Senglea Waterfront-Malta.

Senglea is a city of narrow streets and old and renovated buildings sitting on a promenade on the Grand Harbour. The rays of the sun creates a stunning pattern on the buildings and that's what I tried to depict. It's a tourist attraction as it has the old characteristic style of the days gone by. This painting is on Fabriano 300gsm and it's 53cm x38cm.

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Tony Bugeja

About Tony Bugeja

I was born and has grown up in Malta, a very small island in the Mediterranean Sea. I was always into drawing since I was young and continued to study and paint as much as I could. I work in oils, airbrush, computer generated imagery, but my preferred medium is water color. Throughout the years I have done many projects which have given me scope to enjoy doing art, amongst which are twenty four postage stamps for the Malta Post. My inspirations for the landscapes presented here comes from the strong color contrasts and shadows in which my country is so immersed in, enjoying so much sunshine and light the whole year round. My job as a graphic artist has also let me expand my work in digital illustration. Other things I also like doing are portraits and caricatures.