Watercolor + Architecture

TheeBlog-MajaWronska Well, we all survived Basel :) And even though Art Basel Miami is starting to get a little… repetitive (Yes, I said it!) with neon signs, dripping paint and obscene paintings, you could still find amazing work that would not only hypnotize you but make you think and question everything. While browsing the web this past weekend, I found the stunning work of a Polish artists named Maja WroĊ„ska that did just that for me. Maja’s work combines impressive detailed architectural drawings with beautiful colors and an enviable watercolor technique. Check out some of my favorite pieces and visit her DeviantART portfolio for more…

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One comment
  1. great work! I have seen some great art sold on the streets in many countries, particularly in the touristy areas. I recently went to Prague and snagged up a few, regretting I didn’t buy more… there are so many talented folks out there, but I agree, her work is nice!

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