Watercolor landscapes by Nadezhda Bogomolova
Watercolor landscapes painting creates stunning pictures filled with the special inner light, unusually light and airy. It praises the beauty of nature, deep love, and respect for the world around us.
Nadezhda Bogomolova’s watercolor landscapes reflect the beauty and fullness of the surrounding world. They are elegant, thin, and transparent. At the same time, they are bright, intense, and sunny. Filled with the inner energy of the sun and the earth. Watercolor landscapes are amazing at any time of the year. They differ in utterly incredible colors – from tender spring leaves and babbling streams, hot summer sun rays and flowering meadows, and crimson-gold autumn foliage, to silvery winter landscapes with bitter frosts and snow-covered trees.
Spring watercolor landscapes
Spring watercolor landscapes created by Nadezhda Bogomolova are, first of all, about tenderness, the awakening of nature. This is a bright March blue bottomless sky, so blue that it seems as if there is no end to it. This is melting snow, the first thawed patches, cheerful spring streams. This is the singing of returned migratory birds.
Spring landscapes are the first sticky leaves that give such a beloved and long-awaited aroma of new life, new hopes. These are the first flowers – snowdrops and crocuses. Soft pink and lilac buds stretch towards the sun, opening their petal palms.
Spring landscapes are a riot and extravaganza of flowering plums, apple trees, cherries. It is warm May with its lilies of the valley, tulips, daffodils, and fragrant bunches of white acacia. The delicate fragrance of jasmine in the air. Festivities of couples in love under the moon, under the warm, gentle spring rain, under the nightingale trills.
All this different happiness of life, love, and tenderness is reflected in the unique watercolor landscapes created by Nadezhda Bogomolova.
Summer watercolor landscapes are primarily lush grass, dense foliage rustling in the wind. There are shades and coolness of weighty oaks. This is the hot sun of fields and meadows, a riot of bright summer colors. Fiery poppies, pale pink peonies, sunny yellow dandelions bloom. The meadows are colored blue for forget-me-nots and cornflowers, sunflowers. Summer is plentiful harvests of mushrooms and berries, ripe fruits, and vegetables.
Summer watercolor landscapes are a masterful play of light and shadows. Each tree, its crown, leaves, branches create a unique whimsical pattern of shadows.
Summer painting is, first of all, warm, juicy tones of green and yellow. The purest and brightest colors are used in summer landscapes.
Autumn watercolor landscapes
Watercolor landscapes of early autumn wonderfully reflect the fragrance of nature and a riot of colors. Gold leaves, like precious coins, ring in the wind, glittering in the sun with polished edges. Crimson, scarlet, ocher colors of golden autumn make landscapes bright, precious, and unforgettable.
The beauty of the golden autumn is replaced by rains and fogs. The riches of color and tone are gone. Watercolors masterfully convey the haze and moisture of the autumn air, filled with drizzling rains and the scent of fallen leaves. Glare and shadows are erased, the richness of halftones remains. Late autumn in painting is a variety of shades of gray—light sadness, calmness, comprehension of life, and summing up the results of the passing year.
Winter watercolor landscapes are white fluffy snow falling in large flakes, covering the ground with a thick carpet. Only in winter, you do realize how different the white color is. In the shade, it is blue or ultramarine; in the sun, it is gold and pink. And at sunset – even purple and scarlet. The rays of the setting winter sun seem to kindle a fire in the snow, creating a flames dance.
Winter landscapes are a Christmas fairy tale with trees, gifts and winter fun – sledding, skiing, rolling in the snow and making a snowman. These are dark starry Christmas nights with bright gold stars. If a star falls, you can make a wish, and it will definitely come true.
All these beautiful seasons with a variety of colors, tones, and textures, natural phenomena, and moods are lovingly reflected in the paintings of the beautiful watercolor artist Nadezhda Bogomolova.