Ocho Balcones (No.6): Angled Perspective
This sixth gouache in my collection, Ocho Balcones, is all about angles. Viewed from a seated position in our dining room, and with a door open to the right, the street outside another of our balconies benefits from a sloping reflection and a slightly different perspective from the rest of the collection. And since it is viewed from below, this painting is the first of the set to include the bright blue sky which so often graces the beautiful views we enjoy in our Mallorca home. Glowing with all its unmistakeable Mediterranean glory, the sky marks a striking contrast against the dark interior whose moody shadows frame this 6th balcony view.
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The blue of the sky – superb.
Oh really beautiful !
You’re very kind Julie, thank you!
Awesome work on the perspective and reflection! Really love your blog and your work (both photos and paintings), Nic!
Hi Naomi, coming from someone with such talent as yours, that is a real compliment, thank you!!
Wow! You continue to amaze. Love this vantage point.
Thank you so much!!