Florida Keys – Travel Watercolors And More

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Florida Keys Islamorada sailboats shore
Last week I had another adventure of my life, traveling along the shore of Florida Keys with my friends. Amazing trip and unforgettable scenery. It was certainly a paradise for an artist’s eye. I had an opportunity to paint a few watercolors there and brought tons of memorable photos that one day can transform into paintings.
Above seascape watercolor painting is from  Islamorada little town. Translating from Spanish, Islamorada is a Purple Island. When looking at the clouds’ color in the distance I understood why they named this beautiful place after one of my favorite hues. The scene was so serene, so lovely, that I couldn’t not to paint it.

We also visited a larger town of Florida Keys, the city of Marathon. Besides fishing, diving, and sailing, it has a big tourists’ attraction, beautiful Faro Blanco Lighthouse that proudly stands in the marina of Hyatt Hotel right next to the Palm Island:
watercolor seascape
Another gorgeous place that I’ve visited was John Pennekamp State Park:

This, from the first glance, peaceful place showed us its habitat pretty quickly. I was amazed how much wild life Florida Keys have and how close you can get to meet the “residents” who in return don’t even care about tourists taking the pictures:

Florida Keys
Amazing trip! True discovery of Florida Keys beauty and hidden secrets! 

Cheers from

   

Discovery

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“She was picking the flowers and even did not noticed how she reached the ocean. The weather changed rapidly from the sunshine to a stormy warning; but the great discovery was far more interesting than hiding from a possible rain…!” ………………………………………………………………………………………….That how I would start the book if I was an author; but I am the artist and a conductor of this painting. My client had an old picture hanging oh the wall for years. The picture was of the girl standing on the beach looking at the ocean. The colors fainted and the whole scene was barely seen. The owner asked me to recreate the painting and I’ve gotten permission to add whatever I feel that needs to be added. I was very excited to have this opportunity. I was sure that this girl could really have a great story to tell us. But how to tell the story without any words? In my Visual Art World it is easy! I’ve added several symbols to make the painting speak up. I’ve added daisies to the girl’s bucket, I’ve added birds as the symbol of freedom, and I’ve added a boat (the one that is barely seen yet that what kept the girl standing in excitement. Those full wind sails and the weather that what helped the ocean to look so dramatic)… But here is another little addition that I’ve added. The girl doesn’t know about it yet; but a few seconds later she will see it and I am sure it will make her very happy.. Can you see what it is?..

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The Discovery is way ahead!
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18″x 20″ Watercolor on 140 lb Cold Press Arches

This painting Girl And The Ocean became my best Bestseller

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