Thursday, February 27, 2014

"Guilin Pink Parasol" by Beth Bathe

"Guilin Pink Parasol", 6 x 8, oil on panel
This past September I had the privilege of traveling to China with artist Qiang Huang.
While visiting the city of Guilin, we noticed how many of the people on the street shielded the sun with bright colored umbrellas. The street was a type of stone which looked wet and picked up all the fantastic colorful reflections! I have so many wonderful photos and memories, and look forward to many new paintings.

5 comments:

Cecelia Lyden said...

So nice-figure, reflections-wonderful painting.

Mary Beth Brath said...

I look forward to seeing more of your paintings. It must have been a wonderful trip.

Charlotte Yealey said...

To me she looked like she just stepped out of a shop in the light rain with water on the streets. Great painting!

Sue Marrazzo said...

The color harmony is perfect!

Tatiana Myers said...

Fantastic small work, Beth! Like all about it - brushwork, color accents, composition... Bravo!