I happened to come across a travel blog that was written by Teresa Dominici who’s a self-taught artist. Teresa was born in Tanzania (East of Africa) and has had the pleasure of traveling around the world. Her blog contains beautiful paintings of her ongoing journey to the sights she’s visited. I was so impressed with her lovely paintings I thought why not share them here with our readers. After all, travel and art go hand-in-hand.
Portofino, Italian Riviera is a small Italian fishing village in Liguria which is located east of Genoa. If you’re lucky enough to sit at the top of the hill near the Botanic garden here’s what the view looks like.
And here’s Teresa’s version seen through her eyes and displayed in her paintings.
Bellagio, Italy – The pearl of Como is a beautiful little town located on the promontory where lake Como separates into two branches. The lakeside village with staircase streets is something that everyone should see, should you ever find yourself traveling to Italy.
Heres the historic and charming staircase town and lakeside view’s by Theresa Dominici
These are just a few paintings she created while visiting Italy.
If you visit her blog you’ll not only see many of her lovely paintings but you’ll learn about the culture, history, society, food, religion etc. in each place she visited.