Mount Saint Benedict, Trinidad & Tobago (Watercolor)

Posted: August 8, 2011 in 365 in 365 days, Architecture & Urban Sketches, Caribbean Architecture, Designs, Trinidad & Tobago, Watercolors
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Mount Saint Benedict, Trinidad

I am working on developing my water-coloring techniques and this is my sketch/ painting of Mount St. Benedict on the hills north of the UWI St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad.  The drive up the hills is quite amazing, with nail-biting twists and turns at times. I love the view to the site, but the view from the site is even more beautiful. The surroundings are lush, green, and quiet. I encourage you to visit, enjoy the vistas, then have a seat and listen to what quiet sounds like there… for me, quiet was the sound of leaves rustling and birds chirping. Previous post on Mt. Saint Benedict >>>

I dedicate this post to Gabi Campanario and Luis Padron who are two Urban Sketchers I admire immensely for their fantastic sketching abilities and water-coloring skills that seem so effortless. Thanks for the inspiration guys!

Abstract Architecture of the day:

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3.5″ x 5″ Strathmore Sketchbook, ink pens and Sharpies

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This work byVernelle Noel is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

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