West End Window

I love windows. I love old, untended buildings. I loved this window and this building, and painted them from a photograph which I took last year in Bangalore. While I painted I listened to songs by Kabir. Everything came together in my mind, though of course, the painting is full of flaws. It was a good learning experience. Ramesh Gandhi gave me valuable colour advice when I needed it. So there it is.


6 comments:

Eden Haiku said...

Nice painting of a window! It evokes Proust ( the little yellow wall of a Vermeer's pianting) and a house on the coastline somewhere in Europe ( even though it is from Bangalore:)


Eden

Nancy said...

Thank you! It's a relic of British Bangalore, therefore European-looking.

Isabel said...

A beautiful watercolour! I also love windows. And doorways.

Sue said...

I love everything about it. I hope you post more of your paintings.

Beth said...

Beautiful, Nancy! I'm loving these paintings you've been posting.

Pica said...

Love the light. Which windows are all about, of course....