When my wife and I traveled back to Sevilla for our 10 year anniversary, I almost cried when we got to the Sevilla Santa Justa train station and were riding up the escalators to walk out into the city. I hadn’t been there for 10 years! It was an amazing moment.
When you’re commuting on a daily basis for work reasons, the bus, train, subway, or whatever other mode of transportation that you take, becomes monotonous. But if you take a few years away and return to it for a visit, it can be magical.
For this painting, I took a little artistic license in my interpretation of the image, what with the colors, the sign that says “Sevilla Santa Justa”, and the Spanish/Moorish tile design across the train.
Painted on 9″ x 12″ archival watercolor paper.