Maja Wrońska's Watercolor Cityscape Art Puts You in a Dreamy

By: Katie Pagnotta - Published: Dec 8, 2012 • References: takmaj.deviantart & twistedsifter
Polish artist Maja Wrońska's watercolor cityscapes are vivid renditions of famous monuments.

Wrońska grew up around her architect mother and her influence is apparent in her work. Her series of majestic watercolor shots are beautiful and capture the essence of the landmarks she attempts to reproduce. She is a young talent on the rise and new works will continue to be produced. Stunning pieces she has manifested include her interpretation of the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City. It is done in a darker palette and features tons of intricate line work and she uses cross-hatching and a grid-like formation to create depth. Her works are absolutely astonishing.

Maja Wrońska's watercolor cityscapes are an indication of her talent and a preview of the art that is to come. Stats for Wordly Architectual Watercolors Trending: Older & Warm
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