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Elizabeth City Paintings by NC Fine Artist

13 Jun 2016 / in Alla Prima, Oil, Plein Air, Seascape, Watercolor

Elizabeth City Paintings by NC Fine Artist My Elizabeth City paintings from last year. Painted plein air for the Splash paint out. “Safe Harbor” won third place. “White House” and “Mariner’s Wharf” currently available with Arts of the Albemarle. Other two paintings were sold and are available as prints. This was my first time visiting […]

Egg Tempera Painting “Flow” by Raleigh Fine Artist

01 Jun 2016 / in Egg Tempera, Interior, Still life

Egg Tempera Painting “Flow” by Raleigh Fine Artist                   I have been interested in Egg Tempera paintings ever since I saw Andrew Wyeth‘s Egg Tempera paintings in his Autobiography. North Carolina Museum of Art has 3 Wyeth tempera paintings. I often visit there to admire Wyeth art in […]

Raleigh Watercolor paintings by NC Fine artist

Raleigh Watercolor Paintings My latest studio watercolor paintings of Raleigh. I have aimed to capture seasons and light in my paintings. I wanted to paint the “Mami Nora‘s” smoke against the early spring background. I also like Mami Nora’s delicious food and colorful building. “Railroad to Raleigh” is a view from the Boylan Bridge. From […]

Staying connected with my art

28 Nov 2014 / in Event

I hope you are having an amazing Holiday season! If you keep up with my art (thank you!), you may have noticed that I have been painting more and more. I have done number of watercolors (and some oils) in studio and plein air. Not to mention the sketches which I normally do not  publish […]

Winner announced for my first print giveaway!!!!

THE WINNER IS ANNOUNCED!!!! Amanda Baxley of Raleigh has won the first giveaway from Tesh Parekh, Artist It is funny how the winner of this painting came today to pick up her print ~ the FIRST day of the NC State Fair.  She loves the fair, always has and when she saw this painting for […]

Happy Birthday to my son Ian!

12 May 2014 / in Alla Prima, Painting, Watercolor

I painted Ian last night as he turned six . I frequently sketch him but painting him is a challenge! He keeps moving even in his sleep… – Tesh Parekh Fine Artist and Live Wedding Painter

Raleigh Fine Artist – New Bern Morning watercolor painting

New Bern Morning. 11x21. Watercolor on paper.
11 Apr 2013 / in Cityscape, Landscape, Painting, Watercolor

Last year I had painted this en plein air. It was just fabulous! This is the studio version. My second painting for Visual Art Exchange’s annual Scope exhibition. Loved painting this in the studio as well. I look forward to Local Color Raleigh’s annual Paint Out this Saturday! I could not participate last couple of […]

Raleigh Fine Artist – Easter Mist Over Raleigh watercolor painting

Easter mist over Raleigh. 11x21. Watercolor on paper.
11 Apr 2013 / in Cityscape, Landscape, Painting, Watercolor

I love painting cityscapes. The aerial view of Raleigh is one of my favorites to paint. I saw this view on Easter. It had been raining and was misty. I painted this in my studio. This is one of the two paintings I plan to enter into Visual Art Exchange’s annual Scope exhibition. The painting […]

Raleigh Plein Air Artist – Sunday Antique Market

Sunday Antique Market. 12x16. Watercolor on paper.

Finally the spring has arrived in Raleigh! That means more plein air painting! I love cold weather too. But, I get busy during winter time and rarely get to go out and paint. Most of my work in winter is done in studio and at night. April is also the start of wedding painting season for […]

Watercolor painting of UNC Bell Tower – en plein air in Chapel Hill by Raleigh Fine Artist

UNC Bell Tower. Plein air. Watercolor. 14x21. Artist - Tesh Parekh

On a recent trip to Chapel Hill, I saw this beautiful evening view of the UNC Bell Tower. I always carry my watercolors with me and really wanted to sit down to paint! However, finding parking was a challenge! And outdoor light does not last while you are driving around to find parking. I got […]

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