brushparkwatercolors #carstenwieland #worldwatercolormonth #wielandfineart Watercolors and much more: https://www.wieland-fineart.com/shop/

13 thoughts on “The Rock

  1. I’m enjoying them both as different expressions rather than the 2nd being cheesy. The 1st has that sacred majesty of light hitting the face seen from within the “foyer” of the trees. The 2nd. The 2nd has this Autumnal Evening feel of fall right as the light says, “get the fire going and move into the evening with friends.” The orange splotches across the water tree to tree just make for some enigmatic interest with that orange pairing so well with its (brown-maker) blue, and also that maybe there’s a wicked huge spider web over the rover and some Fall leaves are hanging out stuck in it.

    I intensely dig them both, Carsten.

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