Tuesday, 5 May 2009

Ronda, Costa del Sol, Spain

At last some time to spend to create a couple of ACEOs based on photographs I took whilst on vacation in Spain recently.

By car we travelled for about an hour up into the mountains until we came to a town/village called Ronda which boasted some amazing views.  After looking at a couple of photographs that I took whilst visiting I was prompted to interpret them in the encaustic medium.  Here are the results!

image which became this image!







Just before the incredible bridge straddling the gorge we walked along some steep cliffs which afforded us some amazing views down the valley.


This image in turn became this painting for me.






It is always interesting to see how an artist views their own image in their minds.



Thorne said...

This is one of those strange synchronicitous moments that I should be used to by now. Just today I picked up a book on this Encaustics and was instantly enthralled with the medium. Then I come home and do some dropping and here you are. VERY cool!

storybeader said...

great looking - nice you're able to take your medium on vacation! Are these the cards? A fantastic idea - small and affordable size!

Rose said...

Great cards, you've caught the essence of each place!

Gregorio said...

Being born in Southern Spain myself I can appreciate your visions and enthusiasm.There is so much to be inspired by.These are wonderful paintings.

Rose Works Jewelry said...

Those are gorgeous! I'm sooo jealous that you got to go to Spain!

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