For me these are one of the best I have see from you.. I just loved them so much..
Love the top one!Great hues and very asthetically done, Ramesh..you are doing some really good work:)
Linisha or...is it Shalini?? Thank you for your kind comment :)Prabal, thanks so much buddy!!Thanks a lot Arti for your positive words :)
They can be cards, very delicate work!
Thank you very much Marie! Your comment is much appreciated :)
de très jolies aquarelles avec descouleurs magnifiques !
Ramesh, I love the use of your colors...Nice compositions too. Keep them coming. We are all enjoying them very much!!
Light, full of light and atmosphere, charming sketches!
Second one is good. In first one , I would like more tonal variations than colors, bit flat to my likingCheck my website.
I like them both.The colours, the composition.There ars feelings of wind,light, heat, toil.Nina
Thanks everyone for taking the time to place your kind comments! They are much appreciated :)
Both are again master pieces,, your work is inspiring me to try out water colors! I liked the drama you created with the light playing hide and seek through the lovely foliage in the first picture, and loved the way you used violet in the second.Thanks for liking my Sedona!
I also think that these are some of the best I've seen you do! Those trees in the first one and then that colour and space in the second - such a feeling of tranquility. They are both terrific sketches Ramesh.
I love your colors and loose approach. Wonderful paintings!
Love the treatment of the trees in both of these beauties!
Outstanding work. Very beautiful.
I really enjoyed these four sketches. They are so subtle and spontaneous. The light is beautiful in all of them. I also liked the hills in the previous post and the misty atmosphere. Are there people in the hills working?
Hi Padmaja! Thank you very much! I'm glad my works inspired you.Liz, thanks a ton for your lovely words!Thanks R for appreciating!Thanks a lot Gwen !Thank you Vinayak!Hi Catherine! Thanks so much for following my works. Though it looks like people working in the hills, they are actually the result of spattering with the brush :)