El Molino Palm, poured watercolor, 11×14″
We woke up on the third day of our visit to cloudy skies. It was a bit of a bummer but it did cool the day off enough to enjoy hiking up and down the hills of the village of Iznajar. It also allowed for us to catch up on all those paintings that we started. The above painting is another pour from the front of the resort.
Iznajar is a white village above this beautiful lake. Since Andalucia has received an unusual amount of rain this past year, the lake is the highest it has been in over 100 years.
At the top of the village is this 11th century church.
This is one of the courtyards in the village. It was eye candy to all us artists. I can’t wait to paint some of the photos I took of this place.
Leslie Lambert

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  • Anonymous says:

    Eye Candy is an understatement Leslie!

    This will be absolutely beautiful by the time you're finished with it. I look forward to seeing more of your photos!


  • Anonymous says:

    Inspiring landscapes and inspired paintings Leslie.
    Loved hearing about your journey and seeing the photos. Can't wait to see what else you choose to paint of Spain!