Change in nature.
Cliffs and the Mediterranean Sea.
Cala Moraig is one of my favorite places for watercolor painting in Spain. The cove is located at the foot of the Cumbre del Sol mountain. In my opinion, it is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Costa Blanca. The cliffs and rocks have been sculpted by the force of the water. They bear the marks of time. In the background you can see the extraordinary rock formation called Fall del Moraig.
This series of watercolors is dedicated to four different states I captured while resting in the cove at different times of the day. In general, I am fascinated by the fact that everything in nature is characterized by constant movement and change. The colors, the lights and shadows on the cliffs, the waves and the sky change quite quickly. In contrast, the rocks represent slow change.
I like to use watercolor techniques to depict the change, the subtle colors of the Mediterranean coast and the enchantment of nature. My work is inspired by long hikes along the coast and in the mountains, but also by the bright sunlight that is omnipresent on the Costa Blanca in Spain.
Watercolor on paper. The original paintings are available. Feel free to take a look at the linked collections.