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Rush Hour- George st., Sydney by Paulina Kazarinov

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Sketch markers on sketch paper, A4
A quick plein air sketch
I am so passionate about this City! I truly love everything about it. The contrasts in architecture, diversity, even it’s traffic :) colors and sounds. This time I had 3 hours just to wander around, doing some sketching and painting, absorbing it’s energy. There is nothing compared to work on location!

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Life can be magical, sophisticated, colorful, dreamy, amazing, happy if we let our heart and soul guide us and if we let our eyes see all the beauty.
Hope you enjoy my works as much as I enjoyed creating them :)

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  • James Lewis Hamilton
    James Lewis Ha...over 3 years ago

    I too, find it true… that plein air sketching allows one to enter into the detail… the fabrics… the energies of a place. Lovely fast sketch… like the ‘touch of yellow’ tree… and the ability to even control traffic… choosing the color of traffic lights! DO you draw standing up… or do you find a seat???

    ;-)))

  • James thank you for commenting! You are right and I’m very happy that you feel the same about plein air sketching! Even people that pass by and look at your work, ask questions….everything affects it! :) you’ve noticed the traffic lights…:)
    I prefer to seat if I can find a place if it’s impossible than I would draw standing up unless I work with easel, than I work standing up mostly. What about you?

    – Paulina Kazarinov

  • LudaNayvelt
    LudaNayveltover 3 years ago

    molodec, klasnenko

  • Thank you so much my dear! :)

    – Paulina Kazarinov

  • davvi
    davviover 3 years ago

    good spring time.

  • Thank you very much for commenting! Oh yes it is! :)

    – Paulina Kazarinov

  • Yuri Lev
    Yuri Levover 3 years ago

    I love this style Paulina, abstract, vibrant, yet just enough of the literal. Your use of yellow and black tells me that the scene is springtime, it’s not quite warm and it even may be raining. There is much movement and life in the city. There is a delicateness to your touch. My goodness, even the traffic light is yellow! :-)

  • Thank you Yuri for commenting! I’m happy to see you commenting! I can’t believe you have noticed all that in this sketch! Yes, it was a bit cold and it WAS raining! :)
    I think my presence in this cafe significantly improved their sales on that day :)
    :) happy you said that about traffic lights

    – Paulina Kazarinov

  • RajeevKashyap
    RajeevKashyapover 3 years ago

    Fantastic Work Dear!

  • thank you very much for commenting! :)

    – Paulina Kazarinov

  • LisaBeth
    LisaBethover 3 years ago

    special..light and airy..story telling too:)

  • Thank you so much dear!!!! :)

    – Paulina Kazarinov

  • Aase
    Aaseover 3 years ago

    Wonderful work and painting Paulina:-)

  • Thank you so much dear Aase!!!!

    – Paulina Kazarinov

  • paulramnora
    paulramnoraover 2 years ago

    Street scenes so difficult for me to do; all those hundreds of people/tons of trees/endless buildings, and, buildings…buildings that seem to go on and on, forevermore, high up into the sky…! Frankly, I just look, once; and, then, quit; it’s all too much for me to even merely ‘think’ about drawing it. What I do very deeply admire the most about your work; is you had the guts to actually have a go; and, I’m sure, you must too have enormous patience. Interesting work; especially, the splendid burst of colour which is set off against the background monotone. ;-)

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