A deep canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. This is the second picture of the Ikebana series I did with my girlfriend. The last one you can see here . She had this idea of taking selfies while pretending to be dead for some time now and I thought it would be cool to recreate that idea with some flowers. This place seemed perfect to take photos since it was so colorful and had a lot of variety in the rocks to use for different scenes.
This painting brings out the true beauty of nature, a flower arrangement that can be seen as a stairway to heaven. This type of flower arrangement is called “Kengai”, which means “hanging” in Japanese, and consists of hanging flowers from vines or branches.
A collection of artworks by Xu Bing Ikebana, besides the beauty of form and colour, is an art form that also conveys profound meaning through its forms and colours. The spirit of Ikebana comes from Buddhist churches in Japan, where it was created along with Zen Buddhism. It has evolved into a unique Japanese style that has been passed down…
Lake tahoe kings grade is a worthwhile spot to visit. It has a peaceful atmosphere and it’s surrounded by gorgeous nature. If you’ve decided to take the long road from Fresno to lake tahoe, then this place is worth visiting. At first I was just going there for taking pictures of flowers but I got fascinated by this place. It’s…
The painting’s light comes from the right side of center, so I block in the shadow on the left with a dark red. I start adding shadows to the background since it’s growing dark. The painting is done for today. I’ll work on highlights tomorrow. It’s already past noon by this time, but I’m still working away The hot air…