Toulouse France- a Beautiful City and a New Painting!

I’ve been enjoying wandering the streets of Toulouse and have a few shots to share with you…

Look at the beautiful light!

This one is screaming to be painted!

Here is a shot I liked a lot.  The light is not so good, but even a so-so photo can make a fun painting. 
Watch how it happens…

I did a little pen sketch…for this one I used a staedtler sepia permanent marker which I like a lot..

Once the drawing was complete, then I put a 
little watercolor on it

As we say here in France, “Voila!”  
I just love painting where I am visiting…
Pen and wash- If you haven’t tried it, what are you waiting for?
Tomorrow…Albi and the Toulouse LeTrec Museum.  I’ll need to figure out how to get out of the parking structure, drive there, and find my way.  I have a TomTom GPS- so I’m pretty confident I can get there.  Wish me luck!

Let me hear from you! I read every comment and it means a lot to know you are out there reading along with me.

Rebecca Zdybel
Artist, Instructor, Art-Travel Instructor
Art Lessons in all media
Myrtle Beach, SC
rebecca@artmyrtlebeach.com

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Join the discussion 2 Comments

  • Keith says:

    Your camera is working overtime! LOVE that shot of the building bathed in bright yellow sunlight!!!

  • rzdybel says:

    I know right?!?! I loved the light that evening and in the end…with paintings or with photos…it's all about the light isn't it?