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House in the woods by MilindMulick

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These small little houses fascinate me because of jungle background and simplicity. Water color on paper 16.254" X 11.576"

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village, house, sunny, afternoon, christmas, red, blue, green, yellow, white, purple, grey, landscape, trees, light, nature, watercolor, water color, scenic, beautiful, beauty, scenery, love, holiday, peace, spiritual, peaceful, calm, life, wild, vacation, tranquil, mist, misty, fog, scene, sparkling, seasons, seasonal, greeting, impressionistic, surreal, summer, winter, rain, spring, sky

My father, Pratap Mulick, is a well-known illustrator and painter.

I am painting most of the time I run my own watercolor courses I also hold workshops

I have had 20 one- man shows in Mumbai and Pune. My paintings are in the collection of many private individuals and a few Corporate houses in India, USA, Europe as well as Japan and Singapore.

I have thus been painting for last 22 years & created a place for myself in contemporary Indian art.

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  • Sally Griffin
    Sally Griffinabout 3 years ago

    very lovely….soft and gentle…powerful

  • Thank you very much Sally….

    – MilindMulick

  • Sean Seal
    Sean Sealabout 3 years ago

    Nice watercolor.

  • Thanks Sean

    – MilindMulick

  • Joseph Valcourt/Modernus Art Studio
    Joseph Valcour...about 3 years ago

    fine work of art

  • Thank you Joseph

    – MilindMulick

  • Mary Sedici
    Mary Sediciabout 3 years ago


    JULY, 10th 2011

    SEE YOUR WORK IN THE PERMANENT FEATURED GALLERY
    SEE ONGOING CHALLENGES
    Your participation with works/votes it is greatly appreciated
    Mary

  • Many thanks Mary for the honor!

    – MilindMulick

  • scallyart
    scallyartabout 3 years ago

    Such a wonderful painting.

  • Thank you scallyart, I am glad you liked it…

    – MilindMulick

  • Sally Sargent
    Sally Sargentabout 3 years ago

    I so admire your very fresh approach to watercolor. I especially like your minimalist treatment…suggesting a shape or tree and allowing the viewer to complete the details. Beautiful work.

  • Many thanks Sally, yes, I try that way, you guessed it right, that’s the beauty of water colors, sometimes I succeed…. I would say details are best left incomplete. They are best used in photography. Its a process from abstraction to abstraction through suggestiveness of real forms. I think, most of performing arts are also based on this principle. I feel, even architecture is derived from abstraction. Thanks to you, all my admirers and divine….

    – MilindMulick

  • Glenn Marshall
    Glenn Marshallabout 3 years ago

    Simplicity – but not so simple to paint my friend. I love the freshness of your painting and the confident way you use the brush and wash to create such exquisitely elegant watercolours. Bravo!

  • Thank you Glenn for your comprehensive appreciation. I have to become bold enough to waste lot of paints and paper to do that. Sometimes, I succeed…. that’s all… Thanks once again….

    – MilindMulick

  • CaDra
    CaDraabout 3 years ago

    Nicely done, your watercolour painting shows great use of colour and detail

  • Thanks Carolyn… my emotional response to the scene makes me use it perhaps?

    – MilindMulick

  • Tash  Luedi Art
    Tash Luedi Artabout 3 years ago

    Lovely painting. There is something so inviting about this piece.

  • Thanks, Yes, you are absolutely right…

    – MilindMulick

  • ANNETTE HAGGER
    ANNETTE HAGGERabout 3 years ago

  • Thank you very much for selection ANNETTE twice in one week! Thanks again…

    – MilindMulick

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