Marion Bolognesi:(much) more than just a portrait

I’ve already mentioned my weakness for watercolour painting when I was posting about Elena Romanova (https://acatastrophewaitress.wordpress.com/2013/05/22/elena-romanovas-colourful-world/).
Well, here it is again!
I fell in love with Marion Bolognesi’s works instantly. She has not only a great talent but also an incredible passion for painting which makes her works very expressive and unique. No wonder her works were exhibited all over the world and she was invited to collaborate with many other recognized artists.
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More about Marion –> http://www.marion-b.com/

Elena Romanova’s colourful world

I’ve always had a weakness for watercolours. It’s just amazing how much a good artist can do in just a few brush movements… and so can Elena Romanova. She studied painting at the University of Arts London and graduated with a First Class Honours Degree. Currently, she lives in Barcelona. She’s famous for a series of paintings depicting black silhouettes of a couple under a red umbrella. However, I’d like to show you her other series, namely the cityscapes. With just a few lines and colourful spots (and her great imagination, of course), she managed to illustrate some of the biggest and the most famous cities the world. Magical.
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So… can you name all the cities? 🙂