Maja Wronska's Beautiful Watercolor Cityscapes


New York City




Maja Wronska, an architecture student Poland, paints striking watercolor images of cities around the world. I especially like the depiction of Brussels, which shows a nice contrast between sharp forms at the top with vague ones at the bottom offset by the bright red umbrellas.

In an interview about her work, Wronska described how her architectural studies inspired her art:

My drawings are strictly connected with the architecture so, for sure, architecture is my inspiration. I started to draw ‘seriously’ during the drawing course on my studies. It was the way I spent my weekends and evenings at high school. When I started to study I gave drawing a miss. Then I realized that I had missed it very much. 

You can view more of her work here.

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