3 months ago 3 months agoAnthony Bourdain, Me, Watercolor, 2020 by Bayley Park 31587views anthony bourdain, beginner watercolor painting tutorial, image, painting tutorial watercolor, step by step watercolor painting, urban sketching watercolor, watercolor, watercolor painting for beginners, watercolor painting scenery, watercolor painting techniques, watercolor portrait painting demonstration, watercolor portrait painting easy, watercolor portrait painting exercise., watercolor portrait painting for beginners, watercolor portrait painting timelapse, watercolor portrait painting tutorialLike it? Share with your friends! 291 Facebook Twitter291 points 31 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. That is some real watercolour skill, Onewordpoet.ReplyI’m not generally a fan of portraits, but this one is great. I’m also biased because he’s my idol. Exceptional work!ReplyWhat a fantastic painting! Anthony is still on my mind.ReplyThis is a sensation I adore.ReplyWatercolor is my favourite medium, and you did a fantastic job with it!ReplyThat heartbreak caught me off guard, and I wasn’t prepared for it.ReplyWe have so many end caps of sanitizer clearanced out it’s not funny.Can’t get rid of hand sanitizer, but wipes from the chemical aisle cannot keep those shelves stocked.ReplyMany men go through life in a state of quiet despair. Don’t put off seeking help until it’s too late.ReplyThis is incredible work. Watercolor portraits are difficult to get just right, and you’ve nailed it. The palette is one of my favourites. More!!ReplyAnthony Bourdain’s Unknown PaintingsReplyBeautiful portrait that brings out Anthony Bourdain’s personality for all of us to see and admire.ReplyDamn. I was triggered by your photo.That dude is someone I miss.Sad.Great work of art.ReplyThis strikes a chord with me. I can feel his anguish and hardships when I look at this, and I’ll never forget his charm and insights. He was a living legend.ReplyTo comment on this topic, I created a Reddit account. The work is very stunning.Things like this make me realize that humanity isn’t utterly doomed. Thank you so much for taking the time to share this information.ReplyIt appears to be Jeremy Clarkson.ReplyGorgeous. You have a wonderful talent for capturing people, and you did a fantastic job with him.ReplyI created a Reddit account solely for the purpose of leaving a comment on this topic. Work that is very stunning.Things like this serve as a reminder that humanity isn’t utterly doomed. Thank you very much for providing this information.ReplyJeffrey Epstein appears to be the culprit.ReplyWhy would you lie about something that isn’t your content?ReplyI still miss him terribly.ReplyI’m about to complete Kitchen Confidential. There’s a passage when he talks about someone else’s suicide, and it tears your heart to know what happened to him.ReplyYou did an excellent job of portraying and projecting his anguish. I’ve seen a lot of people try to imitate his TV persona. This appears to be more like him.ReplyThis is a stunning piece! After finishing No Reservations, I’ve been rewatching Parts Unknown, and this photo reminded me of my favorite statement from him: “Perhaps knowing that there is no final resting place for the mind, no moment of smug clarity, is enough enlightenment. Perhaps knowledge is seeing how insignificant and foolish I am, and how far I still have to go.”ReplyIt’s one thing to capture his likeness so well. To do so with water color takes it to a whole other level. But holy crap, capturing the emotive look here.I’m taken aback. Excellent work.ReplyI never imagined I could miss a celebrity as much as I do this man. I’ve felt that agony, and I wish I could have done anything to help.ReplyThis appeals to me. He was a fan of In & Out Burger. In & Out Burger was a hit with me. It was enjoyable for both of us. He passed away. I switched to a vegetarian diet. We no longer appreciate In & Out Burger.ReplyThis is one of the most beautiful watercolors I’ve ever seen. Bourdain was one of my favorite chefs. Excellent work.ReplyCan I inquire as to why so many people adore him? Apart from his trip show, I don’t know anything about him. People love him as if he were a musician.ReplyI’m getting choked up just looking at this.ReplyThis is where the artisans sell their wares. We have portraits of Anthony Bourdain and David Bowie.ReplyOh, I’m missing this guy I’ve never met.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Bayley Park Web evangelist. Typical writer. Beer fanatic. Unapologetic twitter enthusiast. Internet guru. Coffee scholar. Hardcore pop culture buff.