Beads and Scarf
Living in Ecuador provides an endless amount of opportunities to admire the many people that live here. Yes, some of those faces are happy, some are thoughtful and so on. I love all of the expressions and emotions that people display on their faces. Ecuador is also one of those countries that embraces heritage and culture. It is often that I see people still in "costume" from their towns or provinces moving about working, visiting and milling about in their everyday lifes. I love that they still happily and proudly do this.
I was outside the church in Baños de Agua Santa, Tungurahua, Ecuador where I saw her amazing and beautiful face. Her face makes me wonder: where she has been, what she is thinking about, and whom she loves. Her face tells many stories, all of which are private, but in someways still transparent.
This painting is on A3 Derwent water colour paper for water colour pencils, and Winsor and Newton water colour markers, Letraset Aqua markers, black Rotring drawing ink (fountain pen) and Unibal signo white gel pen.
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