Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Tree Branches / Galhos de Árvores

Version 2 - Watercolor, 12.2 x9.1 inches / Versão 2 - Aquarela, 31 x 23 cm

Version 1 - Watercolor, 8.3 x 5.9 inches / Versão 1 - Aquarela 21 x 15 cm.

32 comments:

Aleksei said...

Hello Fabio, I like the two versions.Is the first one a study?I like your finished work, but some of your studies are very strong by themselves. You are such an absolute inspiration for me !

pamella said...

Cool landscapes! Fabio , I just wanted to leave a message saying that i think that you are fantastic for being a practicing artist that is willing to share your knowledge of painting with others.

Cathy said...

I prefer version 2! Your painting really are amazing!

rob ijbema said...

great moody mood fabio
feels very natural!

Sandra Galda a Daily Painter said...

I love visiting your blog, your images are so energetic. composition and design is so strong in the florals--something I think is quite a challenge with all the elements in a floral.

Aleksandra said...

Fabulously done Fabio,love your trees even more than flowers.And thank you for your help,soon you can see on my blog how I played with my new toy.Have a great weekend,Aleksandra

siete said...

Fabio, I don't know what is better, both are beautiful...¡Good works¡
Abrazos. Greatings.
Enrique.

Mandy R. Terouac said...

Beautiful, the first version is more..natural. Ow..your paintings are truly wonderful!

Isabelle said...

Good work again. I love your painting , I hope to take a class from you someday. Thanks for sharing your art!

Watercolorist said...

Fabio it's great to see you paint trees. Nice work. I would love to see you do more landscapes.
Jean

Elza Marconi said...

Oi Fábio,que belo trabalho. Você deveria mostrar mais paisagens. São lindas. Abraços, Elza.

franciska said...

Your art is not only masterful of technique, but full of sensitivity ,emotion and life.

terence said...

Hi Fabio,wonderful paintings, you have an awesome technique! I feel redundant in my posts, but let's go: you have a beautiful color palette and each of them -your two landscapes- are gorgeous. I'd like to see more step by step posts or..have you ever thought about an online course? Thanks for sharing your art.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Aleksei, yes, the first is a study.Thanks for stopping by an for your comments!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Pam, thanks! Yes, but I've been learning lots of new tecniques with so many good artists.I enjoy following new blogs and watching their art journey too.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Thanks Cathy! You're always welcome!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Rob, thanks a lot! Your words made my day brighter. I'm one of your admirers.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Sandra, thanks a lot for your visit and comment. Yes, I like to emphasise contrasts and colors when I paint flowers, it's like a style.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Aleksandra, thanks! yes..you've been playing with watermarks now..it's fine :-)

Hi Enrique (Siete), thanks! Your work is wonderful! Hope everybody take a look at your blog!Abraços!Love your country!

Hi Mandy, thanks a lot!

Hi Isabelle, thanks for stopping by!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Jean, thanks! Your opinion is very important, your landscapes are delightful and so transparent!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Franciska, thank you!

Hi Terence, thanks for your kindcomments..yes, I'll think about the class.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Obrigado, Elza, vou postar mais paisagens sim!

Mirella Stacchi said...

Bravissimo! Lovely artwork!

Kimie Legend said...

Color, composition, execution, all yummy. Very nice!

José Ato Saorin said...

Hola Fabio, me gusta mucho tu trabajo, por eso te he agregado en mi blog como favorito.

Oswaldo Martins Jr. said...

Caro Fabio, parabéns pelo trabalho. Sou assíduo frequentador aqui e sua pintura alegra nossos dias!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Mirella, thank you!

Hi Kimmie, thank you!


Hi .. A. Saorin, thank you. You work is truly wonderful!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Caro Oswaldo, obrigado pelas palavras!

Adam Cope said...

Bravo Fàbio

Between the two maybe there not a lot of difference other than working-process... where does 'truth' leave?
(the plein-airist expresses an opinion)

Does Brazil have a winter, a leafless season?

BTW Good choice for the colour in the air : cobalt violet!

Dean Grey said...

Fábio!

I really like the faint trees in the left hand side of the background and the purples in the immediate right.

Very soft looking feel to this one.

-Dean

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Adam...thanks for visiting!
Ok, they're similar. The first one is a brief study. I 've just added more details to number 2.
Humm..no, it's not a typical Brazilian tree...we don't have leafless trees,I have a couple of reference photos..it's just a study.
Thanks for your opinion!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Thanks Dean...I wanted to emphasise the faint trees.It was important for me.