Over the holidays, my mom and I were chatting about our trip last summer down the Danube, and we couldn’t remember the name of one of the towns we’d visited. When I got home, I looked it up, and realized that there were several photos I’d taken with the intent of turning them into paintings. So, instead of doing more important work today, I sat down and broke out the watercolors to play a little more. I’ll post the sketches over the next couple of days.
At night, Budapest lights up the city and it’s gorgeous. Gor-geous. It was our last night of the trip, and we road up and down the Danube on the riverboat, taking picture after picture and wishing we didn’t have to go home the next day.
Budapest 6″ x 8″ watercolor on paper
Prints available here.