I have planned to work on a series of posts on the small places that I travel. Talking about the inspiration from each place. The first post in the category traveldiaries is about a recent 3 day trip at Hampi.
I had been a part of a water color workshop that was conducted by the well known Water-colorist: Milind Mullick. We were a group of about 45 artists who took part in the water color workshop that was organised at Hampi. Here’s what I could bring back from my 3 day visit.
Hampi is a beautiful temple town which has been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The place boast of beautiful stone structures, sculptures and landscapes. Hampi is more of a paradise for art lovers and photographers. We visited the famous Vittala temple, Elephant stables, Lotus Mahal, Hazara Rama Temple and the Virupaksha temple that stands majestically on the b anks of the Tungabhadra river. The event was more about selecting locations, sketching and painting the lanscapes and stuctures on paper.
Here’s a gallery to the other pics..
with the master 🙂
There is more to come from the inspiration gathered at Hampi 🙂
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