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Wild flowers and Grass: paintings

Posted by Dheeraj Kattula on March 2, 2012

Trasnsparent water colors are beautiful. They are well respected in art circles. Postercolors in India or gouache in countries abroad are opaque colors. They are water based but at the same time there is some possibility for correction and laying colours in layers over previously dried washes. The following are two paintings that I painted recently using this medium. The subjects are simple and are not done in detail but the essence of the subject seems to have got captured.

Wild Flowers

Title: Wild flowers
Poster colors on Handmade paper
Original Size: 36 x 27 cm
20.2.2012

grass

Title: Grass
Poster colors on Handmade paper
Original Size: 36 x 27 cm
18.2.2012

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One Response to “Wild flowers and Grass: paintings”

  1. Beautiful. Can’t wait till our family has its first “Dheeraj Kattula” masterpiece on our walls. Do check out my brother’s work at: http://www.reflectionart.com

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