Sunday, August 8, 2010

lu cha:绿茶

I was interested in the sun peeping through the trees and the distant fog.  The tea gardens are a breathtaking sight filled with so much of life.   The tea gardens in the valley could have been a shade darker. Lu Cha is the chinese word for green tea! Water Colour on paper 29 X21inch.

8 comments:

meera said...

Wonderful tour of your world through your paintings! Thanking for stopping by my blog :)

padmaja said...

味道好极了

That is "tastes great!" in Chinese :-)I like your details painstakingly done, nice!

AK said...

The background mist in the valley is amazing and the details in the foreground are brilliant. Great depth Sir.

Arti said...

Wow, its big!I would never have dared to paint tea-leaves --too much detail!But you did it quite well, Anand.
And thanks a lot for your nice comments on my artwork.

Vinayak said...

Beautiful Painting Anand and thanks for the nice comments too. Best wishes.

Sparrowhawk said...

Thanks for taking time to stop by and pen down your wonderful comments!
Padmaja- 谢谢您。 您的汉语是多采!

Reyes Rodriguez Vicent said...

Gracias por visitar mi blog.Creo que compartimos la pasión por la Pintura de Paisaje y la Naturaleza. Sin duda es un Gran Tema...
Saludos. R. Vicent

Liana Yarckin said...

I have never seen fields of tea leaves. You have a nice painting style.

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