This is the Plaza del Conde de Barajas la Plaza de los Pintores. There are 39 artists who show their work every Sunday from 10-2. I have a little stand there too. As of October I have a permanent stand where I show my art too. I’m really happy about it.
My stand at Plaza de los Pintores
Here is a snapshop of a friend and I at my little stand of watercolors.
Oil paintings, Prints and Watercolors
I’m really happy to have a little space to show my art whether it be watercolor, print or oil paintings.
I’m going to show some watercolors this Sunday. This watercolor is part of a series called My Favorite Bottles.
Click here on these Links below to see how to get to the Plaza de los Pintores.
Esta fuente española situada en el parque del Retiro de Madrid España se llama Fuente del Faunito. Recuerdo este día perfectamente bien. El jardín estaba lleno de rosas y había visitantes por todos lados, caminando y tomando fotos. El jardín de rosas solía estar abierto a todas horas. Solía ir temprano en la mañana cuando no había nadie alrededor. Ahora tiene una hora de apertura y una de cierre, por lo que es difícil pintar aquí ahora.
Fuente del Faunito Rose Garden 2015
This Spanish fountain located in the Retiro park of Madrid Spain is called Fuente del Faunito. I remember this day perfectly well. The garden was full of roses and there were visitors everywhere, walking around and taking pictures. The rose garden used to be open at all hours. I used to go early in the morning when there wasn’t anybody around. Now it has an opening and closing hour, so it’s hard to paint here now.
California Wild Flowers 2014 Watercolor on Arches 300 gsm 16.5×12 cm “6.4×4.7”
The last time I was in California, I got a sack of wild flower seeds and planted them on my terrace. It took a couple of months and these dainty little yellow, blue, pink, violet and white flowers all started blooming at once. I like to paint them.