Hello dear Steemians,
Today I wanted to present my recent Watercolor painting that once again I have taken as a reference photo the beautiful An Yang Ru pavilion, that I saw in one of @slowwalker’s post, bellow I will give the link to the post too.
I would like to thank @slowwalker for sharing such historical places in Autumn colors, that inspired me to create my work.
The reason why, first of all, this is interesting wooden construction, double storey. I love everything made of solid wood and this construction also really old. I can‘t stop be impressed with the craft skills of ancient people, their love to beauty and their will to give something to future generation.
„An Yang Ru pavilion“ by @Stef1
When I saw that pavilion I became a bit jealous as I would be love to have such pavilion too where you could sit up so high and look at the horizon, enjoy spectacular view and just have a cup of good coffee or tea, of course with cake 🙂
Also I did not use watercolor for some time and decided to refresh my skills, from my painting I love most those three little bushes on right, that was real fun to do them and I am very satisfied with the result.
My step-by-step process:
The finished painting
Watercolor painting „An Yang Ru pavilion“ by @Stef1
Cold pressed watercolor textured paper 30×40 cm, paper weight 300 gsm, watercolors colors in pans and tubes, flat and round brushes.
The Best Place for the Scenery in Bu Seok Sa Temple, An Yang Ru Pavilion – by @slowwalker
I hope you enjoyed my post and thank you for viewing 🙂