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Mexican Colors-
I just came back from a vacation in Mexico. I saw colors along with beautiful vast ocean, open blue sky, comfortable warm weather so you can wear very little and love the embrace of wind. Below are few photos of the tourist street in Mazatlan. The store facades are painted with various colors. They do not seem to be designed by designers. Still, they have their identity and of course people even looked beautiful within those colors.

Colors of Mexico

The colors play vital role in psychological and emotional level of people. I could not stop noticing bright colors. I got very inspired by these colors and decided to come up with a series of paintings which are the study of juxtapositions of various colors. My idea is to create three digital paintings representing similar or the same theme but contain different colors. Together they must have some balance. So attached is the first series. They are 12”x12” in size. I am going to frame them on wooden board and make them as wall art pieces. The fires series was inspired by colors. However, I am not that much daring to use those colors but I derived my colors from the two paintings I bought in Mexico. The artist on the street used very unique and innovative process to create them. We were mesmerized by the process and my both children in the trance pushed me to purchase them. For details on that go to http://creativearchigirl.blogspot.com/

  1. October 30, 2010 at 7:33 pm

    wall arts are nice addtion to a great home too. my kids love to see wall arts .

  2. February 6, 2011 at 7:56 pm

    ‘;* that seems to be a great topic, i really love it `*;

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