Friday, October 29, 2010

Roussillon II

Watercolor, 12.6 x 9.4 inches, not available for purchase.

Aquarela, 32 x 24 cm, indisponível para aquisição.

24 comments:

ashley said...

Wow.... love that piece... makes me want to BE THERE!!!

MeuSom said...

Olá Fábio
cheguei ao teu blog através de uma amiga do António
aprecio imenso o teu trabalho que tenho acompanhado, apesar de em silêncio
tenho um prémio para ti que é um Selo DARDOS, não exige regras, podes levantar aqui:

http://decifrandomeusom.blogspot.com

se te apetecer da uma olhadela no blog da Fenix, é só clicar na imagem.

beijo

Sadami said...

Dear Fabio,
Beautiful work! Colors and light are very eye pleasant.
Cheers, Sadami

rahina q.h. said...

something abstract about this... very attractive Fabio

Kathy said...

Another Beauty Fabio. Thanks for sharing, you are an inspiration to us all!!

annie said...

Hi, Fabio

I have been enjoying your paintings, so much, and keep your blog on my Google Reader so that I can see your latest work.

Your demos are such fun to watch and such a helpful way to learn about watercolors. The sunflower demo is my favorite, and I watch it over and over. But I am puzzled by how you can sweep your brush in those lovely curves and go back to the white paper when you start to do the stems. When I try to do it, myself, my paint holds on to the paper too much. What kind of paper or board do you use?

annie

Raimundo Lopez said...

Fábio, tus acuarelas de Provenza son preciosas!!
Espero que algún dia podamos ver alguna de Barcelona.
Un fuerte abrazo!

joëlle said...

Merci Fabio de nous présenter vos belles aquarelles du midi de la France. Façades et ruelles plombées par le soleil où se dégage toute l'atmosphère méditeranéenne.

Watercolorist said...

Another lovely painting. Really loved the demonstration on the sun flower. I tried it without success so far. You make it look easier than it is.
Jean

Albert Gallego said...

Fábio, a cor 'rosé' dessa fachada é uma pura delicia. Continue a postar para nós essas maravilhas da Provença. Um abraço.

joshemari said...

Fantáscicos colores mediterráneos en esta acuarela, como en la anterior de Menerves. Te has sabido adaptar perfectamente a estos colores de aquí.
Las sombras, están muy bien pintadas.
Te felicito Fábio.
Un abrazo.

hmuxo said...

I stumbled upon your blog and very happy that I did. Your paintings are wonderful...love your style and the use of your colors. Beautiful work!

F.M.Marrouch said...

Me encanta como siempre,
saludos.

RUDHI - Chance said...

Really beautiful aquarells! And this impression of light...

Dean Grey said...

Fábio!

Was the building pink in real life or did you change it up during the actual painting?

Either way it looks cheerful and pretty!

-Dean

Cathy said...

Oh I love this one! This whole series on France is really stunning! ... and I'm not saying that because you painted my home region of France!!! ;-)

megha kapoor said...

wow!what a lovely painting fabio...you are really too good and a huge source of inspiration.i m following your blog from about a month and your work inspires me a lot.i m a beginner please chk out my blog and comment on my work so that i can improve my work from your comments.thanks..

Sally Evans said...

gorgeous! Reminds of an area I visited in Melaka, where all the buildings were this colour....lovely and you always capture climate so well.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Thanks everyone for your wonderful posts...they mean a lot to me!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

"meu som" ..muito obrigado, vou lá ver.

Annie....Arches, cold pressed, grain fin...thanksa for your comments!

Raimundo...ah, usted já retrata tão bem Barcelona...! Não me atrevo a pintá-la! Abraços, gracias!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Cathy....yes..you're from a stunning part of the world, thanks for your visit!

Hi Dean!Hum...yes, it' was pink, dark pink..something betwenn pink and earth tones...hard to describe it, :-0)

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Cathy....yes..you're from a stunning part of the world, thanks for your visit!

Hi Dean!Hum...yes, it' was pink, dark pink..something betwenn pink and earth tones...hard to describe it, :-0)

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Megha, thank you v much for your comments!!

Jessica said...

Fabio, you're the best! Ciao!