September 26, 2012

Santo Domingo panoramas 1

Two long watercolors made in Plaza de España, before my workshop on Panoramas at last Symposium, with Claudio Patanè. The first one is from the terrace of Alcàzar de Colòn, that has a great view on both side, this one is from the back on the Ozama river. Second one is taken from the square where we had to choose carefully a spot in the shade to draw. A nice and quiet place, anyway.

Alcazar de Colon

Plaza de Espana

I taped together several loose sheets from a watercolor album to make a Japanese sketchbook.

Plaza de España

More drawing from Santo Domingo here.


Murray Dewhurst said...

Really elegant panoramas Simo.

Jim Bumgarner said...

Very nice renditions of a few places I've been with the USkStoDo. Thank you for sharing this!