Hello dear Steemians,


Today my post is lat but I have just finished my watercolor painting. I love watercolor because it is very challenging and difficult medium. That requires a lot of patience and time. But at the end if you decided to put all your energy and love for painting it will repay with beautiful result.




“St. Giles Cathedral” by @Stef1


Living 20 minutes away from Edinburgh, of course we visit the capital of Capital of Scotland on and off, despite of being there so often. I still love to visit some architectural wonders. One of it is St. Giles Cathedral, is also well known as High Kirk of Scotland, it is located on the main touristic street that leads to Edinburgh Castle.

The cathedral has very unique crown, that is why I decided to use it for work. Also in front of the Cathedral is the sculpture of the Scottish economist Adam Smith.


I hope you like it, please enjoy.



My step-by-step process:












The finished painting



Watercolor painting “St. Giles Cathedral” by @Stef1

Cold pressed watercolor textured paper 30×40 cm, paper weight 300 gsm, watercolors colors in pans and tubes, flat and round brushes.








I hope you enjoyed my post and thank you for viewing 🙂


My ArtVenture: Watercolor painting „St. Giles Cathedral“

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