Saturday, July 25, 2009

Chiesa della Consolazione watercolour


3"x 3" watercolour on 6"x 6" on rough 140lb paper

Santa Maria della Consolazione

After the scorching day we had yesterday, I restricted my morning walk to inside the walls of our town. I found a shady spot to sit with a nice view of the octagonal church.

This is six days in a row of walking and painting. Tomorrow I rest!


8 comments:

Joan said...

You did quiet a few more little paintings since I checked in the last time. These are wonderful!!! I really like this one of the church and the one of the vines in front of the landscape. If I lived somewhere where I could walk to views like these I would be out every morning too!!! Thanks so much for sharing these!

Cathy said...

Another gorgeous church Robyn. I think you have deserved a day of rest after six days of walking and painting.

Sydney Harper said...

This is such a nice little painting. I envy your beautiful scenery.

Jennifer Rose said...

really nice sense of space to those fields :) this is another really nice little painting :)

quirkyartist said...

Your watercolours seem to be changing - perhaps you're developing a very distinct style. Your use of colour is wonderful. I would have thought this church was 'too difficult!' LOL, for me.

Dana Cochran said...

You must have the most beautiful scenery! All of your paintings are so alive...and you have such a great style. I love the small size. I have always been drawn to "little" paintings and drawings.
Thanks for sharing your part of the world with us!

Peter @ italyMONDO! said...

Just discovered your blog... love your watercolors!

Robyn said...

Thanks, Peter. I'm pleased to discover your blog too. I look forward to reading back over the posts.

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