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WOW NICE WORK.... Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

The fourth illustration from my “Tokyo Storefronts” watercolour series. This time I decided to paint something more modern (I think, though I can not be sure how old the building is really) - a Chinese restaurant somewhere between my house and Shinjuku. I see it every time I go there by bus.  A really colourful building with interesting roof and red tiles stands out from it’s surroundings.  Technical stuff:  - Medium: HOLBEIN Waterford white 300g/m cotton paper - Lines: COPIC Multiliner SP…

The fourth illustration from my “Tokyo Storefronts” watercolour series. This time I decided to paint something more modern (I think, though I can not be sure how old the building is really) - a Chinese restaurant somewhere between my house and Shinjuku. I see it every time I go there by bus. A really colourful building with interesting roof and red tiles stands out from it’s surroundings. Technical stuff: - Medium: HOLBEIN Waterford white 300g/m cotton paper - Lines: COPIC Multiliner SP…

The second piece from my ongoing “Tokyo Storefronts” watercolour illustration series. This time, to make some contrast with the previous really colourful meat shop I chose a little bit more industrial building. It is the (former) TSURUYA tailors in Jinbōchō district now a cute antiques and variety shop. The top round sign - a trademark of this shop was unfortunately already taken down when I got there to take some photos so I had to add it using some old photos I found in the Internet. On…

The second piece from my ongoing “Tokyo Storefronts” watercolour illustration series. This time, to make some contrast with the previous really colourful meat shop I chose a little bit more industrial building. It is the (former) TSURUYA tailors in Jinbōchō district now a cute antiques and variety shop. The top round sign - a trademark of this shop was unfortunately already taken down when I got there to take some photos so I had to add it using some old photos I found in the Internet. On…

Colorfully Dripping Paintings - Marc Allante Captures Abstract Ideas in the Bounds of Reality (GALLERY)

Colorfully Dripping Paintings

Colorfully Dripping Paintings - Marc Allante Captures Abstract Ideas in the Bounds of Reality (GALLERY)

"Corfu: Lights and Shadows" by John Singer Sargent.  Simply one of the most inspiring and prolific artists.

"Corfu: Lights and Shadows" by John Singer Sargent. Simply one of the most inspiring and prolific artists.

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